Crazy Healer Lady wrote:as a native speaker of the Welsh Language I require very little phlegm in pronouncing their names.
As someone who is trying to learn Gaelic (STILL), I had to bring this to the front and laugh my butt off.
Oh! All right
The Ll sound in Welsh is made by pressing your toungue to the roof of your mouth and making a slight hiss. The Ch sound is made in the back of your throat as if you were gathering phlegm ready to spit.
I was born and raised in "Llanelli" you can't miss it, it's just west of Llangennech and just south of Llechyfedach.
When you can say that without phlegm then you've got the language.