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Common Spanish Idioms: Here Comes the Sun

Common Spanish idioms help Spanish students sound more natural. Idioms are fixed phrases that have a figurative meaning. This sense is totally different from the literal meaning that the words in the idiom would have separately. Since this summer Europe has suffered several heat waves, we think that it might be a good idea to [...]

By |2019-07-29T18:19:23+01:00agosto 14th, 2019|Just Spanish, Words made in Spain|Sin comentarios

Spanish at the airport: conversations and vocabulary

Are you ready to speak Spanish at the airport? Tomorrow it starts the most demanded month to go on vacation: August. Around 10.2 million tourists came to Spain last year, according to TURSPAIN. This flood of people has confidence that they will be able to communicate in English at the [...]

By |2019-07-29T10:02:51+01:00julio 31st, 2019|Words made in Spain|Sin comentarios

Saint Valentine’s Day vs Singles’ Day: Learn Spanish with love

Every 14th of February, couples all around the world, celebrate Saint Valentine’s Day. Parks are full of tortolitos (lovebirds), las floristerías (florists) hacen su agosto (make a killing) and miles de bombones (thousands of chocolates) will be devoured. However, not everybody knows what is celebrated today, one day before, on [...]

Madrid Fashion Week 2019: 5 expressions for “hablar a la moda”

Welcome to Madrid, welcome to la moda española. From tomorrow, 24th to next Tuesday, the 29th, the capital of Spain becomes the capital of world fashion because of Madrid Fashion Week 2019. Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Angel Schlesser, Custo Barcelona or Desigual will be some of the most popular Spanish firms that will be [...]

By |2019-01-22T13:08:56+01:00enero 23rd, 2019|Spanish World, Words made in Spain|Sin comentarios