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  • Guatemala: San Francisco, El Alto

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    This is the Spanish translation of our previous blog “San Francisco, El Alto”. Motor económico en Totonicapán En el mercado de San Francisco, El Alto se generan unos Q10 millones cada semana.  Este mercado ha sido considerado como uno de los más grandes de Centroamérica. Los comerciantes de textiles, verduras y frutas se colocan en […]

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  • Guatemala: San Francisco, El Alto

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    Economic engine in Totonicapán In the market of San Francisco, El Alto generates about 10 million Quetzales each week. This market has been considered as one of the largest in Central America. The merchants of textiles, vegetables and fruits are placed in space inside the area assigned in the large plaza. In the parking area, […]

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  • Why To Learn Spanish

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    Spanish is one of the most beloved languages in the world, appreciated globally. The very beautiful sound of Spanish pronunciation gives the language an inescapable magnetism. No wonder the number of people learning Spanish is growing so rapidly these days. Here are some reasons why to learn Spanish. To start with, Spanish is 2nd most […]

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  • Turkey in Green Mole

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    Happy Thanksgiving! Have you finished all your grocery shopping for the big Turkey Day? Not yet? Or your are tired of the same menu every year and want to change? Below I share the Latin fusion Turkey dish; “Turkey in Green Mole” from Saveur. As you may already know, Thanksgiving is unique to the United […]

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  • Tips for Choosing a Good Spanish Tutorial

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    Planning to learn Spanish or looking for good Spanish tutorial? The charming Spanish accent has compelled many to delve further into the language, and Spanish lessons have excellent benefits. Knowledge of Spanish will improve your international communication immensely, which can really help your career. If you are serious about learning Spanish, you have to enroll […]

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  • False cognates 11: Tuna! Tuna! Tuna?

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    Let’s learn a couple of easy false cognates today. tuna = cactus fruit v.s. atún = tuna “¿Te gusta tuna (Do you like ‘tuna’) ?”, my friend Carmenci asked me.  “Sure.” I answered thinking she would make me delicious tuna salad.  She served me a fruit which looked like a baby watermelon, green skin with […]

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  • Guatemala: Leyendas

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    This is the Spanish translation of our previous blog “Legends”. Guatemala es un país donde las leyendas y los misterios forman una parte muy importante de su cultura. La mayoría de sus leyendas son conocidas también en sus países vecinos de Centro América y México, aunque los relatos pueden tener ciertas variaciones. Existieron en Guatemala […]

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  • Guatemala: Legends

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    Guatemala is a country where legends and mysteries are a very important part of their culture.  Its most legends are well known in the neighboring countries of Central America and Mexico even though the stories may have some variations. In Guatemala there were legendary and creepy creatures that punished people who committed some wrong.  Or […]

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  • False cognates 10: “I don’t want to bother you…”

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    “No quiero molestarte…”  My friend, Patricia, uses the word “molestar” a lot.  At first it sounded very weird because it sounds very much like the word “to molest” in English.  This Spanish word “molestar”, however, doesn’t have a lewd connotation.  It simply means “to bother”.   molesto, molesta = bothersome, annoying Estaban muy molestas cuando […]

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