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Spanish Tongue Twisters (Las Trabalenguas) Spanish Tongue Twisters (Las Trabalenguas)

El vino vino, pero el vino no vino vino. El vino vino vinagre
(The wine came, but the wine didn't come as wine. The wine came as vinegar)

Poquito a poquito, Paquito empaca poquitas copitas en pocos paquetes
(Little by little, Paquito packs wine glasses in a few boxes)

Una amiga gordita amigajonadita
(A chubby, cuddly girlfriend)

Como dice el viejo dicho, y ese dicho yo le he dicho
(As the old saying says, and that saying I have said)

¿Cómo comes como como? Si yo como como como
(How do you eat like I eat? If I eat like I eat)

Mi caballo pisa paja, paja pisa mi caballo
(My horse steps on hay, on hay steps my horse)

Los mariscos amarillescos son muy deliciosos
(The yellowish seafood is very delicious)

Un perro rompe la rama del arbol
(A dog breaks the branch of the tree)

Tres tristes tigres tragaban trigo en un trigal
(Three sad tigers were swallowing wheat in a wheat field)

Jorge el cerrajero vende cerrajes en la cerrajería
(George the locksmith sells locks in the locksmith shop)

Tres pollos bolos peludos, tres peludos pollos bolos
(Three round feathered chickens, three feathered chickens round)

Una cacatrepa trepa tiene tres cacatrepitos
(A caterpillar that climbs has three baby caterpillars)

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