What Spanish countries say as J?
Número 2 – Number 2: /j/
Same as the ‘ll’, this pronunciation is widely used in other parts of Argentina, some parts of Colombia, Venezuela, and some other countries in central America such as Guatemala.
Can Spanish people pronounce J?
The letter J sounds like the HARD G in Spanish (the sound is similar to the English H but raspier).
Why do some Spanish people pronounce LL as J?
The original spanish pronunciation of ll is a palatalized l (full tongue against the palate). This sound diverged through time and different areas. In México you mean hear it as the y in yellow or like j in jello, whereas in most of Argentina and Uruguay you will hear it as sh in show.
Why do Argentines pronounce LL as sh?
The Y and LL in the Argentinian Spanish are realized as the English SH sound (shop, shore, ship) or as the Zh sound (for instance, as the “s” sound in the words “pleasure” and “measure”).
How do you pronounce Z in Spanish?
The Spanish letter Z is pronounced like the soft C (the letter C in front of E and I); that is, it is pronounced like a TH (in Spain)* or an S (in Latin America).
Is J pronounced h in Spanish?
Most conventional rules say that Spanish J is pronounced as H.
In which language is J pronounced as Y?
The great majority of Germanic languages, such as German, Dutch, Icelandic, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian, use ⟨j⟩ for the palatal approximant /j/, which is usually represented by the letter ⟨y⟩ in English. Notable exceptions are English, Scots and (to a lesser degree) Luxembourgish.