|From:||Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>|
|Date:||Monday, November 30, 1998, 23:32|
On Mon, 30 Nov 1998 14:41:05 -0500 Carlos Thompson
>Steg Belsky wrote:
>> i have a "rinco'n cultural" coming up in a few days for my AP
>> class, and i don't have enough information. I'm going to be talking
>> about the various dialects of el idioma espanyol (my email can't
>> the real n~). I got myself into this mess by asking my teacher,
>> from Buenos Aires, why she doesn't have a rioplatense accent - which
>> heard about right here on Conlanglist.
>Does this means she didn't give you an answer?
She gave me an answer, but since i brought up the subject she decided
that i would give a rinco'n cultural about it :) Btw, the answer she
gave me is that she really has a rioplatense accent, but she teaches with
a "general latinamerican" accent, since that's how the spanish teachers'
association decided. And that when the other spanish teacher, who's from
Mexico, began teaching, whenever they would talk to eachother the Mexican
teacher kept on asking her to repeat what she said because she wasn't
used to my teacher's accent.
>I guess I will post you privally on further details of that section I
>As said, most differences are in the pronunciation of the consonants,
>prosody and the use of the addressing (tu', vos or usted).
>-- Carlos Th
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