Thanks, I'll try to work on the points noted. I'll be speaking like a Spaniard-Latino-Hungarian hybrid in no time .
Edit: okay, since apparently none of the early recordings is still available, could one of you do a recording of the first part with an approximation of what a "standard" accent should sound like? Muchas gracias .
Same here. When I try it seems I just do... [ʃ].loqu wrote:My accent is not naturally standard, but I have tried to imitate the Standard as much as I can (I refuse to try to do the Castilian [s]'s, I just can't do that whistling sound).
The way you pronounce it sounds like a [j] to me, something like "[kon.nje.βa]". I'm not saying that you're pronouncing it wrong, I'm just very bad at hearing [ʎ].Note that I have avoided yeísmo in the recording, even though it's accepted, since the standard is supposed to distinguish y and ll.
It sounds like Caribbean Spanish so much. Except for your pronunciation of /st/ as [t(ʰ)] (they say [ht]), and that you pronounce "saber popular" as the LORD had designed it (i.e. not "sabel popular" ).
You're right, I always forget about this.loqu wrote:Renaçido, we wouldn't ever do an implosive l, we rather transform them all into [ɾ]
Kenny wrote:Maybe I should try an accent with a normal ( ) s and with seísmo...
Zaduma wrote: (btw. como se dice "thread" en espańol...?)
Ayiaearel wrote:Pienso en hacer una grabación pero no sé con qué programa podría hacerla.
Plusquamperfekt wrote:Otra grabación de mi acento... En esta versión hablo con seseo y no atendo presto atención a algunas reglas fonéticas como la espirantización de los oclusivas sonoras, pero pienso que a veces es más importante hablar sin atascarse continuamente que tener una pronunciación perfecta, pero muy lenta. Me interesaría mucho saber si este acento es más o menos aceptable o no y si se puede todo comprender todo.
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