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  1. Jan
    February 25, 2015 @ 11:27 am

    Naturally charming……..I love it all over again……………..


  2. Roger
    June 25, 2014 @ 10:13 am

    It must difficult signing checks


  3. Mina
    June 18, 2014 @ 8:50 pm

    You are welcome!


  4. Love
    June 18, 2014 @ 2:15 am

    Yes, you did a great job! I thank you. You cover my questions. I thought I was going to have ask you what ‘de’ mean, but you covered that part to, it was like you read my mind. I think that is my first time seeing a name like that, with the ‘de’.


  5. Mina
    June 17, 2014 @ 2:24 pm

    Yes, you are correct. The ‘ez’ makes last names! A Latin girl always keeps her name and adds her husband’s. Ex: Teresa Rodriguez de Gonzalez. Her maiden name is Rodriguez the ‘DE’ means ‘OF’ Gonzalez, which makes her the wife of Gonzalez. I hope I was clear! And I am glad I was able to clarify your questions the first time!


  6. Love
    June 17, 2014 @ 4:52 am

    Thank you, for teaching me. You worded everything perfect, and I was able to understand you. About the last names: gonzalez, lopez, and sanchez. Do the (ez) on the end make the names become last names? I just noticed, that each name has a (ez) on the end. Also, there was another question. If a latina girl gets married, which part of her name changes?


  7. Mina
    June 16, 2014 @ 10:29 pm

    Your last example has 3 last names..gonzalez lopez sanchez are all last names, not middle names. In latin america is customary to use the father’s lastname and the mother’s as well. Example: Ramiro (1st name) Miguel (middle name) Gonzalez (father’s lastname) Lopez (mother’s lastname). Long name but latinos are used to it so its not that long (do i even make semse! Lololol?). Ramiro Miguel Gonzalez Lopez. 🙂


  8. Love
    June 16, 2014 @ 2:28 am

    This was a good classic comedy show by Mr. Gonzales. Spanish names are a little different from english. English the name is always read as: first name, middle name, and father last name. How do Spanish names read? Is it first name, father last name, and middle name? or is the mother last name included too, some where? For example: John Gonzales Lopez <— what part is the middle name. Another example: John Gonzales Lopez Sanchez <— how do I read a name like this, what are the parts of the names here? This is something that always confused me.


  9. Ruby
    June 15, 2014 @ 7:07 pm

    I’ve seen this clip many times and it still makes me laugh. I do wonder if it was scripted.


  10. Ali
    June 15, 2014 @ 6:20 pm

    I love these old clips. Mr. Gonzales sure is a character plus he’s comedian and didn’t know it. I’d like to think he is still with us. Thanks for sharing the video. 😀


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