A FEW PECULIARITIES REGARDING CONSONANTS IN THE MEXICAN VARIANT
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A few of the main consonant particularities of the Mexican variant of Spanish language are presently examined. Cultural group conservation and intervocalic and end-of-word pronunciation of -d are pointed out. In view of these particularities, the occurrence or absence of consonant elision in Spanish variants or/and dialects is looked into. The author has not failed to mention the loss of phonological opposition of the phonemes designated by y and ll.
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