EVERYDAY SPANISH/ Shopping Lingo

EVERYDAY SPANISH/ Shopping Lingo

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Most expats struggle to learn Spanish, yet most agree that learning Spanish is advantageous in relocating and getting settled into life in Cuenca. To aid in this transition, Cuenca Expats Magazine will have in each upcoming issue a practical Spanish lesson for everyday living. Each lesson will have a situation an expat faces daily and some Spanish words and phrases to help successfully navigate that task.

Shopping Lingo

EVERYDAY SPANISH/ Shopping Lingo
EVERYDAY SPANISH/ Shopping Lingo
EVERYDAY SPANISH/ Shopping Lingo
EVERYDAY SPANISH/ Shopping Lingo
EVERYDAY SPANISH/ Shopping Lingo
EVERYDAY SPANISH/ Shopping Lingo

La yapa is a KichWa

La yapa is a KichWa common concept when you buy something (food in general: fruits, vegetable, juice…) It is said to someone in the market or in an informal place (not at a supermarket), to ask that they give you a bit more of what you’ve bought as a goodwill gesture.

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