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¿De dónde viene la palabra «gracias»?

¿De dónde viene la palabra «gracias»?

La vigésimo tercera edición del Diccionario de la Real Academia de la Lengua Española otorga hasta dieciséis acepciones para el vocablo

PLÁTANO Y GUINEO | En Puerto Rico y Santo Domingo decimos ‘guineo’ para la fruta y ‘plátano’ para el vegetal. ¿Por qué? Porque así como la naranja es ‘china’ porque viene de la China, al guineo lo llamamos ‘guineo’ porque llegó a las Antillas desde del Golfo de la Guinea en África, a través de las Islas Canarias.
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Spanish Words for Bathroom and Bathroom Components #Infographic #LearnSpanish

Spanish Words for Bathroom and Bathroom Components: INFOGRAPHIC

One of the first things you learn in a foreign language is how to ask where the bathroom is. I’m sure many people who speak only minimal Spanish can spit out the word baño while they frantically dance about, showing their urgency. While baño will generally get you what you want, it’s certainly not the […]

SOBRE LOS PLÁTANOS Y TOSTONES | Posiblemente, la etimología de la palabra ‪tostón‬ "radica en el nombre de una moneda acuñada por España específicamente para sus colonias de América, voz también utilizada por las Islas Canarias para aludir a cierta denominación de dinero."
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Spanish Word for Popcorn #LearnSpanish #Vocabulary
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17 Spanish Words for POPCORN: Infographic

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17 Spanish Words for Popcorn: Infographic and Posters | But as simple as it sounds, when it comes to a Spanish translation it is not easy. Here is a list of 17 Spanish words for popcorn used in Latin America. #LearnSpanish #SpanishTeachers #Posters

17 Spanish Words for POPCORN: Infographic

Popcorn or popping corn is an all time favorite to munch at the movies. You can have it salty or sweet or you can even string it as a Christmas decoration or packaging material. But as simple as it sounds when it comes to a Spanish translation it is not easy. Here is a list […]

13 Words in Spanish for Snow Cone: Infographic and Posters | Snow cones may be simple, but finding a common name in Spanish-speaking countries can be complicated. #LearnSpanish #SpanishTeachers #Posters

13 Words in Spanish for Snow Cone: Infographic

Snow cones are a favorite treat for kids. This shaved ice treat is made in many countries around the world. Some shave the ice with a machine, and some still do it by hand. Also, there is a variety of flavors. There are even different methods to eat one. You can eat it or you […]

12 Spanish Words for PEN: Infographic and Posters | This simple and common item can be identified with so many words in Spanish-speaking countries. Take a look at this infographic that lists 12 Spanish words for pen and the countries that use them. But there’s no need to panic or try to memorize all the words. If you use the word bolígrafo you can be understood almost anywhere. #LearnSpanish #SpanishTeachers #Posters
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12 Spanish Words for PEN: Infographic

Lets pretend that you are going to be transferred for work to a Spanish-speaking country. You might already know Spanish, so there will be no “language barrier” that will affect your transition to your new company. That was exactly what I thought when I moved from Chile to Argentina in 2001. When I arrived at […]

15 Spanish Words for KITE: Infographic and Posters | Show your students how the Spanish language varies among countries with this poster of the many Spanish words for "kite." Each word includes some of the countries that use it according to the reference sources we consulted and from our personal experiences. #LearnSpanish #SpanishTeachers #Posters

15 Spanish Words for KITE: Infographic

You’d think that the Spanish word for KITE would be an easy word. Four letters, nothing fancy, just some twigs, paper and string. A mere kid’s toy. Simple, right? Quite the opposite, folks. It turns out there are at least 15 Spanish language words for the same object. KITE comes to mind as the word […]

11 Spanish Language Words for DRINKING STRAW: Infographic and Posters | Drinking straw is another example that illustrates the diversity of the Spanish language. It’s amazing how a simple object is identified in different ways in Spanish speaking countries. #LearnSpanish #SpanishTeacher #Posters
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11 Spanish Words for DRINKING STRAW: Infographic

Drinking straw is another example that illustrates the diversity of the Spanish language. It’s amazing how a simple object is identified in different ways in Spanish speaking countries. We’ve put together this infographic “11 Spanish Language Words for DRINKING STRAW” to help anyone learning Spanish as well as native speakers to understand the vocabulary variations. […]

Spanish Words Pinterest board by Speaking Latino includes example of how the vocabulary varies among countries. #LearnSpanish
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THE MATRIX: English to Spanish Words Compared by Country

Spanish Words Pinterest board by Speaking Latino includes example of how the vocabulary varies among countries. #LearnSpanish

Los anglicismos más utilizados en español | "Un anglicismo en un préstamo lingüístico que se hace del idioma inglés a otra lengua. Este préstamo se realiza bien porque se ha realizado una mala traducción de la palabra, o porque no existe una palabra equivalente en ese idioma y normalmente se produce de forma fonética. Los préstamos no adaptados con algún tipo de modificación, se denominan extranjerísmos." #LearnSpanish

Los anglicismos más utilizados en español

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The Soccer Field in Spanish and English: INFOGRAPHIC #WorldCup
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The Soccer Field in Spanish and English: INFOGRAPHIC

An infographic of the soccer field in Spanish and English. Includes basic terms of the soccer field and soccer positions.

¿AGUACATE O PALTA? LAS VOCES INDÍGENAS QUE PENETRARON EL ESPAÑOL | El primer vocablo indígena que entró en español, proveniente de una lengua antillana extinguida hoy en día, fue "canoa" #LearnSpanish

¿AGUACATE O PALTA? LAS VOCES INDÍGENAS QUE PENETRARON EL ESPAÑOL | El primer vocablo indígena que entró en español, proveniente de una lengua antillana extinguida hoy en día, fue "canoa" #LearnSpanish

El origen de las palabras del idioma español | ¿De dónde provienen las palabras de todos los idiomas? ¿Te has preguntado alguna vez de dónde vienen las palabras del español, o sea, cuál es su etimología?

El origen de las palabras del idioma español

¿De dónde provienen las palabras de todos los idiomas? ¿Te has preguntado alguna vez de dónde vienen las palabras del español, o sea, cuál es su etimología? ...

¿De dónde proviene la palabra "gringo"? | Difícil de aceptar, pero “gringo” se originó en España hace varios siglos. ¿De dónde se deriva? Nada menos que de la palabra “griego”. #Spanish #LearnSpanish

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¿De dónde proviene la palabra "gringo"? | Difícil de aceptar, pero “gringo” se originó en España hace varios siglos. ¿De dónde se deriva? Nada menos que de la palabra “griego”. #Spanish #LearnSpanish