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Old March 30, 2017, 10:14 AM
lordhelmit lordhelmit is offline
Join Date: Dec 2016
Location: Raleigh, NC
Posts: 21
Native Language: American English
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I appreciate all your help and encouragement, it does make me want to continue. I've noticed that my biggest problem with understanding spoken spanish is how they combine words together when speaking naturally...just like we do it english.

A sentence my girlfriend read to me last night included "que hacer", but she pronounced it more like "qacer". But at the same time, I do the same thing in english. I don't say ad pronounce "I want a car" with a hard T and long a, it sounds more like "i-wanna-car", wuh-nuh. So I just need to get used to the spanish "version" of this, which is tricky and def will take time.
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