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Old January 24, 2009, 08:29 AM
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Spanish Erre (R)

So first of all, I'm new here. It's nice to meet you all.
My name is Barak, I'm 17 years old (In a week, but still :P) and I'm from Israel.

I've been studying Spanish for like a month now, and I'm having some problems with my accent.
My problem is with my Spanish R (Erre). I know how to pronounce the trilled R, but for some reason, I have no idea how to spell the non-trilled-R.
I had looked all over on Youtube, but I only found some videos about how to pronounce the trilled-R, not the regular one.

I wanted to know if you guys could help me with my little problem. And tell me what's the different between the trilled R and the normal R.

I'm not sure if this is the correct forum to ask this question, but I hope it's the right one.

Thank you very much, and I hope I'll have a great time here.
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