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Spanish Vocabulary Fun Facts

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Spanish Vocabulary Fun Facts

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Can you pronounce the names of colors in Spanish? The color red is "rojo," pink is called "rosado," while purple is called "morado.
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Fruits are known by different names in different languages. What we call an apple in English is “la manzana” in Spanish.
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A bag is something we all carry whenever we go somewhere. In Spanish, the word for a bag is “la bolsa.” This word developed from the Old Spanish language.
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The Spanish word “Mas palomitas de maíz” means popcorns. The inclusion of the word “maiz” in this is an indicator of it referring to the corn in English we all know.
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The Spanish word “El champú” means shampoo in English. It has been derived from the word "Champu.” Champu is a Hindi language word that means massage.
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Good morning is a phrase we use when we greet someone in the morning. This word has been derived from Old English. In Spanish, Good morning is written as “buenos dias.”
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The Spanish word “metrica” is quite similar to the English word metric. The complete word “la cinta métrica” means tape measure.
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La mariposa is the Spanish word for a butterfly. There are more than 230 species of butterflies found in Spain.
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A library is a place where you can enjoy reading books. What is it called in Spanish? It is called “la biblioteca.”
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Bread is the favorite breakfast of many people around the world. How would you say bread in Spanish? It is “el pan.”