"Ella quiere probar este sándwich."
Translation:She wants to try this sandwich.
in argentina many people say Sánguche instead of sandwich, there are many words like this where people hear something and then make their own version of it.
Being a Spanish-as-a-second-language person, how do I know when people are making up their own words? By the way, thanks for the slang word "sánguche." I presume it's equivalent to the English word "samwich," which is a deliberate misspelling and pronunciation that people use when trying to be funny or speaking to babies (otherwise known as "babytalk").