Hasta el amanecen

EmanuelB2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Hasta el amanecen

Is there a lesson that deals with how to pronounce when two words one ending with a vowel and another beginning with a vowel. It seems that in this case it is pronounced hasta-l amanecer... is it correct that the latter vowel is omitted?

Asked 3 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Emanuel

We don't have lessons on pronunciation yet. Yes, it is normal to lose the sound of a vowel when this is the case. We tend to blend the last letter of a word with the first letter of the following word, and when they are both vowels, this tends to happen. Here are other example sentences where we may omit some sounds:

Los amigos de Eduardo son muy simpáticos. `

You'd hear just one "e" [deduardo]

Busco un apartamento cómodo.

You may hear something like [buscun apartamento]

It sometimes depends on the accent, the region, the speed, etc.

Inma

 

Hasta el amanecen

Is there a lesson that deals with how to pronounce when two words one ending with a vowel and another beginning with a vowel. It seems that in this case it is pronounced hasta-l amanecer... is it correct that the latter vowel is omitted?

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