estoy un poco bronceado, pero no mucho. bueno, al menos mi piel es no totalmente blanca ahora xD <<that makes sense right?>> well its readable anyway thats my achievement for the day.
meesh thats totally weird that a language doesnt have a word for bye...maybe the people who invented the language were just really lazy and couldnt be bothered thinking of a new word.
i have a question its not really important but the way 'y' and 'll' is prononced in argie, is that the same for the rest of south america? because its different to european spanish which i like because that way is easier to pronounce right everytime
oh how interesting...i prefer the argie way of saying it. i dont know why it just sounds better lol its easier to remember the way there words/letters are suppose to sound. i use to have trouble pronouncing the 'y'.
Yeah, because when we say "lluvia" or "pollo" or "yerba" we use that sound...it's not like a "sh" in "shine"...it's kinda a very weak sh...I suppose it must be difficult to pronounce for a non-native speaker.
In the rest of SA as Kai says they speak everything like an "i"
When my Peruvian friend tries to imitate argies she says "sho", "shuvia", "posho"