Hardest Sounds In LanguagesAsianBlood For any language.
Also I am making this list on phone so only have some letters, for clarifications:
Háček=that arrow thing over č
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The s is very hard in Arabic because its like 's' but with the back of the throat constricted. Makes 'a' further back in the throat, 'i' into 'e' and 'u' into 'o'.
A little more emphasized than the 'h' in "help". Somewhat close to the Spanish jota (j), pronounced in the throat
To pronounce the lateral click, x, place the tip of the tongue against the hard palate as if you were going to produce the n sound. Press one side of the tongue against the side of the jaw. Then, without shifting the tip of the tongue from the hard palate, withdraw the side sharply from the jaw. This sound differs from the other two in that the release takes place at the side(s) of the tongue and not at the front. This sound is sometimes made to express regret or to spur on a horse.
To pronounce the Q in Zulu you have to place your tongue against the roof of Your mouth and snapping it downwards.
The sound is made near the adams apple, a hard x sound.
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2. Throaty H
3. C in Xhosa