One use of the word jalar was already explained before in a post (day 25), as “jale” its slang for job and “jalar” for working (or making effort), but its also slang for going, and coming. It can be conjugated in different ways, and its always used in an informal way.
¿Vas a jalar?/are you coming?
Jalense/ come over (more than 1 person)
Yo jalo/ I’m going
Jalate/come over (1 person)
I hope you have learned something new, about the spanish that real Mexicans talk on their everyday life.
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