Originally Posted by Trigo
Well... Let me put it this way: I can get TWO consonants... But THREE??? You're pushing too far!!!
Well, I get it that a vowel at the beginning would help you out, cause there are examples of three consonant (insp
irar) and even four consonant strings in Spanish (transcr
ibir), but they all have a vowel in front of the string. Also, I found out that you guys in Portuguese say "transcr
ever" for Spanish transcribir
which also has a long consonant string, but again, started off by a vowel.
OK, I think we went more than far enough with the off-topic stuff here
But it sure was fun!