ODD EXPRESSIONS IN SPANISH (B2, C1, C2)

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THIS IS “A ROUGH GUESS”……IDIOMS ARE ALWAYS DIFFICULT IN ANY LANGUAGE .WHAT ABOUT THE PICTURE BELOW? WHAT DO ENGLISH PEOPLE SAY? OF COURSE, THEY WOULDN´T SAY ” TO GIVE SOMEBODY PUMPKINS…WHICH IS EVEN FUNNY…..

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THAT IS WHY I AM POSTING THE ARTICLE I READ THE OTHER DY IN “EL PAÍS IN ENGLISH”.

Why Spaniards climb on chickens ( = “MONTAR EL POLLO” and other odd expressions)

EL PAÍS explains the origins of some of the strangest sayings used in the Spanish language

http://elpais.com/elpais/2016/05/23/inenglish/1464008129_154173.html

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