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Oct
11
comment In what region/country do they pronounce the 'r' at end of Spanish infinitive as 'sh'?
Thanks! This could be it indeed. It was a female chef -- this could be she, although I think Paulina does 'Pasteleria MX'? Perhaps she was subbing on 'Nuevos Sabores de Mexico'...In any case, yes, indeed, it is just this thing, except here Paulina seems to not do it every verb (poner remains poker, but 'lugar' becomes 'lugash') -- if I catch the exact program again (they repeat) I'll try hard to catch the chef's name. -- So, I wonder, is this a DF accent, or....?
Oct
11
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Oct
11
accepted In what region/country do they pronounce the 'r' at end of Spanish infinitive as 'sh'?
Oct
8
comment In what region/country do they pronounce the 'r' at end of Spanish infinitive as 'sh'?
But would this be where 'll' and 'y' do NOT have the typical Argentinean variant, but only the ending 'r' transformed into an 'sh' sound?
Oct
8
comment In what region/country do they pronounce the 'r' at end of Spanish infinitive as 'sh'?
No, I actually watched her again today (I wish I could catch her name). "Ponesh", not "Poner". I listened, the other r's were normal. And it wasn't an Argentinean accent either, because 'll' and 'y' were 'normal' as well -- there's another show (quite fun, with Donato de Santis) where the Argentinean accent is quite clear, and this isn't that.
Oct
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Oct
7
asked In what region/country do they pronounce the 'r' at end of Spanish infinitive as 'sh'?