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I think that I am ok, but not amazing, at rolling rs if they begin a syllable (onset). (For example maybe "red".)

However if the r is what ends a syllable (coda) (for example maybe "emperor or imperator") I fail miserably.

Also, it seems that I attempt to pronounce those r's without voicing (so sometimes my voicing cuts off in the middle of pronuncing a word)

Am I rolling my r's wrong?

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    Welcome to LL.SE. It might be easier for others to answer the question if you specify your native language(s), and maybe also which language(s) you are learning that have rolling r:s. – Tommi Brander Apr 17 at 6:02
  • Since there is a very similar question on this site, I have marked your question as a duplicate of that older question. If your question is different, please edit to explain why. It will then be reviewed again and possibly reopened. – Christophe Strobbe Apr 17 at 20:56

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