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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Tuesday at 05:52 PM
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Hi Heidi,


Sometimes it will be much simpler if you think in an English fashion.


Take an imaginary word "gurk" which combines the former half of girl + the latter half of lurk. Except that you don't need to pronounce the /-k/ in the end. Similarly, the English word "jerk" resembles a Cantonese word "zoek3 ่‘—" which means "to wear".


Another way is to think of burping. But the air is not coming out of throat but from your mouth. Basically when we speak Cantonese, our pronunciation always creates resonation within the mouth instead of throat.


Let me know how it works for you! ๐Ÿ˜„


Arnold

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Heidi
Tuesday at 11:56 AM
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It's so difficult to pronouce ่„š.How can I pronouce the word correctly?

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Saturday at 05:52 PM
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Hello Elliott,


Thanks for your comment.


More learning material about the body parts too. Hope you find it useful.


All Parts of the Body

https://www.cantoneseclass101.com/lesson/learn-with-pictures-and-video-s3-5-all-parts-of-the-body/


Siuling

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Elliott
Friday at 01:20 AM
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ni hao san tai bou wai

(Hello parts of my body)

Idk if that is a sentence I will ever use in Hong Kong, but hey, it's worth trying ???????