What Slavic language sounds most like European Portuguese?

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PiotrR
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Re: What Slavic language sounds most like European Portuguese?

Postby PiotrR » 2014-03-16, 22:37

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loqu
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Re: What Slavic language sounds most like European Portuguese?

Postby loqu » 2014-03-16, 23:19

I certify what PiotrR said, standard [l] in Spanish is alveolar, not dental. Dental is idiolectal.
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Re: What Slavic language sounds most like European Portuguese?

Postby mōdgethanc » 2014-03-17, 3:44

Even though I can easily tell the difference between the way they say Daniela in that video, it's because one /l/ is velarized and one isn't. I have no idea how you can hear the difference between a dental and alveolar consonant, since it's barely perceptible to me.


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