Print

Print


> >In Hungarian we use both, and there's no problem about any of them (at
> >least for me :) You can't produce /kt/ as fast as /tk/, because it will be
> >/gt/ then. That's it...
>
> Is that /g/ a proper voiced [g], or a lenis [k]?

It's certainly not a real [g], nor a [k]. Depends on dialect, too. If you speak really fast, you can sometimes make only a little stop, and then go on. There's people who makes a lenis [k], and others make some kind of [g].
        Balazs
--
Sudár Balázs
[log in to unmask]