Advanced Spanish Podcast 96 – Los Bomberos : Notes in Spanish – Learn Spanish with Podcast Audio Conversation from Spain. Audio Player [Download MP3] Marta worked in a UK school for a while this year, and her experiences highlight just why the Brits can be uptight and the Spanish much more relaxed!
It’s all about the firefighters! Saludos desde Madrid! Ben y Marina [Download MP3] We discuss adoptions in Spain, and a recent terrible case from Argentina. ¿Sabes si hay muchas adopciones en tu país? [Download MP3] Marina talks to Maria Rosa about life as a woman under Franco’s dictatorship. ¿Qué te parece el hecho de que María Rosa tuviera que contar con el permiso de su marido para abrir y sacar dinero de su cuenta bancaria? [Download MP3] What happens when rats take over an entire region in India?
[Download MP3] As China prepares for the Olympics, protests erupt around the world. [Download MP3] Mobile phone madness in the Metro, golfing in bed, and those infernal ring tones… Click the Play button above to listen now! [Download MP3] Does any work get done in a Spanish office? [Download MP3] [Download MP3] Diario con las últimas noticias, fotos y vídeos de Bizkaia. English to French, Italian, German & Spanish Dictionary. ANTENA3.COM - Noticias - Series online - Televisión - Videos - Programas.
Programas de televisión a la carta - Entretenimiento - Series online - TV online. Amusing Spanish Idioms. See also Spanish Slang, Spanish Words & Phrases An idiom is a phrase that is understood to have a meaning different from its literal meaning.
For example, in English when we say “it’s raining cats and dogs” we mean it’s raining heavily, it’s a downpour. Like the cats and dogs example, idioms are fun, colorful expressions and the direct translation of an idiom from one language to another is often hilarious. Below are some of my favorite Spanish idioms. This is not an exhaustive list of Spanish idioms but rather a selection of amusing Spanish idioms that at one time or another caught my attention. No tiene dos dedos de frente. Tiene más lana que un borrego. A otro perro con ese hueso. La carne de burro no es transparente. Cada quien tiene su manera de matar pulgas. Da un beso a la botella. El hijo de la gato, ratones mata. Antes que te cases mira lo que haces. Más vale pájaro en mano que cien volando. Mientras que en mi casa estoy, rey soy. Yo tengo una tía que toca la guitarra. Spanish Idiom Dictionary. Spanish idioms are essential to understanding and communicating with native speakers.
Because Spanish is spoken in so many different countries, extra care is required when learning idioms. Make sure to pay attention to who is saying what under what circumstances before you attempt to use anything but the most common expression. Browse below to take a look at just how many different ways you can express yourself in Spanish. a (la) merced de at the mercy of (n.b.: the “la” is often omitted) a altas horas de la madrugada in the small hours of the morning a cargo de in charge of; responsible for; by a causa de because of; as a result of (lit.: at the cause of) a chorros in abundance; plenty; lots a contrapelo wrong way; backwards; backassed a corto plazo in the short run; short-term; in the short term (lit.: at short place) a deshora at an inconvenient time.