The word chapurrearás
is the future form of chapurrear
in the second person singular. See the full chapurrear conjugation
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Chapurreo alemán porque solo lo estudié un año.I speak broken German because I only studied it for a year.
Mis padres chapurrean inglés, pero con eso les bastó para su viaje.My parents speak English poorly, but they had enough for their journey.
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