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Diversidad lingüística del español Posted by on Nov 30, 2010

El español es una de las lenguas con mayor número de hablantes en nuestro planeta, tras el chino y el inglés, y uno de los seis idiomas oficiales de la ONU. Se habla en España, México, Andorra, la mayor parte de Centro América y Sudamérica, y hay un gran número de hispanohablantes en Estados Unidos…

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Jokes in (clean) Spanish! Posted by on Nov 29, 2010

Hey, guys, here are some more jokes in clean and easy Spanish with vocabulary so you can understand and laugh! 01. Después de corregir los exámenes, la profesora dice a un alumno: – Le puse un cero for copiarse. A lo que el alumno replica: – ¿Y usted cómo sabe que me copié? – Porque…

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How to say “again” in Spanish Posted by on Nov 27, 2010

There are cases when the same Spanish word can be expressed in different ways in English. For example, the verb “esperar” can be translated into English as “to expect”, “to hope”, or “to wait”. The opposite is also true in other cases, and today we will be dealing with one of them. The English adverb…

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Canción: No Me Ames – Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony Posted by on Nov 25, 2010

The song No Me Ames, by Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony was released in 1999 as the second single of Lopez’s On the 6 CD. As it had a limited release many think that Waiting for Tonight is the second single. The song is a cover of an Italian song called Non Amarmi, by Aleandro…

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Spanish Lesson Intermediate 8 Spanish Subjunctive Present Tense with Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives Posted by on Nov 24, 2010

¡Hola! ¿Qué tal? I hope you are all very well and enjoying your Spanish studies. We are going to continue looking into the Spanish Subjunctive Present tense, today with sentences that include an indefinite pronoun or an indefinite adjective. ¿Qué es un pronombre indefinido? Words like “alguien” (someone), “algo” (something), nadie (nobody) and “nada” (nothing)…

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El Camino de Santiago Posted by on Nov 23, 2010

Existen vacaciones de placer, culturales, de aventura… Si a esto unimos el sentimiento de una peregrinación religiosa, es posible que nos encontremos realizando el Camino de Santiago. Las reliquias de Santiago el Mayor han inspirado a peregrinos de todo el mundo a hacer este camino. La tradición se remonta al siglo IX, cuando el sepulcro…

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Review your Imperative Forms with a Poem Posted by on Nov 22, 2010

Yes, a beautiful and inspiring poem by Mother Teresa of Calcutta (la Madre Teresa de Calcuta). La vida es … Life is … La vida es una oportunidad. Aprovéchala. Life is an opportunity. Seize it. La vida es belleza. Admírala. Life is beauty. Admire it. La vida es bienaventuranza. Saboréala. Life is prosperity. Savor it…

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