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Answered: What is the correct pronunciation for the spanish word cualquier, which

Break it down into its base words. As nearly as I can spell it, 'cual' is pronounced 'kwahl' and 'quier' is 'kee-air.' When you put the two together (kwahl-kee-air), the accent will be on the third syllable, with a slightly stronger emphasis on the first syllable than on the second.

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I saw on another webpage it is "noo-o-veh-dee-va". It's Italian. I hope that is how it's pronounced or I sound like a dummy:)

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Absolutely not! Did you ever enter the Spanish National Lottery (if there even is such a thing?) Anyone that asks you to send them money before you get your "winnings" is a scam.

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Clothing item is "prenda de ropa" and size of child is "talla de niño".

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Answered: Sentence construction in spanish

There are some of the differences that distinguish sentence construction Word order in Spanish from sentence construction is different from word order in English.
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