Frizztext Story Alphabet M, Learning Spanish, mal, Maracuya, muy, muy bueno, muy malo, spanish alphabet
Frizztext’s alphabet challenge rolls on to the letter M. Shall we roll through a few words that I often hear in Latin America?
Anyone who has lived in Latin America will often hear the word “Muy.” “Muy” (Moo-ey) means ‘very,’ as in this food is ‘muy bien’ or ‘muy bueno’ or ‘muy rico.’ In any language, good food is good food!
Sopa de Mariscos is a hot soup filled with seafood, and yes, it’s muy rico/very rich!
Malo is never a word one enjoys hearing because it means, ‘bad.’ Continue reading