This has been driving me a bit nuts with every Spanish program I use.
In the beginning, when being instructed on how to pronounce the double L (llaves, llorar, cepillo, pollo, ect.) I have been taught that it is pronounced like the English "y" except Argentina and Uruguay, where it has a soft "sho" sound.
And then others say it is pronounced more like a soft English "J" - - -
Is there any kind of guideline to follow here, besides the Argentina one? The pronunciations in the lessons are different all the time, (again, in many other programs besides Rocket, ) and it just seems so random. Speakers choice, maybe?
I know it is a picky thing to focus on, but it has really been bugging me.
At this point, I do not know the correct pronunciation of my own last name, Jaramillo, lol!
Thanks guys, have a good week.