“Dominican Spanish” It’s a thing and everyone needs to hear about it.

I was born and raised in New York City by Dominican parents. Being Dominican is really a blessing. The culture, the food, the beauty that is our Quisqueya la Bella. It’s great until you’re in Spanish class and you’re told that Poloche is not a word… what you mean it’s not? You know the shirt you wear, with the collar? Poloche? Oh, you mean, Polo Shirt…? Our parents have been in this country longer than we have and somehow, English is still a foreign language to them. “Dominican Spanish” is truly one of a kind. It’s a language all on its own. I decided to share with you guys the Top 5 most commonly used Dominican words/phrases to make your interaction with us a little bit easier.   

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