Whenever I speak to Georgians, I always have to try and pronounce 'r' right before I can have a conversation in Georgian. It's annoying but really comical at the same time because I am absolutely clueless on what they do. I can pronounce ხ and ღ which kind of have the same 'roll' quality. Alas, რ (r) totally defeats me.
When I try and roll the 'r' I don't do anything with my tongue so I don't know if that's what I'm doing wrong. I've looked up online but there's no tutorials on rolling the Georgian r, but there is for Russian, I had a look at it and tried it but apparently I was still not doing it right.
What am I doing wrong?
I've been learning Georgian for ages, so I think it's about time I got around to learning to roll the 'r' properly!