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Are there consistent rules for pronouncing "c" and "g"?

The rules for the pronounciation of C and G are both consistent. When C occurs before I and E, it makes the [s] sound or the [th] sound depending on dialect. ex: "Cero" pronounced "se-...
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Unusual usage of "va"

In Mexico I learned that it’s like another word for ‘si/yeah/right/correct’. Depending on the context it’s able to be applied to different situations and doesn’t always have the same exact definition. ...
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Recorrer la bahía, en un barco

We went on a boat trip around the harbour as soon as we arrived". Dimos una vuelta a la bahía en barco así que llegamos. Notice how "around the harbor" becomes dar una vuelta a la ...
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