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Once again, if you can say "two years" in English, and you can, then you already know how to say TUJ. You need only stop before saying the "ears".  The sound may not exist in a single English word but it occurs across word boundaries whenever "two" is followed by a word that begins with consonant 'y', therefore you are quite able to pronounce it. Since this explanation requires no knowledge of any sound outside your native language, there's nothing difficult to understand about it. 

Todd