Learning Initial "n" in Pinyin

Some Chinese consonants are rather similar to English consonants, but it’s important to hear the differences and get all details as accurate as possible!

How to read: n
An voiced alveolar nasal. It is produced by raising the tongue tip against the upper teethridge and dropping the soft palate to allow the air to run out through the nose. The vocal cords vibrate. It is similar to ‘n’ in the English ‘name’.


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