Hello everyone, I'm asking this question in the Slavic section because most Slavic languages seem to have palatized consonants, even though non-Slavic languages like Magyar and Japanese seem to have them too. I was wondering if someone could tell me by either showing me a diagram or a series of steps on how to move the tongue, on how to produce palatized consonants. I think I can almost pronounce d', t', n', and l', but for letters like v', p', f', m' and b', the point of articulation is nowhere near the palate, so I don't see how to pronounce both the consonant and "j" (the English "y" sound) at the same time. Where are these articulated? Everytime I try to say Russian "Privet", people tell me I am saying "Priv-yet", which is wrong. What am I doing wrong?