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Published on 3 Dec 2007
In this video the pronunciation differences between the "G" and "W" sounds can be seen clearly with the "G" being produced by glottal stops and the "W" being a labially produced sound. With the lips extended at the beginning of pronunciation a "W" sound is being produced. Glottal stops, with the back of the tongue against the palate produce the hard "G" sound.