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My salvadorian friends pronounce both as y as in "yo", as did my spanish teacher (from spain). My colombian food vendors pronounce both as "zh or j". In cuba i hear y for the most part for both but have heard "j" for y and in a sportscast i heard one guy pronounce it "bee-ya clara" and the other guy "bee-ja clara" for villa clara. so i guess it depends ...



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