ASK A QUESTION How do you say underwear in Mexico spanish ?
i take spanish in school but they dnt teach us mexico spanish ( i dnt know why not because we live in san diego about 30 minutes from the border ) & they teach us that it is "la ropa interior" but i know thats not how you say it in mex. spanish .
la ropa interior
Los Chones. At least that is how the Mexicans that I hang out with in southern NM say it.
Calzones is another word for underwear.
Diarrah, Welcome to the forum but please refrain from using text talk here. This is a learning site so proper capitalization, punctuation and spelling are required.
Spanish language is spanish language wherever it is spoken, no such thing as mexican spanish and same applies to english which is also spoken in many countries.
They may technically be the same language, but the accent and vocabulary can be incomprehensible to another native speaker
More than just "technically" the same; they are "broadly"/generally the same (the similarities far outweigh the differences). In my opinion, differences in pronunciation are trivial (and , largely systematic/consistent) so that the adjustment is not at all difficult.
The differences in vocabulary tend to vary inversely with the level of education. All languages (unless their spoken range is confined to some "postage stamp" sized region exhibit regionalisms. When faced with a specific word/expression, this can be a problem but, unless one spends an inordinate amount of time discussing recipes, local flora and fauna, etc. this should only be an occasional problem.
For mens underwear it's called calzoncillos, for womens underwear it's called pantis, for thongs it's called tangas, and for underwear in general it's ropa interior.