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Capítulo 14 – CLAVES 4 14.6. Clave EJERCICIO /l/— Posición de la lengua en inglés y español ma l español ma ll inglés Nota: La /l/ inglesa es mucho más “retraída” (el dorso de la lengua se levanta y retrae en dirección del velo) y tiene un sonido más “oscuro” que la /l/ española . Además, la tensión muscular de la lengua es mayor en español que en inglés. 14.7. Clave EJERCICIO Explíquele a un compañero: el yeso *[e -  e-so] [ e- i e-so ] Explicación : la yod [ ] jamás puede ocupar una posición que no sea inicial de
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