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    Smile 'ed' sound in the word 'bathed'

    How does bathed sound? [beiğd] is it right?
    If it is right, I think it's very difficult to sound ğ and d in a row.
    Which one sounds clear ğ or d?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: 'ed' sound in the word 'bathed'

    You're right, but we can say them both clearly, though it takes lots of practice. At the end, my tongue tip goes from teeth to hard palate very rapidly.

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