Learning Spanish With Toontz Toys

What is TOO? The Latin root of toto is to “go”. In fact it means the opposite of go. Meaning of toto (phonetic) Is: I went there! (Separate them with commas)


There are many reasons as to why people would want to know what the root meaning of toto is. Reasons like: when was I born, who was my mother, or what does the tooth stand for? Many people want to check their dictionary definitions forin toto before writing a sentence. When was I born? Who was my mom?

What can we learn from the root meaning of toto? We can learn the essential literary terms used in our daily lives. For example, we can learn the main character’s name, what he or she is doing in certain circumstances, how and where he or she travels, and much more.

One of the most famous plays in English, Rent It, is written in the main character’s native language. It is also written in English but is heavily accented in Spanish. The play itself centers on the American dream, i.e. the dream of escaping wage slavery to have a good job in a rock band, selling drugs for tips, and living a carefree life in California. The play, and the character, are both Americans.

The play revolves around a young boy, Michael Taylor, who is a drug addict and a member of an American hard rock band in California. The band consists mainly of two people: vocalist Frank Sinatra and guitarist Ray Lane. The group’s singer, Frank Sinatra, sings primarily in Spanish while the guitarist, Ray Lane, is mostly in English. The rest of the band consists mainly of Americans and they live in an apartment in New York City. At one point in the play, the lead character, Porcaro, suddenly decides to sing in both languages.

In Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Arthur Miller, Toontz has two characters that speak in Spanish, namely, Don Perrin and Mrs. Robinson. The first, Don Perrin, is a Spanish lawyer and second, Mrs. Robinson, is a Dutch cook who appears only in the last third of the play. When the play starts, Don Perrin is drunk and Mrs. Robinson is upset about not seeing her son, Don Perrin. She tells her husband, Carlos, that she wants to leave Spain and go to America with her son. Just then, though, Don Perrin calls his wife and the two end up singing a song in both languages to show their support for their wife.