How do you say squirrel in Spanish?
One of the concepts you have to deal with when learning a new language is that different languages have different rules for pronunciation. For example, when a word has a double L in Spanish, it is pronounced the way 'y' often is in English, but in English two Ls are pronounced the same as one L.
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'Squirrel' in Spanish is ardilla. You can see that this has the double L, and so it is pronounced 'ahr-dee-yah'. Ardilla is a feminine noun, so 'the...
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from Basic Spanish: Help & ReviewChapter 32 / Lesson 8