Alto (AHL-toe). Pare (PAH-reh)
bray e in spanish has an a sound like a in English
= hola (pronouce oh-la)
Como fue el fin de semana?
carnation same way but its pronouce car nah sion
The word for old is viejo. Vee - ay - ho
If the word is Spanish, it would be pronounced (where 'ch' is as in Scottish 'loCH': cha-yeah-DAN (last syllable stressed)
"Emilina" is a Spanish name. It pronounced "ay-me-LEE-nah". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
"Aventura" does not have a D in Spanish. It is pronounced "ah-ben-TOO-rah". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
"Universe" in Spanish is "universo". It is pronounced "ooh-nee-BARE-so". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
baseball in spnish is beisbol with an accent on the e. no one i kno knos what softball is. sry
it is Estoy estudiando los estudios generales but im not sure how u pronouce it
it is pronounced slightly differently depending in where in Spain you are but generally Josiah is pronounced - Khoh SEE ah
This depends on what country you are in. The word Amarillo is either: ah-mah-ree-yo or ah-mah-ree-Jo
You spell "I am having a get together" like this "Tengo una se reunen" But I would have't to tell you in person on how to pronouce it.
How do you pronouce how are you It's easy, by the way. Hao - ar - yuu
"Parada" is "stop" in Spanish.
It sounds somwhat like a short English "a". Maybe "eh". Ah, eh, ee, oh, ooh - a, e, i, o, u
To say "STOP" in Spanish is; parada To say "GO" in Spanish is ; ir
I would pronouce it like this: "neish" But it is written: Neige and it means: snow
'Parar' = to stop 'Pare!' = stop!
arremangala: ah-r (roll the r)-eh-mahn-gah-lah arrempujala: r (roll the r)- ehm-poo-hah-lah
Stop calling translated from English to Spanish is dejar de llamar. Dejar is the verb to stop or stop doing something.
Moll- i -no .
how pronouce grassroots?
Its pronounced "Herxt"
it ryhmes with 'force' ??
Zen day a
They have no reason to stop.
The word alto in Spanish means tall. It also means STOP and is frequently seen on Spanish stop signs. Alto can also mean loud.
The answer is alto.
stop crying now
A•Kay•A -also known as
you can pronounce it with the a in attack, or with the a in dark.
pronouce it "Zed"
In IPA: ɯʃgʲə'bɛhə
in - dis - pute - a - blee
three oh three.