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Wu Ting
How would you explain this Spanish word ‘carnitas’ in the context? The Zócalo was crowded with men selling ices, women in long braids selling vegetables, charlatans selling miracles. The scent of copal. Music from the organ grinders. A man selling carnitas, the hungry boys following him like dogs. Some Preparatoria students put on a play in the street about Ortíz Rubio and Calles: the president was a puppet on strings, and old dictator Calles was his puppet master. The Preparatoria students had also stilted out from school. How would you explain this Spanish word ‘carnitas’ in the context? Thanks!
Feb 13, 2014 6:35 AM
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Carnitas is pork meat. It´s common to eat that in tacos!!!!
February 13, 2014
Wu Ting
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, French
Learning Language
English