Welcome back! Our video this week is a Spanish lesson about hats, caps and visors. Juan Carlos engages in an impromptu fitting session under the watchful eye of a first grumpy, then cheerful, street vendor.

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2 Responses

  1. Juan Carlos pronounce the Spanish word “visor” con “v” sound in English. But, we have already learned from you that the letter “v” and “b” in Spanish have same sound “BE”.

  2. Hi Wilson,

    Thanks for your comment. In Peru for the most part “v” and “b” have the same sound. However, this is a regional dialect and not a set rule for all Spanish speakers. For example, in Spain the “v” sound is pronounced differently from “b”.

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