How to Pronounce Khale? (CORRECTLY)

Khale is a name of Arabic origin that is pronounced as “ka-leh.”

The “kh” sound in Khale is similar to the Spanish “j” in “jalapeƱo” or the Scottish “ch” in “loch”. It is a voiceless velar fricative, which means that it is produced by constricting the airflow at the back of the mouth.

To pronounce the “kh” sound in Khale, start by making the sound of the letter “k” as in “kite,” but instead of releasing the sound at the front of the mouth, constrict the airflow at the back of the mouth. This should create a raspy, breathy sound.

The “a” in Khale is pronounced as the “a” in “father,” so it is a short, open vowel sound.

The “le” in Khale is pronounced as “leh,” with the “e” being pronounced as the “e” in “met.”

So, when put together, Khale is pronounced as “ka-leh.”

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