Each and every

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

To call a spade a spade

The word “spade (pala) you may know. But how do you “call…

Do you sometimes grouse?

Perhaps. “Grouse” is a noun with two meanings and a verb. First,…
sheep

Sheep

“Sheep” (oveja) you may well know. It is single and plural.…

As easy as pie

“Pie” (tarta, pastel, and empanada) you may know. You can…
Carrot

Carrot

“Carrot” you may know (zanahoria), and you may have eaten…
are-you-on-the-level

English Grammar: Are you “on the level”?

“Level” you may know. It is an adjective meaning not sloping…

Wooden

“Wood” (madera) you will know, and perhaps “wooden” (de…

Are you a fellow?

Probably, in one way or another (de una forma u otra), or perhaps…

Have you ever quaked in your boots?

“Quake” is a verb and a noun. First the verb and some examples.…