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This is a normal feature of Spanish (and indeed many other languages) called assimilation. More specifically, in this instance, it's called anticipatory coarticulation. When the normally alveolar voiced nasal /n/ immediately precedes a velar (for Spanish you have /k/, /g/, and /x/), the articulatory position of the /n/ is pushed back in preparation for the ...


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Ojo con los Orozco is a song from León Gieco, a renown argentinian artist. The song only have words with the vowel o. It's a very funny lyric, the song is about the fictional Orozco family and it says something about every member of it (like being drug addict, alcoholic, usurer). It might be a little hard to understand (it's not easy to make a whole song ...



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