Mi hijo, Mijo, ?
Which one is right? I hear It like mijo, and i didn't know if it was a conjunction or not. please help.
Mijo and Mi hijo mean the same thing = My child
Mijo is just the shortened/slang version.
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M'hijo is a way to address to younger people in South America.
"Mi hijo" will sound like "mijo" to a non-native Spanish speaker. The two words blend into one, since the first ends with the same sound the second one starts with.