Deep inside France, on the street you might hear someone speaking colloquially and then the word vache and some of it’s other forms might pop-up in the conversation and throw you off the context. Vache is actually the French word for cow. Colloquially it can have a few meanings. And […]
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La Carnival de Barranquilla, Quien lo vive, quien lo goza The Carnival of Barranquilla, Who lives it, is who enjoys it When it comes to parties or fiestas the latinos are 2nd to none. They love a good party and like to make it last as long as they can. […]Read more ›
A Sou is a colloquial French word which can translate to penny, money or cents The most common introduction to the word sou is when someone is penniless and they will say “Je n’ai pas de sou“. I don’t have a penny/cent. The currency sou has not been in […]Read more ›
When learning a language, as we delve deeper into the language, we start to notice words that are used frequently. Sometimes we find these words confusing because the same word has many different meanings depending on the context. Rollo is one such word in Spanish that has that effect. Although […]Read more ›