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Can You Spell Spanish Words Better Than A 7-Year-Old Native Speaker?

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  1. VANALIDAD
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    It's "banalidad," which translates to "banality," and it's spelled with a B, not a V.

  2. PELIRROJO
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    "Pelirrojo" means redhead in Spanish, and it's spelled with two Rs.

  3. EXCÉPTICO
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    It should be "escéptico," which translates to "sceptical," despite what the sceptics say.

  4. MONSTRUO
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    It means "monster," and it's spelled correctly.

  5. TELÉFONO MÓVIL
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    This one is tricky, since we spell it "mobile phone" in English, with a B, but in Spanish, phones are "móvil" with a V.

  6. DIRIJIR
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    It's "dirigir," with a G, and it means to lead or direct.

  7. DESICIÓN
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    It means exactly what it looks like, "decision," but just like in English, the C comes before the S.

  8. TRANSTORNO
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    It should be "trastorno" without the extra N, and it translates to "disorder."

  9. IDIOSINCRASIA
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    Regardless of any of your idiosyncrasies, "idiosincrasia" is spelled correctly in Spanish.

  10. HERBÍVORO
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    Exactly what it looks like! It means "herbivore" and it's spelled correctly there.

This post was translated from Spanish.

 
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