How to Trill Your Rs

I´ve seen many ineffective videos on this subject, either due to lack of knowledge or teaching methods, or simply aimed to the wrong public (i.e. native Spanish-speaking children/people). But here´s two videos that might actually help you with your Spanish Rs.

Hope they help you!

LTNT!

FYI, English speakers love abbreviations AKA acronyms. NTTAWWT but I remember the first time someone said “I need lessons ASAP” and I didn´t understand if they were looking for material, advice or fees. But then, throughout the years, FAQ such as how to say PDA, BFF, PMS, PS began to appear.
Before you start saying that the teenagers and the chat era are the ones to blame remember that acronyms in English are widely used in more formal contexts: OR, ER, ADD, IQ, MO, ATM, etc. Even with presidents´names!
It´s not that in Spanish there is none, but you´ll find considerably fewer and mostly referring to institutions, businesses, academies, organizations, etc.
As for the rest, I´m afraid you´ll have to say the actual words you lazy people. Here are some:

LTNT Hace mucho que no hablamos
FYI Para tu/su información
AKA También conocido/a(s) como
NTTAWWT No es que haya nada malo con eso
ASAP Lo antes posible
FAQ Preguntas frecuentes
BFF Mejor amigo
PMS (Estar) premenstrual
PS Posdata
LOL Me morí/muero de risa
OR El quirófano
ER La guardia
ADD Trastorno por déficit de atención
IQ Coeficiente intelectual
MO Modus operandi
ATM Cajero automático
JFK Guess!
PDA We just call it love 😉

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