Ledon-style Spanish Lesson #2

The word for today is CULPA, which means fault

Not to be confused with PULPA, which means pulp

Not to be confused with PULPO, which means octopus

Bonus:

PULPITO means baby octopus but it also means pulpit

Not to be confused with PALPITO, an irregular heart rhythm

 

Application:

It’s the baby octopus’ fault that the father octopus has arrhythmia

Es culpa del pulpito que el papΓ‘ pulpo tenga pΓ‘lpito

 

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