Same way you say it in English only you use a spanish tongue.
You say la lengua madre.
eegra -when you say it you should roll your tongue when you say the r like how spanish people roll their tongue when they say r's.
Many Spanish speaking girls have been heard say the phrase 'cute boy' in their native tongue. In Spanish this phrase is 'chico lindo'.
You say it exactly the same as Rosh Hashanah is in the Jewish tongue. In Spanish it would be said Año Nuevo Judío.
lengua de vaca (LENG-wah they BAHcah)
Raymond but with an accent like (rah-mon) but roll your tongue
'idiom' in English = genio de una/la lengua 'idioma' in Spanish = 'language. tongue', of course.
¿Ha conseguido el gato la lengua?
The tongue = la lengua
licker (someone using their tongue) is 'lamedor' liquor (whisky, etc.) is 'licor
You say hello from the tip of the tongue.
Remueve tu anillo de la lengua.
Spanish for tongue
Carro rojo. You have to roll your tongue on the R's and the J in rojo sounds like an h.
The word for Friday is Spanish is Viernes. Say a V. Start to say a V. Now with your front teeth over your bottom lip like you would say an English V say a B. That is a Spanish V. Say an e as in Me. Say a d. You flipped your tongue forward. Now try that backwards. That is the Spanish R. The nes is like in English. The e is like the a in the article a as in a man. I hope that helps.
Spanish is the mother tongue but many do speak English.
"Tongue" is 'shita' in Japanese.
This is the Spanish version of "Cat got your tongue?" It means, "Did the cat eat your tongue, Sister?"
r's in Spanish are formed totally differently by a person's tongue than r's in English. In Spanish, the tip of the tongue touches the roof of the mouth. In English, it touches the bottom front teeth. The closest I can think of to getting a word that forces your tongue into the shape you want would be something like "tree" or "dry". T and D start at the roof of the mouth, so the combination means you form the r at the roof or you mouth, too. Compare the way you say "tree" to the way you say "free", and you'll see what I mean about tongue position. If you can mimic the way you say the "r" in "tree" while saying "Maria" you'll get the right sound. :) Sometimes people compare the Spanish simple 'r' to the two 't's in the word 'little'.
There are many, but try this:Tres tristes tigres tragaban trigo en un trigal (say it fast)
Stick your tongue a little bit behind your two front teeth, in the spot just before your gums go dramatically upward. leave some space so that the tongue can move. then say "eerrrrrr" and let your wind move your tongue. its not something everyone can do