OK, I know about the differences and I know a little bit about the situation in the spanish-speaking world. The thing though is that I'm moving to Spain in a few months (do not know the exact ...
I am referring to the sounds of "z" and the soft "c". Latin America learned Spanish from Spain. So why do they not lisp consonants, having learned from Spanish people? Did Latin America somehow ...
Possible Duplicate: How is the letter 's' (or the 's' sound) pronounced in Spain? We know that following groups of syllables se, si, sa, so, su ce, ci, za, zo, zu can be pronunced in 3 ...
I've heard varying things regarding the pronunciation of the 's' sound in Spain. However, no one was willing/able to explain this to me. How is the 's' sound pronounced in Spain compared to its ...