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No notes for slide. Por ende, lo considero el idioma moderno Boricua! Speaking Boricua xiii When I first moved to Puerto Rico, I already spoke Spanish fluently, had traveled and lived in Latin America extensively, and was quite sure that my move to Puerto Rico would be an easy transition. What a fool I was!


I began listening to lunch conversations, reading the newspaper, or just following the conversations of friends at late-night gatherings, to add to The List. More often than not new words to me popped up in conversations.

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This allowed me to observe the language in its raw, unedited daily usage. I chose the title Speaking Boricua! Thus, the naming of the modern language, Boricuan! I have compiled this list largely based on my personal experiences with Spanish, specifically in Mexico, Chile, Argentina and Puerto Rico.

At the same time, this is not meant to be a definitive source on Puerto Rican language or slang. I have included short sections on grammar and pronunciation for the occasional person like myself that actually enjoys these things. In my opinion, the nuances in any language can be better appreciated once the local grammar and pronunciation are understood. Languages are creatures that live and breathe, each with its own character and personality; they also provide a wonderful understanding of a culture and its people.

But most importantly, they entertain. I hope this makes you smile. Every once in a while, however, it is not possible to list a word as it is pronounced, because the pronunciation is so far off from the actual word ex. Throughout the lexicon the following abbreviations have been used to facilitate the understanding and uses of words: Abbreviation Meaning alt. Alternate Spelling ex.

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Example exp. Expression 8. Plural pr.

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Pronunciation sl. Slang syn. Following the symbols in bold is the phrase which has been written as pronounced. Then in parentheses is the correct written form of the phrase. In the case of a word that has more than one definition, each definition is marked by its corresponding number, and then followed by the definition. In the text of Example 2, the information within the quotation marks is a direct translation from Spanish. This is included when the exact translation help clarifies the meaning of the text, or offers a touch of humor. Also in this example, in italics, is a reference to another phrase, which provides a synonym of the phrase as well as give a more detailed definition.

In the main text of the definition, parentheses are used to give more detail for a definition or an example to help clarify the definition. While sometimes these usages are grammatically incorrect, they are so widespread that they are accepted as being correct. Below are examples: 1. For the 2nd person singular, past tense preterite the correct conjugation of a verb is -aste or -iste ex. You will hear people sometimes add an extra letter S to the end of the conjugated verb. Mi llanto ya nadie lo escucha. Puedo sobrevivir lo que me venga. Entonces comenzaron a planificar nuestra huida.

Ella no hubiera sobrevivido una semana.

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    • Las cinco familias que ocupan cada uno de los pisos bajo el nuestro, esperan nuestra partida. Los que eran amigos han dejado de serlo. Vive en un constante sobresalto. Siente que paga culpas de otros: de sus padres, de sus abuelos, de cada uno de sus ancestros por los siglos de los siglos. Soy una Strauss. Soy Alma Strauss.