Date: 2010-05-17 03:47 pm (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
The only thing I think I'd query here is the advice for pronouncing the sound transliterated as 'x' in pinyin; the "ch" sounds both as used in German and in the Scottish "loch" are, I think, produced way too far back in the throat to be a useful comparison. I think I would suggest to native English speakers to think more of the 'x' as half-way between an unvoiced 'th' (as in 'think') and 'sh'.

- ajva
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