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comment Is the resemblance between the words “churir” and “churros” more than coincidence?
I too am very interested in this answer. Surely, the chur in both words share a significant root. The ch has a wide occurrence in itself, bit.ly/1prUUfb, even Arabic uses this sound, so it's hard to conclude it being of latin or arabic origin.
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comment What does “churir” mean?
You know, I had the exact same thoughts when looking this up. A churro does have a wrinkled (or ridged) texture and I suppose that texture is what I am referring to. Ridged texture. Unfortunately, I cannot find anything else on the word churir..
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answered “TANTO o más importante” vs “TAN o más importante”
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comment What does “churir” mean?
wordmeaning.org/other-meanings.asp?ID=36545, espadiamapas.webs.com/mexicanslangtoenglish.html
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comment What does “churir” mean?
I googled for the word churido and the preview for this page appeared. bit.ly/1icN6nv. Also, under the first result I saw envejecido and made an immediate relegation and assumption.
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comment What does “a la orden” mean?
Yes Masta!, Aye Aye Captain!, Whatever you say!
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answered What does “churir” mean?
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answered ¡Hay moros en la costa!
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comment Learn basic vocabulary
Any way that you can find to integrate the Spanish language into your daily entertainment rituals, i.e music, film, books, etcetera... is the best possible way to practice by yourself. I learned a great deal of what I know from listening to music, translating the lyrics, singing along, and pretty much just dissecting every word and phrase and soaking up the fullest meaning possible.
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answered Is there a certain rule for s-aspiration
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answered división en sílabas de palabras con -tl- (atlas, atleta etc.)
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answered Why is trabajar being conjugated here?
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answered How do you say “coming” in Spanish?
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answered Is there a trick to remembering 'llevar' and 'traer'?
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answered Preterito v Imperfecto
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comment Was “rr” ever considered officially a letter of the Spanish alphabet?
Most likely so. This was in 1st to 5th grade.
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comment voiceless vs voiced consonants / consonantes sordas vs sonoras
Tongue twisters are the way to go! If not that, then just repeat da, de, di, do , du outloud in the mirror or something when you're alone.