Why the "a" sound in yağ is not similar to the "a" sound in "tamam"?
In my turkish study book it learn me that it made the 'a' sound longer. 'Ğ' makes dull vowels (a, u, ı, o) sound longer, with clear vowels (e, i, ü, ö) 'ğ' sound like a 'j' (like in 'değil')
The ğ is not pronounced. It lengthens the sound of letters before and after it. Ağa, ağır, ağıyla
what is ğ? (in comparison to g?)
I'm far tok be expert but İ think we pronounce the g but not the ğ
It is a light letter. It is like the g, but it is light and it may not be pronounced correctly. try to hear on google