Slang Phrases for the Cafe, Club, Bar, Bedroom, Ball Game and More
Author: Juan Caballero
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Foreign Language Study
Chilling with an ice-cold cerveza at a beach bar... Dancing at CDMX’s hottest salsa club... Screaming your head off at the Copa América... Drop the textbook formality and chat with the locals in Latin America’s everyday language. • What’s up? ¿Qué tal? • What a hottie! ¡Que cuerazo! • Let’s pound these shots. Tráguemonos estos traguitos. • That ref sucks. Es una mierda ese árbitro/a. • I’m craving all-you-can-eat tacos. Me antoja un poco de taquiza libre. • Do you wanna hook up? ¿Quieres ligar?
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