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Vertigo

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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Carnaval in Bolivia

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Jael from Bolivia tells us about Carnaval in her native country.

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Multilingual portals that can fast-track your language learning: try Deutsche Welle

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

Portuguese

подсолнечник Максимилиана

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

Spanish Language

... And Now Miguel

NEWBERY MEDAL WINNER – 1954

… and Now Miguel

by Joseph Krumgold
illustrated by Jean Charlot

Age: 8 +

Interests: coming of age stories, farming, family, siblings, New Mexico, sheep, religion, responsibility 568 more words

Books

Aflac and Amateur Spanglish

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

Marketing To Latinos