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Heya! This is more of a request for an evalution of my pronunciation than a question itself, I hope that's okay.

I trained the /y/ phoneme for a bit, and I believe I made some progress that's worth sharing with you guys.

Without further ado, here it goes:

PS: Right now when I'm writing this, the audio seems to be missing from the post, I expect it to be added later. In case it doesn't, please, let me know.

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JoaozinPS: Right now when I'm writing this, the audio seems to be missing from the post, I expect it to be added later. In case it doesn't, please, let me know.

It looks like you posted this a while ago, but I still don't see any audio attached to the post.

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It's not /y/. It's /j/. (If you're using IPA.)

CJ

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This is certainly weird. I tried to attach an audio file to a reply to the original post, but that also didn't work, so I deleted it. I'm also adding another audio file to this reply, in hope that it will work. If it doesn't, it might be a problem on the website itself. The audio tag is, in fact, added to the post, but it seems to be malfunctioning.

If you can't get it to work, you could try posting the audio clip to some other place where we can access it.

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