Or, The Gender of Things, People, Animals, Places and Ideas in Spanish – Part 1
– Vertigo makes me dizzy – a student said.
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Hello, here is another look at how international broadcasters and their websites can help you with your language learning, with a focus on my five Romance languages. 481 more words
Hold your horses, pardner (as people in old American westerns used to say), this really is a post in the Spanish-English Word Connections blog. Recently I noticed that on my other blog, which deals with nature photography, the query подсолнечник Максимилиана (podsolnechnik Maksimiliana) on a search engine had brought someone to a post of mine… 194 more words
I’m yet to see how “Tu vales por two” resonates with bilinguals. Because “two” sounds contrived; the common phrase is, “Vales por dos.” For the intended effect, “two” should have referred to “ti”–instead of “tu”–as the object which receives the action; “tu” (or two as referred there) is a subject. 107 more words