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Tomarle el pelo a alguien

This wonderful Spanish colloquial expression means to “to fool someone” or “to kid someone”, probably with the intention of teasing them. In English, we might say “to pull someone’s leg”. The origen of the expression “tomarle

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Spanish Idiom: “Ver las estrellas”

WHACK!! OUCH!!  *&!*%$!! It’s happened to all of us. The culprit might have been contact sports, a low-hanging branch, a rough-housing sibling or a telephone pole that leaped into your path as you wandered along the

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What is the SIELE exam?

The SIELE is an international evaluation exam of the Spanish language. Is a unique multilevel test that allows you to obtain the SIELE certificate, a document that includes the score obtained in each of the four

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Cincinnati Police Officers Learning Spanish

CINCINNATI – There are few scenarios where conveying clear, concise information is as important as the situations faced by law enforcement officials. It can be a matter of life and death on the street, or it

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“One can never have enough socks,”

“One can never have enough socks,” said Dumbledore. This is but one of many clever quotes taken from J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”, and if you are both a fan of Harry Potter,

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