y in spanish you say it like e
Hoʻolauleʻawa [ho-ol-ow-lay ah-va]
Red in Spanish is 'rojo' - pronounced 'ro-ho'
Jocelyn is pronounced "ho-se-leen" in Spanish.
aceptando, from the veb aceptar
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San Diego is a Spanish name and so it is still pronounced San Diego in Spanish.
que dijo pronounced : k dee-ho
I believe it is called epusculo or something like that.
hijo is already in spanish which hijo means son in spanish or mijo which is mi hijo or my son. You would say it as e as in eat or as y is said in spanish and ho.
No, Santa does not fart and say Ho ho ho. However, Santa does say Ho Ho Ho.
Son in Spanish is "hijo" and is pronounced like ee-ho. Hope this helped :)
Spelled Josías, pronounced "Ho-see-us"
Seteciento sesenta y siete or Seteciento sesentisiete
Yes, I would say he does say HO HO HO. But it's not like a Santa Claus HO HO HO it's more of a OH OH OH.
no hablo español is the way to say "I don't speak Spanish". To give the command "Do not speak Spanish", You use the imperative or command form. "Ho hable español." or "No hables español."
Assuming you are saying this to someone you know well, it would be "te extraño".
Tiger screamed,"WHERE WHERE WHERE?!"
The Spanish word for "beans" is "frijoles." It is pronounced, "free-HO-lace." Sites such as learn-spanish.co.il provide audio pronunciations of many common Spanish words.
"Joe" in Spanish is "José." It is pronounced "ho-SAY". Please see this site for confirmation of the translation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations
Aloha: In HI'ian, you say home, kauhome, or kauhale [ho-may] [cow-ho-may] [cow-ha-lay]. In french, say chez-moi [shay mwah] In Spanish, say mi casa [mee kah-sah]
Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas!
Trulala trials bulli bulli bulala (spelling is wrong but that's what Pere Ńoèl say. It just means Ho Ho Ho)