Listen to the Spanish podcast on false cognates, pairs of words in the same or different languages that are similar in form and meaning but have different roots Read more
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When you say “CAMINAR” you are speaking about walking with a purpose (normally for pleasure but also to think, to evade from any problem, to do exercise, etc.). Read more
QUIZAS, QUIZAS, QUIZAS (PERHAPS)
By NAT KING COLE Read more
Published: August 4, 2008
Read it at the NYTimes
The men sat at opposite ends of a coffee table speckled with a half-dozen books — on the history of New York’s municipal lawyers, on the subway system’s rich architecture. Their legs stretched out, left foot resting on the right, they were mirror images of disparate worlds: the tutor, an immigrant from Colombia, with his student, the mayor of New York, face to face for 90 minutes in an elegant chamber at City Hall. Read more
Learn how to write and pronounce the numbers 1 to 20 in Spanish.
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