Spanish accents – Part 2

Second part of the post about Spanish accents.


The accent of the capital is considered one of the most neutral of the Spanish language. The “limeños” speak a clear Spanish (not the young generation), and pronounce very well the r and the rr. Sometimes they pronounce the final d as a t. In the mountainous areas people speak slower and always pronounce very well the letter s.

Check it here how strong the Peruvian rr is. Continue reading