What do you call a pool in Mexico?
I have realized that alberca is the translation for pool when actually the real translation would be piscina.
What is Argentinismos?
Argentinismos include many evocative political terms that divide the Peronists from the non-Peronists. Gorila and facho are terms that gets thrown around a lot toward those who support ex-President Macri. The terms refer to someone who is a neoliberal, with facho/a meaning ‘fascist.
How do you say beautiful in Argentina?
Anything can be re in Argentina: re caro(expensive), re lindo(beautiful), re barato(cheap)… Copado/a means cool or awesome. You can slide in a “qué copado” in any instance to sound more local.
How do you say pool in Puerto Rico?
In this case I am talking about Mexican Spanish.
Mexican Spanish vs Puerto Rican Spanish: El Chavo speaks Puerto Rican.
|Mexican Spanish Word from El Chavo del Ocho||Puerto Rican Spanish Equivalent||English Translation|
What’s piscina in English?
noun. pool [noun] a swimming pool.
What is considered rude in Argentina?
Argentina Travel Donts
Do not be offended by Argentine humour which can sometimes be insulting, such as poking fun at your appearance, weight, or attire. Do not show up on time to someone’s house for a party in Argentina which is considered rude. Be there 30 to 60 minutes late or even 2 to 3 hours late is normal.
What does CHE mean in Argentina?
Che (/tʃeɪ/; Spanish: [tʃe]; Portuguese: tchê [ˈtʃe]; Valencian: xe [ˈtʃe]) is an interjection commonly used in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil) and Valencia (Spain), signifying “hey!”, “fellow”, “guy”.
How do you say OK in Argentina?
The word “dale” in Argentina is used to say “ok”. So if someone asks you something and you want to say yes, just say “dale”. Especially if you’re being offered something or being invited to do something. Other options could be: “Bueno”, “Sí”.
What does Mande mean in Puerto Rico?
Mande is the second-person conjugation of the verb mandar which means “to order” or “to command.” However, it uses the formal second person (you) which is usted, instead of the informal one, tú.
What is up in Puerto Rican slang?
Just like most Spanish speaking countries, Puerto Ricans have a way of shortening words. So, if you are trying to say, “What’s up, dude?” you can say “¿Que tal, acho?” They are also used as fillers between thoughts and sentences when speaking.