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Old October 29, 2012, 05:06 PM
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Yes, I agree with everyJuan...

The videos linked to the one Villa posted are very good too... (I am just listening to one as I post... and I think from an Amerrican orr even forreign viewpoint these are helpful...)

(Just rrremembered once, when I had to do some parrrody of a Gerrrman or Rrrrusian scientists... I had some fun exagerrrrating the "rrrsss" to the utmost...) (That could be another aproach, if you are not shy and want to play with the sounds...) (My two additional rrrupiahs...)

I also remembered the one that goes,
El perro de San Roque no tiene rabo,
porque Ramón Ramírez
se lo ha cortado...

And you can drrrill, drrrill, drill... (hasta que las rrranas crrríen pelo...)
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Last edited by JPablo; October 29, 2012 at 05:25 PM. Reason: Added another little drill
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