Her top 3 there were:
My advice to her would be to break the words into parts, for example: pro-nun-cia-ción . When we do that it is also important to do it slowly and after that, our muscles will have more training in order to say the word faster.
Furthermore, I think it is important to exaggerate a little when we pronounce specific letters or words that are more complicated to us. No worries you don’t need to do it in front of your friends or your teacher . You can practice this exercise alone at home by reading a book out loud.
And you? What are your top 3 most difficult words to pronounce in Spanish?
Do you have other tips for @gerhild_chatterbug?