Multicultural Spanish Dictionary

Multicultural Spanish Dictionary

How Everyday Spanish Differs From Country to Country

Book - 1999
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Is Spanish one language? Yes and no. A grapefruit in Guatemals is una toronja. In Argentina it is un pomelo. A waiter in Mexico is un mesero; in Uruguay, un mozo. In Spain eyeglasses are gafas; in Cuba, espejuelos. The list goes on and on. This dictionary tells you what all the others don't. It guides you through the many variations of Spanish and helps you identify and use everyday Spanish like a native.
Publisher: Rockville, Md. : Schreiber Pub., c1999
ISBN: 9781887563451
Branch Call Number: 463.21 MAR
Characteristics: xii, 251 p. ; 22 cm


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