The consonant 'C', before the vowels 'E' and 'I', and the consontant 'Z' are pronounced in certain parts of Spain similar to 'TH' (not T) in 'think'What is the difference between these terms? I think they have to do with how in Spain <c> and <z> are pronounced like [T] but I am not sure.
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Hi me1, Please. What we call a lisp in English is a speech defect that prevents or impedes the pronunciation of "s" "z" or the soft "c", making them sound like "th". In most of Spain, this is the way the "s" "z" and "c" are supposed to be pronounced when followed by a vowel (only "e" or "i" in the case of "c")hello,
in castilian spanish the way in which c's and z's are pronounced has a special word. in english we call it a lisp, i thought it was called "la ceta" in spain, but i couldn't find it in the word reference dictionary. could someone help?