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I have heard some names pronounced differently in spanish do all names sound different?

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Well, some "English" names have Spanish equivalents.

Also, Spanish speakers have accents! While learning English, anything they say in English will not sound like a native English speaker's voice.

Try saying the names Crescencia, Clementina, or Efraín. Since you're still learning and still developing the "Spanish tongue", it's not going to sound a like a native Spanish speaker, right?

Well, ask someone learning English to say the names Timothy, Jennifer, or Leonard. It's going to sound different than when a native English speaker with the "English tongue" says them.

  • Know anywhere where I could buy one of those "Spanish tongues" at a reasonable cost? - 0074b507 Aug 21, 2011 flag
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