Well, well we have reached the sixth article of the Dominican English Dictionary and we assure you that we still have lots of words to learn. Remember put into practice the words we have learned so far (jumo, guayarse, deguabinao, jartura, yeyo).
Are you doing your list? So far we have learned 4 new Dominicans words (jumo, guayarse, deguabinao, jartura), and today we bring you another word that you should include in your repertoire when communicating with your friends in the Dominican Republic.
Welcome back to our fun and educational Dominican English Dictionary, in which every week we learn more of the words that are used daily in the popular slang of the Dominican Republic, our target is to set a better understanding between Dominicans and foreigners.
In this edition of our Dominican English Dictionary, we bring you a new Dominican word, as always, you will find several examples with which we try to explain in the best way possible these words used daily by Dominicans.
Welcome to another edition of the Dominican / English Dictionary, where each week we teach to our Casa de Campo community a typical Dominican word, in order to facilitate communication between foreigners and Dominicans.
The Dominican Republic is a unique country, not only for it’s beautiful landscapes and impressive historic monuments, but also for the charisma and flavor that characterizes our people, we make ourselves noticeable anywhere we go… especially when it comes to our unique and colorful way of expressing ourselves!
In this week’s Dominican-English dictionary post, Candiver Bienvenido, a very amusing young Dominican describes to us the double-meaning of the word ‘Chivo’ in Dominican!
In this week’s Dominican-English dictionary post, Candiver Bienvenido, a very amusing young Dominican enlightens us about Dominican men!
In this week’s Dominican-English dictionary post, Candiver Bienvenido, our favourite young Dominican teaches us how the Dominicans use the word “chin.” Today’s word is for describing an amount – we Dominicans say it when we want a small amount of food.
In this week’s Dominican-English Dictionary post, Candiver Bienvenido our 100% Dominican chica teaches us how the Dominican’s use Spanglish to find out whats going on!
The Dominican – English dictionary is back! From now on this series wil be published every Tuesday and will be contributed by Candiver Bienvenido – a 100% Dominican chica!