Those who know me know that I have one key phrase in Spanish: Es tiempo para una cerveza, and that's about all I can say. Oh yeah, I can also say, Es siempre tiempo para una cerveza. And that, my friends, is the extent of my "hablo Espanol."
Unfortunately when I went to buy a MetroCard this morning, the machine was stuck on Spanish. Lucky for me, I remembered the proper key strokes to get the value I wanted on the card and proceeded to the "check out."
So if "tarjeta bancaria" means "debit card," why is it abbreviated "ATM?" No comprende.