OK, I know about the differences and I know a little bit about the situation in the Spanish-speaking world.
The thing though is that I'm moving to Spain in a few months (do not know the exact location yet) and I've been studying Spanish (by myself) for the past 2-3 months.
So, which pronunciation should I focus on then? Ceceo, seseo, or "distinción" (that is, distinguishing s from z/c)?
Should I use the
th 's' (as this seems to be the most "standard" variation being spoken), or should I learn to speak with
It's not a matter of preference. I just need to make sure I learn the most "proper" version of the language (as far as Spain goes) and sound as much as a native as possible, so that I can adjust better. (going to Spain and sounding like an... argentinian, because of a "wrong" decision, it's not something I'd like, by any means...)
So, any suggestions/ideas are more than welcome! :-)