Lingo

Memburrito

[Mem-butt-e-toh]

noun
member

FourFifteeners

[For-fif-teen-a]

noun
a person with an intense love for burritos and an appetite for adventure

Animalitos

[Ah-nee-mah-lee-tos]

noun
small animals

The Nikita

[Tha ni-kee-tah]

noun
most beautiful lady in all the land

Amigos

[Ah-mee-gos]

noun
friends

Buenos Días

[BWEH-nohs-DEE-ahs]

greeting, exclamation
good morning

Mayora

[May-orah]

noun
head chef

El Hefe

[El-efay]

noun
the boss

Hola

[OH-lah]

informal greeting
hello

Adios

[Ah-deeohs]

exclamation
goodbye

Salud

[Sal-ood]

exclamation
cheers

Mestizo

[Mes-TEEZ-o]

noun
mixture

Caliente

[Cal-ee-en-tay]

adjective
hot

Frijoles

[free-HOH-lehs]

noun
beans

¿Hablas Español?

[AH-blahs ehs-pah-NYOHL]

question
do you speak Spanish?

Mujeres

[moo-HEH-rehs]

noun
women

Estaba delicioso

[ehs-TAH-bah deh-lee-SYOH-soh]

statement
it was delicious

Que pase un buen dia

[keh PAH-seh un BWEHN DEE-ah]

statement
have a good day

Me llamo

[MEH YAH-moh]

statement
my name is

Muchas Gracias

[Moo-chahs GRAH-syahs]

exclamation
thank you

Maximo De Cinco

[Mahx-e-mo day sink-o]

noun
high five

Fresco

[Fres-coh]

adjective
fresh

Burro

[Burr-oh]

noun
donkey

Hombres

[OHM-brays]

noun
men

Por favor

[POHR fah-BOHR]

exclamation
please