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Expresiones de afecto

I love you (care for you): Te quiero I love you (more serious): Te amo I (female) am in love: Estoy enamorada I (male) am in love: Estoy enamorado You are beautiful (to a female): Eres guapa You are handsome (to a male): Eres guapo You make me happy: Me

Frases de amor

En un beso, sabrás todo lo que he callado. (Pablo Neruda (1904-1973) Poeta chileno.) With one kiss, you’ll learn everything I’ve kept to myself. Amor con amor se paga. You repay love with love. El amor entra por la boca. The way to someone’s heart is through their stomach.  El amor es

10 Spanish Words That Have No English Translation

The Huffington Post compiled a list of 10 Spanish that don’t have an exact equivalent in English:   1) Sobremesa: That moment after eating a meal when the food is gone but the conversation is still flowing at the table: La sobremesa de los almuerzos de los domingos es muy divertida.

Expresiones con la palabra “lengua”

How well do you know the “lengua espanola”? Test your knowledge with these phrases featuring the word “lengua”.   Buscarle la lengua a alguien (colloquial): to try to pick a quarrel with sb, be spoiling for a fight/an argument Con la lengua fuera (col): to be out of breath, panting, dog-tired

Los usos de “parecer”

The verb “parecer” can have distinct uses and equivalents. Let’s see the different things we can express with just one verb:   1) Parecer(se): tener un parecido (to look like + person/object) Pareces una reina. You look like a queen. Él se parece mucho a su padre. He looks a