Mexican Spanish is what we know best, but how does it compare to Puerto Rican Spanish? After living in Puerto Rico for two months, we came up with a list of 16 words that are different between Mexico vs Puerto Rico.
¿Guagua? ¿Pedir pon? ¿Guineo? ¿Piragua? Find out what all these mean and more as we compare some peculiar differences in vocabulary between these two distinct parts of the Spanish speaking world.
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Learn the meaning of chévere, brutal, jugo de china, guineo, plátano, muerto, guagua, pepa, funda, piragua, chiringa, pedir, pon, lechosa, pique, bulto, sato, and al garret in Puerto Rican Spanish. Or, if you’re already a caribbean Spanish expert, learn their Mexican Spanish equivalents!
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