Just got to the word 右利き [みぎきき] but the audio sounds more like [みにっき]. I mean, there is totally an “n” sound in that pronunciation. Is this just a weird dialect thing, or is there some sort of commonality to when these sounds when you have two/three similar sounds together?
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Sorry… yes, we really do see about one of these a week. I’ve never seen this word as the catalyst though.
I’ll select one of the best answers for you. /ng/ is quite common.
I think that’s because often by the time you reach this vocab word you’ve come across it many times. My first was probably 上がる.
Luckily for me I have a Filipino friend who taught me this years ago, so it wasn’t too complicated.
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