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Rosa: Hello everyone, my name is Rosa and this is Spanish weekly words and I am about to discover what the theme for this week is. It is vegetables. The first one is [berenjena] which means “eggplant”. [Mi madre hace unas berenjenas fritas con miel riquísimas.] - “My mother makes very delicious fried eggplants with honey.”
[champiñón] which means “mushroom”. [Puedes cocinar los champiñones en el microondas.] - “you can cook your mushrooms in the microwave.” That is very good.
[espinacas] means “spinach”. [Me encantan las espinacas con bechamel.] - “I love spinach with Béchamel.” This sauce is made with flour and milk.
[lechuga] - “lettuce”. [La lechuga se había podrido.] - “the lettuce was rotten”.
[pimiento] - “bell pepper”. [Tomare un bocadillo con pimientos asados.] - “I will take a sandwich with roasted bell peppers.” This is the end. I hope you learned something today. I hope you are eating enough vegetables. Yeah if you are not, you should change that. Hope to see you next week, bye.


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Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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Which word do you like the most?

Monday at 8:37 am
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Hola Connie,

Thank you for your comment.

Yes, they are different, "sal y pimienta" and "pimiento"

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Monday at 1:55 pm
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Is the word for pepper (salt and pepper) different than bell pepper?

Wednesday at 3:34 am
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Hola Zachary,

Thank you for sharing. :wink:

"Champiñon" - they are very delicious. :wink:

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Zachary Branham
Thursday at 12:18 am
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I've never tried half of these vegetables :sweat_smile: Champinon is my favorite because it is a funny word to indicate mushrooms in context to English