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Insightful and thought-provoking quotations from the pen of the author of One Hundred Years of Solitude along with their English translation. Brought to you by Spanish Quotes.
Culled from the work of the Argentine writer, author of the existentialist novel 'The Tunnel', a page-full of Sabato quotes along with their English translations. A great page of Spanish Quotes.
A page-full of prescriptions to help us succeed in life and avoid its stumbling blocks, in the form of Spanish sayings - translated and commented upon.
Julio Cortazar, Amado Nervo, Jorge Luis Borges, Pablo Picasso and many more. Find out who resonates with you and practice your Spanish along the way as you read these Spanish quotations....
The arrogant, the greedy, the envious, the cowardly and the lazy... Spanish sayings tease, teach and rebuke one by one, putting everyone to his proper place!
Sprinkle your conversation with these gems of popular wisdom to make it come alive. Spanish sayings will also give you some food for thought...
Canny and quite quote-worthy...sparks of genius of great personalities of Hispanic culture. Original Spanish Quotes along with our English translation of them.
Find the meaning and English equivalents of Spanish idioms and expressions, along with examples of use from Spanish and Hispanic American literature. A unique resource for Spanish learners!
Let these delicate and captivating creations melt on your literary palate. They are short Spanish poems by three great Spanish poets: Federico Garcia Lorca, Jorge Guillen and Rafael Alberti.
A real Mexican is never at a loss for words. He always has a cartridge-full of Mexican sayings ready at the tip of his tongue. Once you've read this, so will you.
Mole, frijoles, atole, champurrado...straight out of the kitchen, Mexican sayings that Mexicans use to give every situation its right spice!
Featuring hens and roosters, cows and bulls, donkeys, horses, monkeys and parrots… these Mexican sayings evoke endearing scenes of Mexican rural life.
Tasty titbits from the pen of the great Argentine exponent of magical realism. Enjoy these Jorge Luis Borges Quotes in Spanish along with our English translation of them.
He held himself to be, more than an exponent of Surrealism, its very embodiment. The first of the following Dali quotes expresses this in no uncertain terms...
From "a buen entendedor pocas palabras bastan" to "zapatero a tus zapatos", you´ll find here some of the most famous Spanish Sayings, translated and fully explained!
Our personal recommendation for anyone wishing to attend Spanish courses in Madrid is to enrol for courses at the Nebrija University, or for those who would prefer a private school, at Enforex.
Aside from its legendary historical beauty, Salamanca is the most important city in Spain for the teaching of Spanish. Let us tell you where to learn Spanish in Salamanca!
At Enforex you can create your own travelling-learning itinerary attending Spanish language schools in Madrid, Barcelona, Salamanca and up to 9 other Spanish cities!
Most of these Spanish proverbs, or proverbial phrases, are so well-known and commonly used, that if you are at all serious about learning Spanish, you simply can't do without them...
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Get acquainted with Mexican language-folklore... and some of our quirkiest idiosyncrasies: Ten selected Mexican proverbs for you to savor.
You'll be glad to meet with these old acquaintances on foreign soil: good old English proverbs in Spanish!
We candidly admit to being super excited to announce that the first version of the Dictionary of Spanish Idioms and Expressions is now done, with over 350 entries and 230 literary examples.
We hope you'll enjoy it!
Find the meaning and English equivalents of Spanish expressions and idioms, along with examples of use from Spanish and Hispanic American literature. Viento en popa, venir como anillo al dedo...
Find the meaning and English equivalents of Spanish expressions and idioms, along with examples of use from Spanish and Hispanic American literature. Ser pan comido, ser de pocas pulgas...