do you pronounce the glottal stop (eyin, hamza) in Persian
I have a question about the pronunciation of the glottal stop -the letter eyin ع and/or hamza in real-life colloquial Persian.
Do you actually:
1) pronounce the glottal sound as in /mas’ool/, /ba’d/, /ma’moolan/, /majmu’e/, /’aalee/, /ma’roof/, /jom’e/, /so’al/
2) do you simply make a pause in place of عas in /mas-ool/, /ba-d/, /ma-moolan/ /majmu-e/, /aalee/, /ma-roof/, /jom-e/, /so-al/
3) do you skip the ع letter/sound all together in pronunciation and simply pronounce the words without it as in /masool/, /bad/, /mamoolan/, /majmue/, /aadee/, /maroof/, /jome/, /soal/
Thank you in advance!