10 Spanglish Words You May or May Not Be Pronouncing Wrong

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Cornflakes 

One of our fondest memories is growing up with the word "conflei" in the house. And this word wasn't limited to just cornflakes. It applied to every cereal box in the cupboard.

Truck

There's already a Spanish word in place for "truck," but why use it when you can just add an "a" at the end and adopt "troca” instead?

Yogurt

We're craving some “yogoorr” right now. Umm, we mean yogurt.

Tennis Shoes

It’s pronounced (mispronounced) “taineese.”

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