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(SPANISH BELOW/ABAJO EN ESPAÑOL)

Discover the most common Spanish words beginning with "c" along with these Spanish paintings and new curiosities 👀:

🖌Un mundo, Ángeles Santos Torroella (Portbou, 1911 - Madrid,2013): More than 577 million people speak Spanish in the world, making it the second language with more native speakers.
🖌 Danza del fuego, Ricardo Sanz (San Sebastián, 1957): Flamenco is a typical art of southern Spain. It is the result of the mixture of various cultures such as the Jewish, Christian, Arab and Gypsy cultures and its origin dates back to the 18th century.
🖌 Robison Crusoe, Eduardo Arroyo (Madrid, 1937 - Madrid, 2018)
🖌Aitana, Consuelo Hernández (Tornavadas, 1948).

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Descubre las palabras españolas más comunes que comienzan por "c" junto con estas pinturas españolas y nuevas curiosidades 👀:

🖌Un mundo, Ángeles Santos Torroella (Portbou, 1911 - Madrid,2013): Más de 577 millones de personas hablan español en el mundo, convirtiéndolo en la segunda lengua con más hablantes nativos.
🖌 Danza del fuego, Ricardo Sanz (San Sebastián, 1957): El flamenco es un arte típico del sur de España. Es el resultado de la mezcla de varias culturas como la judía, la cristiana, la árabe y la gitana, y su origen se remonta al siglo XVIII.
🖌 Robison Crusoe, Eduardo Arroyo (Madrid, 1937 - Madrid, 2018).
🖌Aitana, Consuelo Hernández (Tornavadas, 1948).

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Good morning everyone 🌞! From La Dante in Cambridge we wish you a great start to the week.
As you know, these are hard times for many countries in the world: distancing ourselves from the people we love, isolation, fear... This song shows how the pandemic has been in Spain. It has given strength to many people during these difficult times too. We hope that you enjoy the song (English lyrics below) and that you and your families are well at this time. We wish you all the best.

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If You Love Her
If she loves you
You will have inside the feeling of having it all
You will have the luck that just some crazy people have
If she loves you, how lucky you are

If she loves you (If she loves you )
You will see the world dancing slowly underneath its spotlight
You will have strength to recover from any rip
If she loves you, how lucky you are

If she loves you, you’ve touched the sky
The doors of the universe open
When she loves you there is only one direction
The outcome of any dream
Is in her mouth if you touch it
She loves you, the world is colored

If you love her never let
The distance to put out the fire
And take care of her like the bird takes care of its flight
If you love her, how lucky you are
If you love her you will want the Sun
To be delayed a whole life
And the streets to leave you two alone in the break of dawn
If you love her, if she loves you

Jealous
Everybody in the world is jealous
Destiny’s perfect game
Nothing can beat it

If you love her
The magic will always be
In your hands when you wake up
Neither in seven lives has been seen a cat so lucky
If you love her, and she loves you

The end of any dream
Is in her mouth if you touch it
She loves you, the world is colored

If you love her never let
The distance to put out the fire
And take care of her like the bird takes care of its flight
If you love her, how lucky you are
If you love her you will want the Sun
To be delayed a whole life
And the streets to leave you two alone in the break of dawn
If you love her, if she loves you

Jealous, everybody in the world is jealous
Destiny’s perfect game
Nothing can beat it
Jealous, everybody in the world is jealous
(Everybody in the world is jealous)
Destiny’s perfect game
Nothing can beat it

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Adivina adivinanza… ¿qué es oro líquido?
- Dinero 💰
- Champán 🥂
- Aceite de oliva 🌿
- El reflejo del sol en el mar 🌞

Descubre el significado de esta expresión aquí: bit.ly/2FIezqx

Apóyanos y dale a like!

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Canción: El amor brujo, Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)

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Riddle: What is golden liquid?
- Money 💰
- Champagne 🥂
- Olive oil 🌿
- The reflection of the sun on the sea 🌞

Discover the meaning of this expression here: bit.ly/2FIezqx

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Song: El amor brujo, Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)

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Did you know the most commonly used words beginning with “B” in Spanish? Once again, we bring you the most common words along with Spanish art and new curiosities 👀:
- La Malvaloca, José García Ramos (Sevilla, 1852 – Sevilla, 1912): Carnations are the national flower of Spain. In the past, they were used by peasants to decorate their hair, houses, and in religious festivities. Nowadays, they are still strongly associated with Flamenco and culture in southern Spain.

- Retrato, Lita Cabellut (Sariñena -Huesca-, 1961): Hair veils, scarves or turbans have been a very present feminine accessory in the Spanish culture for centuries. However, in the 16th century, Italian fashion encouraged women to leave their hair free. Nevertheless, nowadays, veils are still used to cover women's hair for religious or traditional reasons in Spain.

- Tres músicos, José de Ribera y Cucó (Játiva, 1951 – Nápoles, 1652).
- El passeig de Colom, Picasso (Málaga, 1881 - Mougins, 1973)

More curiosities:
* Do you know what “oro líquido” means in Spanish?: bit.ly/3mq7jAl
* Do you know the origin of the “tapas”?: bit.ly/3c3kS3X
* Why does Spain has so many bars?: bit.ly/3c1Kka6

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