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If you think Halloween is fun, try enjoying it in Spanish this year! Our newest lesson is a Halloween vocabulary list. Your efforts won't be wasted — many of the words can come in handy at other times of the year as well. You also may be interested at this time of learn to learn more about the Day of the Dead. It's a Mexican holiday that has some resemblance to Halloween but far different origins.

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October 28, 2010 at 5:47 pm
(1) Lydia Wilson says:

I must say that I find your Spanish information very informative. I am now learning Spanish and your information encourages me quite a lot to continue.

Keep up the good work. Your willingness to share your knowledge is the most humane thing you can do. You are surely making an indelible mark in the minds of millions on planet earth. Who knows, maybe even in the minds of those in parts of the universe that we do not know.

November 3, 2010 at 3:45 pm
(2) Jack Bowers says:

Many thanks Gerald for your daily Spanish lessons, words and general information. Back in college about 50 years ago I took five quarters of Spanish and still remember a lot of mechanics but cannot speak. With the world travel that my wife and I do each year — I have a renewed interest in Spanish. Your email lessons are exceptional — much better instructional material than I remember in college. With the help of your emails, a Pimsleur course and Rosetta Stone I am making good progress to being able to speak.

November 3, 2010 at 7:08 pm
(3) Jewell Kirwin says:

Me gustan mucho los dichos, refranes y las palabras que reciba cada dia. Estoy aprendiendo mucho de los ejemplos y las explicaciones. Gracias por todo.

November 3, 2010 at 7:11 pm
(4) Jewell Kirwin says:

donde esta la articulo sobre ciento o cien? “When not to shorten ciento”? Quiero leerlo, pero donde esta?

November 4, 2010 at 1:08 am
(5) Mirta Luque says:

La forma correcta de decir el dicho es: Mas vale pajaro en mano que cien volando. Siempre nos referimos al numero 100 de esa manera “cien”. Cuando el numero cien esta seguido por otro numero entonces se transforma en “ciento”, por ejemplo, ciento cuatro, ciento cinco, etc.

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