|Subject:||Hard to tell...|
|Author:||Magia (guest, 220.127.116.11)|
|Date:||February 9, 2004 at 10:45:34 AM|
|Reply to:||Re: Actually... by Yahalome|
I have heard Spaniards, Venezuelans and Colombians(mostly south americans, excludding Argentineans and Uruguayans) pronouncing Ll as an English J sound, but they also pronounce the Spanish Y as the English J... go figure...
Central and North American, Spanish speaking people(Mexicans, Cubans, Guatemalans, basically caribbean people) prn it like you said, like ee or English Y. That is how I speak spanish. I NEVER use the english J sound when speaking Spanish... go figure, again.
I only know what one is tought in Grammar School. Proper pronaunciation is Spanish Ll = English "J"
Spanish Y = English "Y" or "ee"
Spanish J = English "H"
Magia, who speaks caribbean spanish, del pais de la eterna primavera!
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