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    Ok, I decided to do something worthwhile during the holidays so I'm trying to self-teach Italian. On the whole, it's been going quite well but I'm not really sure how to pronounce 'gli' (whether it's within a word or a seperate one) - I know it's not phonetic but if anyone could explain how it's pronounced it would be much appriciated. Thanks
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    Sort of like ylee
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    http://forvo.com/word/gli/
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    sort of like 'lee' but make the L really throaty?
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    Yeah, you kinda swallow the g... if that makes sense haha.
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    "yyi", where the "yy" is the same sound you would say in "yeah", "yiddish", etc.
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    Thanks
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    This is a bit late, but use http://www.oddcast.com/home/demos/tt...le.php?sitepal

    then type in whatever, and choose a person to speak it out for you.
 
 
 
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