I have learned in my Spanish studies that there are rules that most Spanish words follow in terms of accentuation. More specifically, words fall into the categories of agudas, graves, and esdrújulas. ...
How can a foreign speaker (where a "foreign speaker" speaks Spanish as a second language) effectively improve their spoken Spanish by improving their pronunciation and reducing their foreign accent. ...
I know that some single-syllable words (most pronouns, for example) come in two varieties, with and without an accent mark on the vowel. "Él" has a different meaning than "el", but is it pronounced ...