This is just the word right here, just right for the rice. I get it, you don’t get it. It’s not like it doesn’t make sense, and it wasn’t a good idea for me to use the word. It’s a good word for rice because it’s a good way to make rice that’s all grown on a plant.
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I know this is one of those words people tend to avoid, but I am talking about the word “Sopa de Río”. This word means “soda” in Spanish. The “s” in “sopa” is silent, and the word “sopa” is a type of flat white rice.
I know this is a word that people tend to avoid, but I had an argument with my sister about this word one time. She asked me what the word was, and I said it was a “sopa de río.” I think it was the only word she has ever asked me to explain. So, I went and checked my dictionary and sure enough, there it is.
I had no idea what she was talking about. She explained that she was talking about the Spanish word for the soda, río. I would have thought she would have been more careful to not confuse río with ríos. But she wasn’t. She wanted to know the Spanish word for the soda, and I explained that it is the Spanish word for the rice. In English, ríos are “rice fields.
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I’m aware that I’ve used the words río and ríos before, but I’ve never used them in the context of soda before. This is the first time I’ve ever used those words in this context.
Because it sounds like a good idea, you can use the word ríos and ríos in different contexts. There’s a lot of overlap between these words and the word ríos, but I’ve never used them in a context that I’ve used before.
Ive never used the word ríos in a context that Ive used before, so Ive never used it in that context. But if Ive used it in the context of soda, then that makes it a great word to use. It means “rice” in a different context, and Ive never used the word ríos before, so it sounds as if it could be used in a context that Ive never used before.