Monthly Archives: February 2013


As a precaution, this “idiom” is a little more controversial when it comes to Spanish speakers. However, I found it too interesting to not share it. At least as I’ve found in my research, some Spanish speakers have heard it … Continue reading

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Same-Sex Marriage… what’s going on today?

Last blog I gave a basic history on the fight for same-sex marriage, including court cases and important laws passed either in favor of or against same-sex marriage. This week, I want to look at what is going on today … Continue reading

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Moderating Strategy

I think this moderator experience is going to be very interesting. I’ve never done something like this before. Heck, I’ve barely ever participated in a debate. So what’s my moderating strategy? Good question. But I can make some educated guesses. … Continue reading

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¡Feliz San Valentín!

So I’m going to take a break this week from the idioms, and instead talk about Valentine’s Day in Spanish-speaking countries. In the US, couples celebrate Valentine’s Day. It’s about love, being together, holding hands, kissing, and all that jazz. … Continue reading

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Are you the second table’s plate? Or the main course?

Now that Valentine’s Day is coming up, I figured this idiom would be fitting. I’m hoping all of you are main courses! In Español, they say that somebody is “un plato de segunda mesa” (the second table’s plate) or, “el … Continue reading

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