Ledon-style Spanish Lesson #3

The word for today is PANCHO, which is a nick name for those who are named Francisco

Not to be confused with PLANCHO, which is, I iron (as in ironing clothes)

Not to be confused with PONCHO, which is, as you know, a woolen garment

Or PINCHO, which means: I pinch

 

Application:

I pinch Francisco and iron his coat

Yo pincho a Pancho y plancho su poncho

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 papá pulpo tenga pálpito