How does a Mexican say guacamole?

Is the G silent in guacamole?

Pronunciation of Guacamole

In general, the Spanish g is pronounced much as it is in English, although softer. When it comes between vowels, it typically becomes soft enough to sound like an aspirated “h,” the same as the Spanish letter j. The “standard” pronunciation of guacamole would be to sound out the g.

What is the Spanish word for guacamole?

Guacamole (Spanish: [(ɡ)wakaˈmole] ( listen); (informally shortened to guac in the United States since the 1980s) is an avocado-based dip, spread, or salad first developed in Mexico.

How do the British say avocado?

What do the British call tomatoes?

Nowadays “tomahto” is considered British pronunciation and “tomayto” American, but many Americans pronounce tomato {and aunt ) with a broad a. Either pronunciation is considered standard.