How do you read the word "hacer"? Ha thed right?
r is read as d, am i right?
The R is read sort of as a D, however the C is not read as a TH... its more of an S sound. Also, the H is silent. Something like this:
Hi Veij. Welcome to the forum.
Click on the little speaker icon next to the word hacer in the dictionary and you'll hear the pronunciation.
The R is read sort of as a D, however the C is not read as a TH... its more of an S sound.
The pronunciation of 'c' (when followed by 'e' or 'i') depends on the region/dialect. One legitimate choice is represented by "theta" in the IPA (or by "th" [of 'with'] in bastardized, pseudo-English transcriptions) or by 's' in other dialects/regions. When the pronunciation most closely approximates the 's' sound of English, other considerations come into play (also regional/dialectical) which may cause the sound to be an aspiration (ranging from strong to almost inaudible).
In the suggestion for the letter 'r', the operative word/phrase is 'sort of'.