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* Naturally, not every mitzvah applies to every person, and some cannot be performed in any event, but as a generalization the Jewish people are collectively responsible for all 613 mitzvos.
There's a reason why there's a saying - "Two Jews, three opinions". We like to argue even when it might seem pointless to some. I happen to think that constructively arguing about issues is always welcome.
If you like phonetics there is an interesting thing called the International Phonetic Alphabet which as implied is used all over the world.
Pesach in the IPA is written [ˈpeɪsɑːx]; and Mexico, [ˈme.xi.ko]. Both languages use mainly the same sounds as do others in the world.
The sound [x] is the same. Hence why I used Spanish to help non Hebrew speaking people get a gist of the way pesach is pronounced.