Quote Originally Posted by pec0 View Post
The presenter will be pleased if you tell him/her that. By the way Japanese language does not have R sound spoken by English people. There is only L sound. Arakawa is spelled using R because of romaji system to write Japanese in Alphabet instead of Japanese characters. We pronounce aLAkawa. I hope this thread stop now.
Ok, I don`t speak english, I speak spanish and the R sound the same like in Japan, Arakawa, Murakami, Nobunari , we have a R like softer (like the japanese R) and another stronger, we don`t pronunce same caro like carro, or ratón and libro, anyway I understand your point.

I suggest this thread move to the section Le café, may be. It is like some difficult ignore it here.