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Spanish Saying: A palabras necias, oídos sordos.

What would it mean to you if I said: “To foolish words, deaf ears”?

Intuitively, you might assume that words that are in some ways foolish should not be listened to. If that was your guess, you are pretty darn close.

Listen to the video so you can hear this wonderful saying in Spanish used in context.

Read the transcript here:

BIENVENIDOS MIS FIELES SEGUIDORES A LA LECTURA DEL DÍA DE HOY. WELCOME MY FAITHFUL FOLLOWERS TO TODAY’S READING.

EN ESTA OPORTUNIDAD LEEREMOS LA FORTUNA DE MIS AMIGOS DE ¡GÉMINIS!IN THIS OPPORTUNITY WE WILL READ THE FORTUNE OF MY GEMINI FRIENDS!

GÉMINIS, SON CARIÑOSOS, EXPRESIVOS Y MUY COMUNICATIVOS; PERO MUCHAS VECES, POR EXPRESAR LO QUE PIENSAN, SE METEN EN PROBLEMAS Y LA GENTE, NO LOS COMPRENDE.GEMINI PEOPLE ARE LOVING, VERY EXPRESSIVE AND VERY COMMUNICATIVE; BUT OFTEN THEY GET IN TROUBLE BECAUSE THEY LIKE TO EXPRESS WHAT THEY THINK AND PEOPLE DO NOT UNDERSTAND THEM.

VAMOS A VER QUÉ LE ACONSEJA LA ESFERA DE LA SABIDURÍA A NUESTROS AMIGOS DE GÉMINIS.  LET’S SEE WHAT THE SPHERE OF WISDOM ADVISES TO OUR FRIENDS OF GEMINI.

MUY INTERESANTE, “A PALABRAS NECIAS, OÍDOS SORDOS”.VERY INTERESTING, “TO FOOLISH WORDS, DEAF EARS”.

¿QUÉ QUIERE DECIR ESTO? QUE CUANDO LA GENTE TE ATAQUE, SIN MOTIVO APARENTE, NO PRESTES ATENCIÓN, GÉMINIS.WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? WHEN PEOPLE ATTACK YOU WITHOUT APPARENT NO REASON, DON’T PAY ATTENTION GEMINI.

SI TE INSULTAN O DICEN MENTIRAS DE TI, HAZ COMO SI NO LOS HUBIERAS ESCUCHADO.IF PEOPLE INSULT YOU OR SAY LIES ABOUT YOU, PRETEND YOU DIDN’T HEAR THEM.

RECUERDEN, AMIGOS: “A PALABRAS NECIAS, OÍDOS SORDOS”. REMEMBER MY FRIENDS: “TO FOOLISH WORDS, DEAF EARS”.

Y ESTO HA SIDO TODO POR HOY, NOS ENCONTRAREMOS PRONTO EN OTRA OPORTUNIDAD PARA MÁS CONSEJOS.AND THIS IS ALL FOR NOW, WE WILL MEET SOON FOR MORE ADVISES.

En esta lección aprendimos la frase idiomática: “A palabras necias, oídos sordos” y se utiliza cuando una persona insulta o dice mentiras de otra persona.

In this lesson we learned the idiom: “To foolish words, deaf ears” and we used it when a person tells lies about us or insults someone.

 

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