I know that looks a bit strange but I am trying to write them phonetically
the a in car is different to that in that bat catjaime_teacher wrote:a (for car, bat, fat...) li (lee) o (like opera, dock, pot...) li (lee)
That word comes from "catalán" (the language in Catalunya) and it means garlic-and-oil.
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Whist we are on this thread - perhaps more like holly (as in 'and the ivy')johnf55 wrote:As far as I am aware it isn't pronounced holy, both because there isnt an H and Spanish don't say the H even if it was there!
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