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Mar 15, 2008, 6:57 PM

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My Spanish leason for today

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Sometimes the smallest difference can have a big impact on what you say when you are a less than exemplary Spanish's speaker.

You can have a look at my latest blog posting.

Or if you lack the time or interest let me just tell you this

PLEASE NOTE: Cajónes means drawers in Spanish, Cojónes DOES NOT.

All the best,


(This post was edited by toddmc on Mar 15, 2008, 9:38 PM)


Mar 16, 2008, 11:16 AM

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Re: [toddmc] My Spanish leason for today

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Todd, thanks for your post.

You'll want to know that the spellings for those two words are cajones and cojones. Neither takes a written accent in the plural. When a Spanish word ends in the letter "S", the stress in pronunciation naturally falls on the next-to-the-last syllable. Words which in the singular have a written accent on the last syllable don't need that accent in the plural.

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