Αγγελος mentioned that words in which μ is followed by an "i" sound that has lost its syllabic value, such as μια, have an "ν" sound after the "μ." Assuming I understood him correctly, that would mean that μια should sound like mnya. However, I find it difficult to pronounce the word that way. Pronouncing it mya is so much easier. Is it wrong to say it that way, or is the "ν" sound so subtle that you can hardly hear it anyway?