That's interesting. I wasn't actually trying to use ceceo, but rather seseo. So, apparantly the /s/ in my native language comes off sounding like a "th". Interesting.
Lenguas wrote:(it reminded me of the pronunciation of desecho in my native dialect).
So you have ceceo?
Lenguas wrote:What do Brazilians and speakers of other languages think of my "s" sounds? Do they sound more like "s", or more like "th"?
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