Can the word 'cu' mean 'she speaks TO a dog' instead of 'with'? Or would you have to use the word 'la' to say 'she speaks to a dog'?
And if both are possible, which is more common?
Therefore 'cu' wouldn't make the sentence say 'to a dog', it can only mean 'with a dog'
Also saying 'la' in that sentence wouldn't make sense.
I hope that answers your questions!
That's o.k, I speak with a lisp. I guess we all have our issues.