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Spanish Phrase of the Day: Es demasiado caro

Thursday, June 3, 2010 19:01

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Translation: It’s too expensive

Pronunciation: es day-mah-see-ah-doh cah-roh

Spanish Phrase of the Day: Pare en el próximo semáforo, por favor

Friday, May 28, 2010 20:00

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Translation: Stop at the next traffic light, please.

Pronunciation: pa-ray en el prox-ee-moh seh-MAH-foro

Spanish Phrase of the Day: Repítalo, por favor

Thursday, May 27, 2010 19:19

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Translation: Please repeat it.

Pronunciation: ray-PEE-tah-loh por-fah-vohr

Spanish Phrase of the Day: ¿Cómo te fue el fin de semana?

Tuesday, May 18, 2010 18:32

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Translation: How was your weekend?

Pronunciation: coh-moh tay fway el feen day say-mah-nah

Spanish Word of the Day: Cuánto cuesta?

Thursday, May 13, 2010 17:24

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Translation: How much is it/ How much does it cost?

Pronunciation: kwantoh kways-tah

Spanish Word of the Day: Ni siquiera

Thursday, April 15, 2010 9:11

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Translation: not even

Pronunciation: nee see-kee-yera

Spanish Phrase of the Day: Es lo que es

Tuesday, March 30, 2010 11:30

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Translation: It is what it is

Pronunciation: ess loh kay ess

 

Spanish Saying: De mal en peor

Wednesday, March 3, 2010 13:03

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Translation: From bad to worse

Meaning: Every language has this sort of expression when trying describe a situation that is not improving.

Spanish saying: Hoy por ti y mañana por mí

Wednesday, November 18, 2009 13:16

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Translation: Today for you and tomorrow for me.

Meaning: You do something for someone today and they do something for you tomorrow. This can be used in the same way as the English expression: “You scratch my back and i’ll scratch yours”.

 

Spanish Sayings: Billetera mata galanes

Tuesday, November 17, 2009 12:27

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Translation: The wallet kills the handsome man.

Meaning: This is used to refer to a gold digger (someone who only thinks money is important).  

 

 

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