How do you speak Spanish pig latin?

I’m interested in Pig Latin and plus I am learning how to speak Spanish so why shouldn’t learn how to speak Spanish Pig Latin? Thank you!

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  1. For words which begin with a single consonant take the consonant off the front of the word and add it to the end of the word. Then add ay after the consonant. Here are some examples:

    cat = atcay
    dog = ogday
    simply = implysay
    noise = oisnay

    For words which began with double or multiple consonants take the group of consonants off the front of the word and add them to the end, adding ay at the very end of the word. Here are some examples:

    scratch = atchscray
    thick = ickthay
    flight = ightflay
    grime = imegray

    For words that begin with a vowel, just add yay at the end. For example:

    is = isyay
    apple =appleyay
    under = underyay
    octopus = octopusyay

    Here is another dialect for words that begin with a vowel. First, add a y at the beginning of the word. If the word ends in a vowel, add yay at the end. For example:

    extra = yextrayay
    amuse = yamuseyay
    orange = yorangeyay
    echo = yechoyay
    If the word ends in a consonent add y at the beginning of the word, and ay at the end of the word.

    For examle:
    answer = yansweray
    otter = yotteray
    excellent = yexcellentay
    interest = yinterestay

    Here is another variation of words that begin with a vowel and end in a consonant:
    Add ay at the end. Examples:

    after = afteray
    instinct = instinctay
    olives = olivesay
    elect = electay

    Here is another dialect for both words that begin with consonants and words that begin with vowels.
    If the word begins with a consonant, take the consonant(s) before the first vowel and put them at the end of the word, adding a at the end.For example:

    crimson = imsoncra
    yellow = ellowya
    hi = iha

    If the word begins with a vowel just add a at the end. For example:
    alaska = Alaskaa
    ever = evera
    and = anda
    igloo = iglooa

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