Linking Part Three

In spoken Spanish, when a word that ends in a consonant is followed by a word that begins with a vowel, the final consonant is “linked” with the initial vowel sound. In the following examples, you will first hear the two words pronounced separately, and then pronounced as they are “linked” in natural, spoken Spanish.

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Oral Exercise

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