I had a Spanish audio CD thing, and they said to pronounce the B as if it were a V sound. so it is more pronounced "Avrigos"... that's the best way I can describe it.... Someone else can correct me if I am wrong or give a better explanation.
It depends on location and local accent but in Spanish B and V are very much linked in sound. In most places like Mexico you say the V as a b and the B as b, but Spain I think is different. However, when it comes in the middle of a word because they blend their letters together when they speak it's a softer sound and can become a v sound.
I've noticed that the 'b' is often spoken with a soft sound, as though you don't fully let your lips come together as you say it. In this case, it seems to roll right into the 'r'.
Tu is your and tú is you're. The difference is possession. (90% Pretty sure)
Is there a specific word for sweater that differentiates it from abrigo meaning coat?
You can use "el suéter" for sweater, and similarly, "la sudadera" for sweatshirt.
You're right! Spanish doesn't have a clear distinction between the starting & ending of words (when spoken) like English does, so it sounds like words run together (because they do!)
Abrigo is coat, Sueter (please correct me if i said it wrong) is sweater.
Anyone else experiencing typing the right answer and it telling you its not right?
I literally had no idea if abrigo was a word, i just guessed it and it was right. This made me happy
Tú with an accent is you, tu without an accent is "your." Lastly, "tus" is for plural: "tu abrigo" / "tus abrigos".