"Indonesian Pronunciation" tag

Letter H

When /h/ appears at the end of a syllable in Indonesian it is very lightly, but audibly, breathed. rumah putih teh sekolah lebih setengah murah kuliah The /h/ sound is, in fact, always…

Letter R

In Indonesia, most people (but by no means all people) trill or roll the consonant /r/. Some English-speaking learners find this hard to do, but if you can succeed in doing it your…

Letter P

In the speech of most native-speakers of English, the /p/ sound, like /t/, is heavily aspirated, that is, in most sentence environments it is pronounced with a puff of air. If you listen…

Letter T

In the speech of most native-speakers of English, the /t/ sound is heavily aspirated. What this means is, in most sentence environments it is pronounced with an audible hiss or spit of air….

Letter C

Letter C For the most part the spelling of Indonesian is regular and fairly faithfully follows the sounds of the language. But there is one letter in Indonesian that represents a different sound…

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