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There is a theory that is slightly mentioned in the answers (Andalucismo). I my opninion it's the simpliest and much more logical than the others. It's also explained in the thread linked by Adam Brown. This is the theory: in XVth century Spain, in the south (most Andalucía) people pronounced s, c and z as /s/. The people who wanted to go to America had to ...


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The correct form is veinti-. The Real Academia de la Lengua Española (Royal Achademy of Spanish Language), RAE, publishes this and more things on its web page. A list of numbers, where your answer is, is in: (numerales cardinales) http://lema.rae.es/dpd/srv/search?id=rqV8h362gD62vc21qB Which comes from: (numerales) ...


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Veintidós is by far the most common as that matches the pronunciation of (as far as I know) every single Spanish-speaker. It used to be acceptable to say veinte y dos and you'll probably see it still once in a while, but as of the 2002 DPD, they are considered antiquated and recommended to be avoided though not strictly incorrect.1 It's curious to note ...


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veintidós (22) is correct, veinte y dos is not. It is written in a single word (always) from dieciséis to veintinueve. http://www.donquijote.org/spanishlanguage/spanish-numbers/


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Es fácil si ya sabes escribir la palabra que quieres decir. Hay tres reglas fáciles (síguelas en orden) Si hay tilde, acentúa la sílaba que lo alberga. Si acaba en A, E, I, O, U, N o S, acentúa la penúltima sílaba. Acentúa la última sílaba. Así que, en palabras como carmesí, espíritu, llevándosemelo, el tilde te indica dónde poner el acento. En palabras ...


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En argentina la "z" se pronuncia"s " y nada mas..y no en toda la argentina se pronuncia"sh" como algunos creen solamente en buenos aires ,rosari(pbincia)de santa fe argentina se pronuncia ."sh".pero en rosario la sh ..es mas vibrante como zh ..osea juntando las dentaduras superior e inferior suavemente como fuera a morder .solo queria aclarar eso ...



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