What is droguita in Puerto Rican Spanish?
In Puerto Rican Spanish a droguita (literally little drug) is a cheat sheet or anything you write the answers on for a test. It could be an eraser, the back of a ruler, your desk, your hand or any body part. Students from the western part of the island called it bate or bat.
Diana and I wanted to help by giving you la droguita or our Puerto Rican Spanish Cheat Sheet. The cheat sheet (well, actually it is 5-pages long) was created for those interested in learning which are the most common words and expressions you will hear from natives.
What is the Puerto Rican Spanish Cheat Sheet?
Our Puerto Rican Spanish Cheat Sheet contains 100 words and phrases with English definitions and example sentences. Plus, the document also includes a link where you can listen to audios clips of Diana saying all the examples. With this extra bonus you will hear the pronunciation, speed and intonation of a native Puerto Rican speaker.
With these 100 terms you will have a good sample of Puerto Rican Spanish. When you are ready for more, you can advance to our books Speaking Boricua and Speaking Phrases Boricua where you will find thousands of words and expressions with examples and cool illustrations.
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