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Can any of the Dutch/German/Belgian/Swiss/Person Who Speaks Dutch or German, give me some tips on how to produce the "G" in your language? I'm currently learning Dutch, and I'm having some trouble! Thanks. Example Word: "graag"
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Indeed, it does come from the back of the throat. Like your example "eigen" then the G comes out with more air then when it starts with a g. Kinda hard to explain as i have never thought this much in depth on how it sounds like.
Misha already explained the difference with the german sound of it, so yes indeed it sounds way different then the dutch G.
google translater, use the voice over options, as it has accents
I know exactly, how it sounds Ben. I just don't know how ro produce it myself. I guess, I'll just have to keep practicing. Thanks, everyone!