The voice doesn't pronounce the "k" in "banyak". Is this how people usually pronounce it?
It is pronounced for both banyak and tidak, but very softly.
I was wondering that too.
In fact, in every word ending with k, they don't pronounce the k well (tidak, banyak). Did this creep into the audio by mistake or on purpose?
No, we pronounce it with the "K"
Is there a silant k rule?
I noticed the same with the k in tidak
Many thanks isnt appropriate?