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El Huaso Chileno: Cultural Spanish Activities for Class | A booklet with cultural Spanish activities around "El Huaso Chileno." Spanish teachers can present the Chilean Huaso with a video and other activities. #Chile #Huaso #Video

A booklet with cultural Spanish activities around "El Huaso Chileno." Spanish teachers can present the Chilean Huaso with a video and other activities.

Más feo que diablo chupando limón | Literal translation: Uglier than the Devil sucking a lemon. Meaning: Really, really ugly. #SpanishSayings #Chile

"Más… que…" Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

Más feo que diablo chupando limón | Literal translation: Uglier than the Devil sucking a lemon. Meaning: Really, really ugly. #SpanishSayings #Chile

Más transpirado que calcetín de cartero | Literal translation: Sweatier than a postman’s sock. Meaning: Extremely sweaty. #SpanishSayings #Chile

"Más… que…" Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

A total of 22 illustrations of exaggerated comparisons in Spanish. Meaning and translations of all these funny Spanish sayings are included.

Más apretado que traje de torero | Literal translation: Tighter than a bullfighter’s suit. Meaning: Cheapskate, extremely cheap. #SpanishSayings #Chile

"Más… que…" Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

A total of 22 illustrations of exaggerated comparisons in Spanish. Meaning and translations of all these funny Spanish sayings are included.

Más asustado que pez para Semana Santa | Literal translation: More scared than a fish for Easter. Meaning: Extremely scared. #SpanishSayings #Chile

"Más… que…" Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

Más asustado que pez para Semana Santa | Literal translation: More scared than a fish for Easter. Meaning: Extremely scared. #SpanishSayings #Chile

Y TÚ, ¿CACHAI EL CHILENO, PO’? En esta educativa y entretenida crónica personal, Iris nos invita a recorrer el arduo camino del aprendizaje del “español chileno”. ‪#‎Chile‬ ‪#‎SpanishSlang‬

Y TÚ, ¿CACHAI EL CHILENO, PO’? En esta educativa y entretenida crónica personal, Iris nos invita a recorrer el arduo camino del aprendizaje del “español chileno”. ‪#‎Chile‬ ‪#‎SpanishSlang‬

20 signs you're culturally Chilean #Chile

20 signs you’re culturally Chilean

Más enredado que abrazo de pulpo | Literal translation: More tangled than a octopus’ hug. Meaning: A confused, mixed-up situation. #SpanishSayings #Chile

"Más… que…" Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

A total of 22 illustrations of exaggerated comparisons in Spanish. Meaning and translations of all these funny Spanish sayings are included.

Más negro que piojo de minero | Literal translation: Blacker than a miner’s louse. Meaning: Extremely black. #SpanishSayings #Chile

"Más… que…" Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

A total of 22 illustrations of exaggerated comparisons in Spanish. Meaning and translations of all these funny Spanish sayings are included.

Más doblado que conejo de mago | Literal translation: More folded than a magician’s rabbit. Meaning: Extremely drunk or high. #SpanishSayings #Chile

"Más… que…" Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

A total of 22 illustrations of exaggerated comparisons in Spanish. Meaning and translations of all these funny Spanish sayings are included.

Más transpirado que caballo de feria | Literal translation: Sweatier than a fair horse. Meaning: Really sweaty. #SpanishSayings #Chile

"Más… que…" Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

A total of 22 illustrations of exaggerated comparisons in Spanish. Meaning and translations of all these funny Spanish sayings are included.

The Beginner’s Guide to Chilean Slang | Chilean Spanish defies any and all reason. Between dropping every other “s” and “d” and adding extra “poh’s” at the end of words, Chileans have concocted their very own breed of incomprehensible Spanish – which even other Spanish speakers admittedly find challenging. #Chile #SpanishSlang

15 French Slang Words Every French Learner Should Know - l'argot français (read before sharing with students)

¿CÓMO ENTENDER A LOS CHILENOS? 10 DE LAS FORMAS MÁS RARAS CON QUE SE COMUNICAN | Más allá de los típicos modismos y muletillas como el “poh” y “te cachai”, los chilenos tenemos una forma de hablar muy característica, que llama profundamente la atención de los extranjeros. #Chile #SpanishSlang

¿CÓMO ENTENDER A LOS CHILENOS? 10 DE LAS FORMAS MÁS RARAS CON QUE SE COMUNICAN | Más allá de los típicos modismos y muletillas como el “poh” y “te cachai”, los chilenos tenemos una forma de hablar muy característica, que llama profundamente la atención de los extranjeros. #Chile #SpanishSlang

Más doblado que chino con visita | Literal translation: More bent over than a Chinese with visitors. Meaning: Drunk, trashed. #SpanishSayings #Chile

"Más… que…" Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

A total of 22 illustrations of exaggerated comparisons in Spanish. Meaning and translations of all these funny Spanish sayings are included.

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