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FYI, there are places in Latin America that never say "fresas". Don't be surprised by blank stares. It can be frutillas.
Not getting this literal translation of
tocar to mean "to touch". I'd always understood
tocar to mean "to take", as in "He doesn't take meat", meaning "he doesn't eat meat", if less literal.
Is "the girl handles the strawberries" a valid translation? Like shes inspecting them at a fruit stand or a supermarket?