Spanglish Juan-O-Juan: Kentucky

Have you ever thought about becoming bilingual? You can take your vocab to the next level with Micho’s “Spanglish Juan-O-Juan” class. Each week, you’ll learn an English word that has a completely different meaning in Spanglish. Micho will give examples of both meanings so you can study and form your own sentence with the word.

This week’s word is “Kentucky” as in the state where family members really, really like to love on each other, according to Micho of course. But in Spanglish, it is used differently, for example, Micho wants to talk to all the ladies, if you have a boyfriend that just criticizes you and puts you down, today is the day you have to say to him, “I Kentucky to you no more!”

Try it out and form your own sentence with the word: Kentucky

–Kristen Accardi/Shoboy in the Morning

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