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    Spanish names of some international movies

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      This is a table containing the names of some international movies and their corresponding Spanish translations for Mexico.  Sometimes, movies receive a different Spanish name in Spain.   English Title Spanish Title (Mexico) Titanic Titanic The Godfather El Padrino The Lord of the Rings El Señor de los Anillos Star Wars La Guerra de […] More

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    The Organic Architecture of Javier Senosiain

    organic architecture by Senosiain

    Javier Senosiain is a Mexican architect who has made a name for himself in the industry thanks to his unique and refreshing approach to architecture. Instead of following modern and conventional trends, Senosiain has chosen to create structures that are more in tune with nature. Senosiain’s approach focuses on creating buildings that harmoniously integrate into […] More

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    Some traffic signs in Spanish

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    Traffic signs in Spanish-speaking countries.   Traffic signs or señales de tráfico or señales de tránsito in Spanish are similar to international traffic signs, however, not all traffic signs are the same in all Spanish-speaking countries. Estacionarse means to park in Mexico and other Latin American countries, but in Spain, they say to aparcar. Estacionarse […] More

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    Bob Ross in Mexico


    Bob Ross

    Bob Ross visited Mexico in the 1990s. You might have watched Bob Ross’ new documentary on Netflix. In this documentary, there are many interesting interviews with Bob’s son and some friends and business partners. They talk about his presentation in Central Park and how many thousands of his fans of all ages attended the event. […] More

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    10 expressions that are not so easy to figure out. Príncipe Azul.

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    Príncipe Azul

      10 expressions that are not so easy to figure out.   Expression Approximate literal translation (what you might think you actually heard) Explanation mirar feo a alguien.(MX) to look ugly at someone? to uglily look at someone? to give someone an ugly look? It could be a dirty look, but I would say that […] More

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    La Casa de las Flores: La Película.


    La Casa de las Flores

        These are notes about La Casa de las Flores movie on Netflix. I will try to explain expressions and facts that only not-so-young people from Mexico might understand. Timestamps are approximate, I couldn’t find the setting that indicated the exact current time, just the remaining time is indicated. 00:01. regañar. to yell at, […] More

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    El Rey

    El Rey, José Alfredo Jimenez.

    El Rey is a very popular mariachi song that almost every Mexican knows from memory, just like the Himno Nacional, Las Mañanitas, Las Golondrinas, or Cielito Lindo. This is Plácido Domingo’s version in Washigton, D.C.       Yo sé bien que estoy afuera Pero el día en que yo me muera Sé que tendrás […] More

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    El Árbol del Tule.


    Árbol del Tule

    El Árbol del Tule is one of the biggest and oldest trees on Earth, it is not too far from the City of Oaxaca, in Mexico.   In the 1980s, opera singer Plácido Domingo made a video where el Árbol del Tule is the main character. The Tule Tree is 2000 years old, and despite […] More

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    Museo Menonita Chihuahua

    Not all Mexican citizens speak only Spanish. Besides the dozens of indigenous languages, in several areas of Mexico like Chihuahua, Campeche, Zacatecas, Quintana Roo, there are people who speak Plattdeutsch. There are different varieties of this language in Germany, Holland, Ukraine, Canada, Mexico. The one that is spoken in Mexico has a base of Prussian […] More

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    10 expressions that are not so easy to figure out

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    Here are 10 common random idioms you may have trouble with if you hear them for the first time: Expression Approximate literal translation (what you might think you actually heard) Explanation camión (Mexico) a truck? camion is a truck in Italian, French, Romanian, Portuguese, Spanish, etc. in Mexico, just in Mexico,  they also call buses […] More

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