The first lady, Dr. Jill Biden, became the focus of social media on Wednesday after she missed a sentence in Spanish, but it seems that she and President Biden may have attended the same language course.
Before Joe Biden was sworn in as president, he received some “face-to-face meetings with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer after the first general election.” Spanglish” review, DN.Y.
At that time, the presidential election was popular in November. The camera told “In my Oval Office, Mikasa, you CASA”, when it appeared, he meant to say “Mikasa ES Sucasa”, which means I Your home is your home.
JILL BIDEN was selected as Spain’s exciting attempt
As previously reported by Fox News, Jill Biden (Jill Biden) misread the word “SíSe Puede!” this week, the word to in Spanish is “Y we can do it” ‒ in California The authority icon César Chávez in a speech to pay tribute to the birthdays of labor leaders and citizens in Delano, State of Delano.
This phrase was promoted by Chavez and his co-founder Dolores Huerta, and was used by the organization as its motto in the 1970s. Other militant groups have also adopted it.
Jill Biden did pronounce the phrase correctly elsewhere in the speech.
BIDEN TELLS PELOSI and SCHUMER’MI CASA, YOU CASA’
Encourage politicians to learn Spanish, which is the second most common language in the United States
Tingge announced in February that it had partnered with Boto Latino to urge newly elected officials to continue to work hard to learn Spanish and go beyond propaganda.
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However, when politicians try to learn the language, there are many misunderstandings about translation.
For example, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio found himself in trouble after citing revolutionary leader Che Guevara when he was unsuccessful in his presidential campaign. He used the phrase “hasta la victoria, siempre”, which means “until eternal victory”, which is related to Guevara.
De Blasio has also been criticized for trying to give President Donald Trump the #ConDon nickname, which can be translated into Spanish condoms.