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Last edited by DontBanMe; 16-Sep-2011 at 13:52.
With three days to go, it does not matter a great deal whether you produce a clear 'l' as in 'lord' or a dark 'l' as in 'all'. Some dialects use the two forms in different places anyway.
Is the dark l sound same as the light l sound? Is it pronounced /le/ as well?
You know, when I say the word like all, title, bottle, it sounds kind of like the /OU/ sound as in bow.
Can you briefly explain how you make the dark l sound as in 'all'?
Last edited by DontBanMe; 15-Sep-2011 at 11:10.
By the way, sorry for being harsh. You're actually quite a good teacher but you're too fussy or paranoid about something like thinking someone else is wasting your time. For your information, I've got many assignments to do.- -.BLEH! Anyway, dont worry. This is surely my last thread in this forum. Thank you for your explanation (even though I find it is not REALLY useful. Have a nice day! Goodnight! hehe
I am going to keep my promise.