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Another letter in Spanish that looks like a double letter is the  rr . This letter is intended to elicit the  rolling sound that is difficult for many who are learning Spanish as a second language. You should  roll your tongue when you see the letter  rr  within a word, or when a single  r  is the first letter of a  word.  A spelling change is sometimes necessary when two words become one. For example, the  r  in  Costa Rica  is rolled because it is the first letter of a word. The adjective for a native of Costa Rica,  however, is only one word, so the  rr  is used in  costarricense  to produce the rolling  r  and maintain the  pronunciation.  The only true double consonant in Spanish occurs when two  c 's are used to produce the  x  sound. In  words like  diccionario  and  acceso  the first  c
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