The Spanish word “zeal” is a bit more difficult to pronounce than most other Spanish words.
“I don’t know why,” said the English-speaking audience at the “Spanish Language Night” in Los Angeles on Sunday.
“It’s very difficult, but I know it’s good.”
Spanish words that sound very similar, like “fiesta,” are also hard to pronounce.
The word “gueso” is the most commonly used word in Spanish for food, with many people using it to describe something made with meat or meat products.
But in English, the word “gue” has come to mean “meat” and is often used to describe “fishing,” according to the Oxford English Dictionary.
So, when “gue,” or “fang” as people call it in Spanish, is used to refer to food, it’s probably a good thing.
But, if you’re looking for “zoom,” a word that has a similar sound to “fangs,” try “gue.”
You can probably find a good explanation for this one in this video: