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Pepita Talks Twice Vocabulary
Spanish a language Pepita speaks to Lobo in Spanish.
grumble a complaint; to complain Sue did not grumble about all of the homework she had to do.
tiptoed walked quietly Matt did not want to scare the deer; so he tiptoed across the log.
ducked lowered ones head and body to avoid being seen by others
tortilla a round, flat Mexican bread
enchiladas tortillas rolled around a filling, then covered with spicy sauce
tamales meat or fruit filling rolled in cornmeal dough, wrapped in cornhusk, then steamed
tacos tortillas folded around meat, cheese, and vegetables
salsa a spicy sauce usually made of tomatoes, onions, and peppers
language spoken or written human speech
mumbled said softly and unclearly Timmy mumbled, I love you Grandma.
darted moved suddenly and very quickly
nuzzled rubbed gently; snuggled close
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