It’s true that every now and then, Spanish vocab is verrrrry similar to English. However, it’s very important to not forget that it’s not always possible to add a couple of letters onto an English word in order to get your point across. Have a read and discover what you REALLY want to say… (I’m definitely guilty of a number of these).
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What do Spanish people call their frenemies? It’s simple, really—enemigos. Ha! Get it? Or am I the only one who thought that was funny.
Translation can be a tricky thing. It’s tempting to Englishize all the Spanish words we don’t know. Thus, problem becomes problemo (wrong) and perfect becomes perfecto (correct). But sometimes we get into trouble with this line of thinking.
My Top 10 Spanish Translation Mistakes
1. Estar embarazada vs. to be embarrassed
Come on, I can’t not mention it. Who hasn’t, on their first trip to Spain or Mexico or wherever, let it slip that they’re so embarazada? I know I have. Too bad embarazada means pregnant!
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