"Dydd Mawrth, Dydd Llun"

Translation:Tuesday, Monday

January 27, 2016



How do you pronounce "ll" from llun ? Like an "h" from "hat" and "l" from low spelled together?

January 27, 2016


The best way to replicate it would be to start making the sound of an 'l' and instead of vocalizing it, breathe out. At least, thats the best I can do...

January 27, 2016


Thank you, I also read that "with the mouth in the position of L and try to make a SH sound"... Guess that's gonna take me quite a while to master lol

January 27, 2016


how accurate is the voice in the recordings?

April 28, 2016


Pretty accurate, I would say

May 4, 2016


The easiest way I can describe it is to say it's a lateral lisp - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpKZVXpvuV0

February 1, 2016


Check out this video for LL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5U4giTCN1L0

February 3, 2016


Why this sentence is pronounced "Div maaur, div fin" ?

February 12, 2016


It's not. It's dith (as in /this/) maurth (mau as in the general, th as in /this/). In 'llun' to make the 'll' noise, place your tongue where you would to make a regular 'L' and then breathe out around your tongue instead of vocalising (making your vocal cords vibrate like you do for L)

February 17, 2016
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