Usually this table helps a lot with figuring out the different words used in different countries, but the closest to a "jacket" it contains are the words for the jacket for a suit. Peru also uses the word casaca for it and is the only country that uses that word.
Hello there! I was just wondering if anyone had some good simple to read literature for learning Spanish, this meaning beginner chapter books in Spanish or more technical books about grammar and pronunciation?
I got it wrong because instead of saying, I want to buy a jacket, I said, I want to but a jacket. Its an honest mistake! If you have the qwerty keyboard, you'll know Y is right next to T. Why can't I type right?
you can pronounce yo as yo, jo and even sho un the south of south america, and the verb in spanish are really different than english. yo compro (i buy) tu compras/vos comprás (you buy) él ella compra (she he buys) nosotros compramos (we buy) ustedes compran/ vosotros compráis (you all buy) and ellos ellas compran (they buy) and the infitive verb (to buy) is comprar.