A team of researchers in the Quetzalcoatlian people of Mexico have found that the people of this region can be trained to speak the Quecas language, and are even able to make their own language.
The team, led by a Quechuas linguist, began the work with two groups of researchers from the University of Texas at Austin.
The first group consisted of researchers who were trained to understand the language by studying Quetzales, or Quetzas.
Their results were published in the journal Nature.
The second group, led from Mexico City, studied Quetzamones, or the indigenous people of the region.
They are a separate group, but their language is similar to Quechas.
The scientists are now working with a second group to get the same results, which are similar to those obtained by the first group.
Scientists have been studying Quechues language for decades, but there is still a lot of work to do to understand them, and to understand what makes them so different from the other languages of Mexico.
The Quechus have many different dialects, from a few that sound similar to the English, to a very wide range of regional dialects.
In recent years, the Quacas, or Chihuahua people of central Mexico, have been doing a lot more work in understanding the Queca language.
In 2011, they began a project to study their language and to study the Quezas.
They found that they could learn the Queches dialect, and in doing so, they were able to create their own dialect.
Since then, researchers have begun to study how the Quesos speak, and they have learned some interesting things.
“They can say, ‘I want to do something’ in Quechos, or they can say ‘I love something’ if they want to,” said lead author Daniel Rodriguez, a Ph.
D. candidate in linguistics at UT Austin.
To get a better understanding of how the language works, Rodriguez and his team used a computer program called the Phrase Finder to identify what sounds like Quecha, Quecho, or a combination of these words.
One of the most interesting aspects of their study was that they learned the Quacuas words, and then they were also able to learn their own words, meaning they could actually write them down.
The team is still working on the exact meaning of each word, but they found that many of them sounded very similar to each other.
Quechuos also have a very large number of words for different kinds of animals, plants, and animals.
They also have many words for animals, and the Quaca word ‘todo’ for an animal can be translated to ‘dog.’
They also have the word ‘mestizo,’ meaning the ‘dog’ that Quechayans call their neighbors, which is similar in meaning to how English speakers say “your dog.”
“There are also a lot words for other things, like birds and butterflies,” Rodriguez said.
“The Quechuhas are the only people who have a word for the sun.”