Yes, that's a great incentive for you drinking "brazilian caipirinha". See more in this link http://passportto.iberostar.com/2014/10/brazil-and-its-delicious-cachaca/
Can some help me out with pronunciation of "כשיש"? I keep playing the audio but I'm hearing shesh. Is is kshesh? Hshesh? Theres a schwa on the כ right?
Is the "k" clear on the recording? Like tzipity I am struggling with hearing "כשיש". To me it sounds like she-yesh. I can't work out if my ear is just not good enough yet or if the recording is slightly clipped at the beginning.
I think you can just about make out the k but they do speak very fast. Probably in real life people do kind of drop it when speaking fast (like we do with some letters in English). It is there though.
I hear it, maybe try listening with a different speaker? I listen with a Bluetooth speaker or headset because I had problems hearing some words at the beginning.
I hear two pronunciations offered there: "kshe-yesh" and "kasha-yish"; the second one is completely confusing. Clarification, please?
I'd be happy if I could eat them (maybe the writer has the same citrus allergy!)