Mexican Spanish

  1. the dialect of Spanish spoken in Mexico
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How To Use Mexican Spanish In A Sentence

  • However, Peruvian Spanish (or Castellano as they called the language there) has infiltration from the native languages like Quechua, much like Mexican Spanish has from the native languages, especially Nahuatl. Tu preterite form
  • Where I am at now I need Mexican Spanish, phrases that are commonly spoken in las calles. Developing An Ear for Spanish
  • Naco (fmn. naca) is a pejorative word often used in Mexican Spanish to describe bad-mannered and poorly educated people. "Trailer trash"
  • Mexican Spanish has its own peculiarities because of the particular geographical position and the special cultural and historical background of Mexico.
  • I didn't have these things as a girl, and I don't know these words either in peninsular Spanish or Mexican Spanish. hermano Kitchen elements terminology
  • For me, Tejas (with a Mexican, not Spanish jota -they sound pretty different) is kind of an affectation in English, but I can use the adjective Tejano (more or less like in Mexican Spanish though it won't normally take any inflection) which refers (not exclusively) to hispanic things in Texas. PRONUNCIATION WARS IN TEXAS.
  • What on most ranches in the Southwest is called a ketch (catch) rope is a reata in Mexican Spanish. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVIII No 4
  • It can also designate a language variant; for example, "en-US" for American English, "en-GB" for British English, or "es-MX" for Mexican Spanish.
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