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Sure, but castellano had more. November Jorgis France You're right but as georgiachigo said, Spanish has more. The Arabs stayed much more time in southern Spain than in Portugal.

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November Nox Brazil Yeah, I do agree that spanish has more. It just seemed to me that the text said Portugal had none influence of Arabic. November United Kingdom Hi, I reckon that if you are serious about learning both you should proclise mesoclise enclise with portuguese, that is how I've done it,and I'm glad I did.


I've noticed that two of my friends who spoke very proclise mesoclise enclise spanish struggled to convert this into portuguese. So I thought I should do this opposite.

I've done two years of portuguese and about five, maybe six of spanish, even though spanish is taking over from time to time while using portuguese, I still feel confident it's not too much of "portunol"[sic] November Proclise mesoclise enclise Poland I think you are right and this is not only your subjective opinion: So if someone wants to learn both anyway, I would start with Portuguese.


November georgiaichigo Brazil "I have read many times that Portuguese speaking people understand Spanish much much better than the other way round. Possibly the Portuguese have different things to say on proclise mesoclise enclise matter.

I will propose six lines of reasons for this: In Spanish the pairs of consonants tend to be closer in pronunciation, so much that they are often confused.

This makes the Proclise mesoclise enclise monoglot feel that the Portuguese consonants are different, which is especially true in the case of voiced stops.

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Most dialects of Spanish feature weakened voiced stops in unstressed syllables, so that "dado" becomes closer to "dao". When a Brazilian pronounces "dado" with two strong, explosive "d", the Spanish speaker will have a hard time to recognise the word.

Proclise mesoclise enclise, the Brazilian will probably notice the weak "d". Proclise mesoclise enclise on dialect, they can be from 14 to 17, counting nasal variants.

My regional dialect has 16, proclise mesoclise enclise the whay. So, a typical Portuguese speaker knows all five Spanish vowels and associates them with the five letters of the alphabet.

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Some dialects of Spanish, like those of Venezuela, Colombia, Peru and most of Central America up to Mexico are perceived as slow and painstakingly pronounced, we hear them and we feel people are almost speaking like books, very faithful to spelling.

Proclise mesoclise enclise is not the case of Spain as already mentionedCuba, Argentina and Uruguay, where the accents tend to be more closed.

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Some dialects of Portuguese do not feature affrication prominently, which is why we are "prepared" to recognise proclise mesoclise enclise that are normally affricate when they are pronounced without affrication.