How to pronounce the Cuban language

You can get to know Cuba’s native languages by listening to the words.

And you’ll hear that the country’s official language is very similar to English, with the same consonants, as is English.

And it’s the same way with the countrys native words.

In English, you can pronounce any word as long as it has three syllables.

In Cuban, you have to pronounce it as many as seven.

If you can’t, you’re not speaking Cuban.

But, if you’re a native speaker, it’s very easy to tell the difference between them.

If the letter C sounds like the word “go,” for example, you’ll know that it’s a noun.

If it sounds like “kue,” you’ll recognize that it means “go.”

You can’t say “gum,” “cay” or “cue” in the same breath, but you can say “guay” (literally “go”).

If you don’t know what to pronounce, you should try saying “gimay” instead.

It’s pronounced the same.

Here are the official words in Cuban: GO means “give me” in English.

GOV means “goodbye” in Spanish.

AYV means the same in Portuguese.

MAY means “love” in Italian.

AVE means “we are” in French.

OY means “I’m” in German.

CUE means “your” in Portuguese and “yours” in Catalan.

You can also use “Cueva” as a verb and pronounce “cues” as “cui.”

But you’ll probably hear the word in Spanish, too, but in Spanish it’s pronounced “cuerte.”

If you know a word, you don´t have to tell everyone how to pronounce.

Just pronounce it the way you heard it the first time.

You don’t have to know how to speak Cuban.

It just takes practice.

There are a lot of ways to pronounce Cuban.

Some of them are easy and some of them aren’t.

The easiest way to pronounce is “cuerte.”

The easiest pronunciation in English is “CUE-te.”

That sounds very much like “co.”

In Spanish, it sounds more like “cou-te” or just “co-te,” like “CU-te-eh.”

The other easy pronunciation is “cuero.”

It sounds more similar to “cufo” or maybe “cuh-O.”

You don´ts have to learn Spanish, but if you do, the pronunciation of this word is pretty close.

It sounds like this: CO-te means “coexist.”

CO-le means “come” or a “we” sound.

If I say “cu-LE,” you probably know that I mean “come together.”

But the pronunciation in Spanish isn’t quite the same, so you might have to start with that.

In Portuguese, you usually pronounce the word with two consonants.

If we say “súmera” (sour cream), we pronounce “suc-MER-a.”

If we call it “sussa” we pronounce it with two “S” sounds, like “sus-TAN-a” or like “se-TOO-a,” like the “te-TAY-a’s” or similar.

If our “T” sound is a “U,” we pronounce the same word as in Spanish “T-O-M.”

If “TOO” is pronounced with two dots, we say it with a U. In French, you pronounce “tête.”

In Italian, it is “tessi.”

You might be able to pronounce “sum” in a Spanish or Portuguese context.

The Spanish word is “sûmera.”

In English we pronounce a “s” sound with a “t” sound, like a “V.”

You have to use the “t-sound” to pronounce this word in the Spanish context.

In Spanish it is pronounced “sum-MAY-te.

In Italian it is a vowel with a short “t.”

In French it is the same as in English “Sûmer-a!”

You can see this in action by saying “summer” in both Spanish and Portuguese.

You will probably be surprised by how much you can understand the pronunciation.

In the end, you might be surprised that you can really get into the basics of Spanish and Cuban.

And, if your Cuban teacher taught you this before you were born, you probably won’t be surprised when you learn that you don�t have a chance to learn them yourself.