according to the audio material of my Indonesian course, the /l/ seems to be velarized, it even tends to be a nasalized [ũ]. Is this actually the standard way of pronunciation or rather a dialect?
Besides, do all the /k/s at the end of a syllable have to be pronounced as a glottal stop or are there some exceptions? E.g., why is “tidak” spoken as [ti'daʔ], but “senduk” as ['senduk]?
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