anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following is a word borrowed from the Spanish language and used in the English language? la hamburguesa la medicina el zíper la tortilla
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
So we have four choices. We need to pick the one word, that does not have its own translation, in English. For example, look at the first choice: la hamburguesa. Have you ever heard the word "hamburguesa" spoken in English? Probably not. And that's because we have our own word, for "hamburguesa." "Hamburger." So, the first choice isn't the answer. I bet you can look at the other three choices, and figure out the correct choice. Which of those three words is heard in the English language?

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