Jalapeno is a Spanish word. 'j' is pronounced as 'h' in spanish.
The Spanish word accidente is pronounced as ah-thee-den-tay. The English translation of the Spanish word accidente is accident, which refers to an incident that has occurred that was not expected.
The word "the" in Spanish can be said in two ways. The word el (pronounced ehl) and the word la.
The word is spelled the same way in Spanish and pronounced cah-NAHL.
The Spanish word for "miracle" is "milagro". It is pronounced "mi-LA-grow"
There is a Spanish word "poquito" which means very tiny/small.
It means 'group' and is pronounced 'grOOpaw'
It's pronounced feen, rhymes with teen.
Nariz. The z is pronounced like the s in English for American Spanish. The z is pronounced like th for European Spanish.
The word cigar is pronounced as cigarro in Spanish.
Informal is spelled exactly the same in English and Spanish. In Spanish the emphasis is on the last syllable. in-for-MAL. The I in Spanish is always pronounced like the I in the English word MACHINE. The A in Spanish is always pronounced like the A in the English word HAT.
It is "señora" (pronounced "senyora"). Mrs., in Spanish is SRA The Spanish or Castilian word for Mrs is "señora".
coin in spanish thats easy its coin in spanish der One Spanish word for 'coin' is 'cuno' (with a tilde, wave, over the 'n') To spell the English word 'coin' using the Spanish alphabet: c - pronounced 'say' in Latin America; 'thay' in Spain ('th' as in 'thin', not 'they') o - pronounced 'aw' i - pronounced 'ee' n - pronounced 'enay'
"Good" in Spanish is "bueno" (pronounced bu-we-no(o is not pronounced as ow))
it is en The word "on" in Spanish can be either "en" or "sobre". "En" is pronounced "ehn" and "sobre" is pronounced "SO-bray".
Bruja (pronounced "brew-ha") is a Spanish word that means witch. Bruha is not an English or Spanish word.
(tell-eh) its pronounced the same as if you were saying (tele) in the english word telephone --amanda
The Spanish word for doll is "muneca". It is pronounced "moonyecka".
"Piña" (pronounced PEEHN-yah) is the Spanish word for "pineapple".
Bear in spanish is pronounced OH-SO
The word for aunt in Spanish is tía. (pronounced tee-ah)
The English word spawned is pronounced, engendrado in Spanish.
The word nada means "nothing" in English. The word nada is pronounced exactly as it is spelled. the same as in spanish. Nothing is pronounced "Nuthing"
The word for fog is niebla. It is pronounced nee AY blah. There is also a word for low lying, thick fog: neblina. It is pronounced nay BLEE nah. (The letters "f-o-g" are pronounced fohg, but "fog" is not a word in Spanish).
"My" is an English equivalent of the Spanish word mio. Specifically, the Spanish word is the masculine singular form of a possessive adjective. It is pronounced "MEE-oh". The feminine singular form, mia, is pronounced "MEE-ah".
The English word 'cave' is 'cueva' or 'caverna' in Spanish. 'Cueva' is pronounced 'Coo-AYvah' 'caverna' is pronounced 'cahVAIRnah'
The English word for the country "Cuba," is still the same in Spanish. It is pronounced "KOO-bah".
Chiken in Spanish is Pollo
You are probably referring to the spanish word "que" (pronounced KAY), which means "what"
There is no word "mecos" in Spanish. However, there is the word "micos" (pronounced: mee-kohs). Meaning: Monkeys.
The translation for the word "nine" in Spanish is 'nueve'. This is pronounced "nu-eh-vay".
It's not an English word, it's Spanish for "what," and pronounced "kay." The English word pronounced "kyoo" is spelled "queue."
its amor its pronounced umor
Dibujar, pronounced deebuhar.
tres pronounced trrehss
mejor its pronounced as mehor
Yes, ;pronounced 'chawcawLAHtay'
You're gonna hate this, but the word is...webcam. Yes, I know, it sounds weird, but a lot of words in Spanish, especially having to do with technology, are simply the English word pronounced in Spanish...in this case, the word "webcam" would be pronounced "wayb-cahm".
The Spanish word for "eye" is "ojo", pronounced OH-hoh
The Spanish word for climate is clima, pronounced klee-MAH.
The Spanish word for Cheese is "Queso" - pronounced KEH-soh
arte The Spanish word for "art" is "arte", pronounced "artay".
It is the same word in Spanish, pronounced va-HEE-na
dulce is a spanish word, pronounced 'dool-seh' in Latin America. In Spain, it s pronounced 'DOOLthay' ('th' as in 'thin')
The Spanish word for cowboy is "vaquero," pronounced vah-keh-ro (the e in keh is flat as in the word let).
The Spanish word for milk is leche (pronounced lay-chay).
The Spanish word for world is mundo (pronounced moon-doe).
"juego", the Spanish word for "I play" or "game", depending on context, is pronounced "HWAY-goh".
'a word' = 'una palabra' To spell out a word in Spanish, you need to know the names of the letters of the Spanish alphabet. 'a', for example, is written 'a', pronounced 'ah' 'b' is 'be', pronounced 'bay' 'c' is 'ce' pronounced 'say' in Latin America, 'thay' in Spain ('th' as in 'thin') and so on. No point in giving the entire alphabet unless you request it!
spanish people that are from puertorico use that same word in the spanish language but is pronounced a little different.......