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    All the World

    This is how Romance people say everybody: language the world all the world = everybody Spanish el mundo todo el mundo French le monde tout le monde Portuguese o mondo todo o mundo Romanian lumea (the definite article is indicated at the end, “lume+a” in this case). toată lumea Italian il mondo tutto il mondo […] More

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    El cumpleaños

    El cumpleaños There are many compound, masculine nouns in Spanish that are formed by a verb and a noun. Their noun component is usually plural, so it ends in “s,” but their overall grammatical number is singular. Examples of these words are: El cumpleaños, birthday, formed together with the verb cumplir, to fulfill, to accomplish, […] More

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    The 10 Best Cities in the World in 2021, according to Condé Nast.

          Which really are the best cities in the world? Our readers voted for their favourite urban destinations – ranking them for architecture, their buzzing food scenes and smart places to stay. How many have you been to? And – do you agree with the list? — Condé Nast Traveller (@cntraveller) March […] More

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    La Kahlo

      The use of “La” only for famous ladies. It’s a pop culture thing to refer to famous ladies using the definite article plus her last name to convey something like “the one and only.” For example: La Monroe The one and only Miss Monroe. It’s like if there were no other famous woman with […] More

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    Balas en el espacio.

          If you shot a gun in space, the bullet would travel forever because the universe is expanding faster than the bullet can move — UberFacts (@UberFacts) December 28, 2020 Scroll down for the translation.               The if sentence could be considered contrary to reality, it’s unlikely […] More

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    Dato muy importante.

      Hoy es el día 21 del año 21 del siglo 21.   Today is the 21st day of the 21st year of the 21st century. Anyone free for a beer at 21:21 tonight? — 🚨 (@disclosetv) January 21, 2021 More