Re: Pronouncing ~n~ before j or other consonants
- Hello James and Nina
> If you get the tongue in the right place for dental t/d, then a bitfurther back for c/j, and further back still for the subdotted .t/.d,
pronounce the preceding n/~n/.n at that same spot and it will come out
>Thank you James. I'm an English as a Second Language teacher by
> Hope this helps,
profession, so your thorough explanation was crystal clear to me.
Thanks also Nina. That site is very helpful for isolating sounds.
BTW, I mentionned that my links to that Dhammapada in Pali and
English with full grammar notes (and individual word and full sentence
pronunciation clips) were dead, but for some reason when I access
through ATI they work. Good news for me. That is a super study aid.