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comment Exception to the Phonetic Rule
bbc.co.uk/languages/spanish/guide/facts.shtml
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comment Pronouncing a person's name according to our mood
I know that, but I thought there might be some rules for doing that in Spanish. Anyways, I got what I was looking for. It's called "diminutive suffixes".
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comment Pronouncing a person's name according to our mood
Thanks, it's Diminutive suffixes that I was looking for.
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comment Exception to the Phonetic Rule
@Flimzy: Yeah, it's true. These explain the rules, but not the exceptions. English people pronounce the spanish words very differently, that we all know. I just wanted to know if there's any word that even the spanish people themselves pronounce differently. Thanks for your effort by the way.
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