Spanish otrography | Resources for non-spoken aspects of the language | Forum
June 25, 2011
Hey guys :) For you advanced Spanish learners, I've found a great website (in Spanish) that explains spanish ortography, words that Spanish speakers themselves have trouble with, words that natives have trouble deciding if they are joined or separated etc.. its a really great site :) It looks old but im sure the stuff is still relevant.
also, if your interested, there is also an online course for the history of the language, and a lot more :)
You'll need a high level in Spanish to get any use out of it though, because it is made for natives.
July 5, 2011
But got confused a bit with "z" and "d". Are they pronounced similarly sometimes? (There were some tips on how to distinguish those two - while writing). I've personally never noticed anything like this.
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