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Romanized, the character for "and" is "he", however it is not pronounced this way. It is really hard to explain how to pronounce Chinese words because there are many sounds that exist in Chinese but not in English, but I'll try.
In chinese, it sounds like "Huh!" Open your mouth and breath through it. Sigh audibly. While sighing, raise your pitch like when you are asking a question (like when you say "Really?").
It should sound right. I tried it, but being Chinese, I might be a little biased on the sound.  
do you mean how to say "and" this word in chinese? In Chinese we say it 和(he2).
you can say "he2" 和 and also "hai2 you3" 还有 no big difference but he is used more often

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Just to add, you can also use 'gan' to say 'and', it is pretty much interchangeable with 'he'.
And 'he' is not so difficult to pronounce. It sounds like the English word 'her' but the 'h' is pronounced a little like you are clearing your throat.
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