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Fun Fact Friday: 5/22/15--Esposa-Wife and Handcuff

Did you know that in the Spanish language “esposas” means “wives,” but also “handcuffs?”

My husband, as the jokester he is, brings this up during many social gatherings. 72 more words

Fun Fact Friday

Detour Signs: "You Have a Grape-Fruit Sized Tumor Inside You."

“You have a tumor the size of a grapefruit on your uterus,” the ER doctor told me nonchalantly before sending me home with prescriptions for pain & anti-nausea medication. 1,484 more words

Guatemala

Something to cheer about

Yes, here’s something for lovers of Spanish-English word connections to cheer about: English got the word cheer from Old French chiere, which had developed from Late Latin… 98 more words

Spanish Language

¿Tenéis un cigarro?

– Hola. ¿Tenéis un cigarro?

Si. – Hola. – Gracias.

¿De qué curso sois? De cuarto.Y tú eres nueva, ¿no?

Porque si no, ya te habríamos visto. 49 more words

Colloquial Spanish

Still So In Love With You (просто чтобы посмотреть, Вы снова встать) In Spanish, Russian* and Portuguese

“Still So In Love With You”        (To See You Stand Again)

(For the memorial of AZ’s governor)

I’m still so in love with you,
Just to see you stand again, 245 more words

Compassion

The weekend in Lake Titicaca

What an amazing weekend exploring Lago Titicaca! Some friends that I made at Maximo Nivel and I went to Lake Titicaca for a two day excursion! 394 more words

Still here / noch da.

It has been a while since I last wrote a post in this blog. The main reason for my absence is the amount of plans that I have been carrying out lately. 824 more words

Education