Bones

Bones

“Bone” (hueso, espina) and “bones” you may understand.…
blonde or blonde

Blond or Blonde?

In English a man is “blond” (rubio) and a lady is “blonde”.…
wind

"Wind"

“Wind” (viento) you will know. Here the focus is on some…

Each and every

These two words are often very similar and a source (fuente de)…

“It is him”

There was an article by a well-known (muy conocido) English writer,…

Do you know your onions?

The word “onion” (cebolla) you may know. You may have eaten…
Heat

Heat

“Heat” (calor) you may know. There is a phrasal verb “heat…
A-cup-of-tea-?

A cup of tea ?

English people like to drink tea (té), and sometimes, in the…

Are you a juggler?

Probably. A juggler (malabarista) works in a circus (circo).…
three o more options

Do you have three alternatives?

No is the simple answer. “Alternative” comes from Latin and…