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Let’s have a look at the variations of the broad L sound in Gaelic.
The broad L sound is made by resting your tongue behind your front teeth while pronouncing the letter, and occurs when the L is next to an a, o, or u. The broad L can be heard in latha (a day):
a good day
The broad L can be heard in the middle of a word in balach (a boy):
Finally, the broad L can be heard at the end of words such as ceòl (music), as well: