Expressions that only Spaniards understand-part I 1-Cada palo que aguante su vela This means everyone need to carry out their job, taking full responsibility and not blaming anyone else. Imagine your co-wroker wanted to become the manager of the … Continued
“también” and “tampoco”-how and when to use them TAMBIÉN We use it when someone say something, a positive sentences and we agree with that statement Example Estudio español I study Spanish Yo también So do I/me too … Continued
“ENTREVISTA CON LOS EXPERTOS”-Episode1 So here it is…the “entrevistas con los expertos-Episode1” Enjoy it! Transcript of the interview below too, just in case 🙂 Buenos días Charlotte y gracias por estar con nosotros y compartir tu experiencia con nosotros. … Continued
TALKING ABOUT WORK IN SPANISH So let’s start with some basic questions, an ice breaker for any conversation, some of the most popular could be ¿En qué trabajas? Or ¿A qué te dedicas? –What do you do? ¿Desde cuándo … Continued
Spanish expressions with animals 1-Ser más lento que una Tortuga As a slow as a snail/molasses I think that explains it all… Imagine you are looking after your little nephews because your sister is on holidays and you need … Continued
Difference between “ya” and “todavía” A lot of people get these two mixed up, because they do not have the trick, I will be giving away later. The reason you got them confused is because they have sooo many different … Continued
HOW TO WISH A HAPPY NEW YEAR IN SPANISH What do Spaniards the 31st of December? Opposite to most of the countries I know Spanish celebrate this night with family, it is a social party too, of course-we are Spanish! … Continued
Sentences made in Spain-part II- 1-No dar palo al agua-not to give a stick to the water Weird isn’t it?But… ok…you know that is not like it really means , right? We use this sentences when we are … Continued
the verb “pegar” and its very different meanings. 1-GOLPEAR-to hit If you would have been borned in Spain and you had a sibling your mother would have told you more than once “Os he dicho mil veces que no os … Continued
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