Why sneezes can’t pass without comment, as other involuntary expulsions of air manage to do, is beyond me.
My trips to Argentina have been usually confined to the city of Córdoba and its environs. I’ve wanted to see a little more of the country and so we took a side trip to Mendoza, the city at the heart of Argentina’s wine country.
I found out today that in Argentina, the brand Colgate is pronounced phonetically as col-ga-te. In a curious twist, colgate in Spanish means “hang yourself.”
What to do when “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” is checked out of the library? Borrow the Spanish translation.
Someone is going to have to explain to me how to use the W in Spanish Scrabble.