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Fanfarrón

» by November 13th, 2010 at 5:20 am » Comments (1)

A show-off is a fanfarrón. This is a boastful person, or a braggart. It can also be used to describe a loud mouthed or arrogant person. The feminine form is fanfarrona (without the accent). The verb form of the word is fanfarronear and means to boast, brag or show off.



Dí­a

» by September 2nd, 2007 at 10:52 pm » Comments (1)

One of the rules we learned in school was “Day is masculine, but its parts are feminine.” That has been a huge help in remembering the gender of dí­a. However, it is somewhat humorous to still hear native Spanish speakers say, “Buenas Dí­as.” Mañana This can mean tomorrow or morning. Most of the time when […]



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