The answer to how much butter do you want in spanish depends on what you’re planning to eat for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Luckily, it’s fairly easy to decipher restaurant menus in Spanish if you know the language basics. We’ve gathered some of the most common recurring dishes and ingredients so that you can feel confident ordering off any restaurant menu in Spanish.
Unlike English, which has numerous spelling and pronunciation distinctions, Spanish has very few. However, some new learners of the language struggle with a specific sound in the Spanish word “butter”: the letter r is pronounced differently and takes some practice to master. In addition to knowing the right Spanish measurement words for cooking, it’s also important to understand how to talk about tipping in Spanish. With Berlitz’s Spanish Vocabulary Builder, you can master the key phrases for all your favorite meals in no time. Just don’t forget to order a side of salsa! Enjoy!