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However, there are several less traditional sets of cards, depicting different objects or animals. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Mexican game. For the horse racing event, see Gran Premio Lotteria. For the fast food chain, see Lotteria. Not to be confused with the Spanish national lottery i. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.

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Behave yourself buddy, or the little red one will take you away. Sir Ferruco in the lane, wanted to toss away his cane. For the sun and for the rain. Don't be swayed by the songs of the siren. In Spanish, sirens and mermaids and their song is synonymous. Ascend me step by step, don't try and skip. The tool of the drunk. So much did the bricklayer drink, he ended up like a barrel.

Commonly Used SLANG Words - Basic Mexican Spanish Phrases

He who nears a good tree, is blanketed by good shade. Give it to me or take it from me. Why do you run, coward? Having such a good blade too.

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Put the bonnet on the baby, lest he catch a cold. Death, thin and lanky. He who waits despairs. A pun: espera "to wait" and es pera " to be a pear" are homophones in Mexican Spanish.

Understanding Basic Spanish Punctuation

Green, white, and red, the flag of the soldier. There playing his lute, is Simon the mariachi.