Unformatted text preview: already prepared you to pronounce qu in Spanish without any w sound. Not like “quill,” but rather like “tequila.” This rule results from the fact that the letter c has “issues.” When followed by o, a, u, or any consonant, it is pronounced like the c in “cat,” “coat,” or “cut.” When c is followed by e or i, it is pronounced like the c in “certain” or “cinder.”...
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- Fall '09
- Spanish, tequila., qu combination