Greek language

Pronunciation

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I am truly amazed by children’s brains which can recognize and enable correct pronunciation of different sounds.

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2 thoughts on “Pronunciation

  1. I’m curious about the difference you talk about in “γκα” and “が”. I’ve been studying Japanese for a few months (native Greek living in Greece) and I’d say the sounds are almost 100% identical. Found your blog by chance and really enjoyed reading through all of it so I hope you’ll keep updating. (also tried reading your Japanese one and even though I can read most of the 漢字 I’m having trouble understanding the sentences so i’ll make sure to revisit it!)

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