(Piloto)These are the 10 Spanish most searched words in October — According to DRAE

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In this episode, you will learn the Top10 Spanish words most searched in October 2021 (RAE).

Hemenéutica, Pichirruchi, Musaka, Cirro, Pensar, Wok, Escuincle, Escolio, and Ayudamemoria

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These 10-word lists, provided by the Enclave RAE, represent the Spanish words most consulted from 1st to 31 October 2021.

It’s my wish that even if you feel you’re a neophyte mastering Spanish for beginners students or a native trying to improve your léxico, these words might form part, since now, of your lexical repertoire.

A very special thanks to the vocabulist María Inés Arrabal, who gently collaborate with the initial introduction paragraph.

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And now, let’s start.

Que Dios reparta suerte y de mí no se olvide.

Geyser Dacosta

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