So you've covered the basics in Spanish and now want to take your conversation skills to the next level.
Nothing does this better than throwing in a few common Spanish sayings into your conversation. So get ready to amaze friends, family and your Spanish counterparts with these fun and easy-to-learn Spanish sayings!
For your ease, we have also included the English translation:
Spanish phrase: Es pan comido.
English translation: A piece of cake.
Ejemplo: La tarea de matemáticas es pan comido. (The maths homework is a piece of cake.)
Spanish phrase: Hablando del rey de Roma, por la puerta se asoma.
Literal English translation: Speak of the King of Rome, and he will peek out of the door
English equivalent: Speak of the devil and he shall appear.
Spanish phrase: Matar dos pájaros de un tiro.
English translation: To kill two birds with one stone.
Spanish saying: No se puede juzgar a un libro por su portada.
English translation: You can't judge a book by its cover.
Spanish saying: Costar un ojo de la cara.
Literal translation: To cost an eye of the face.
English equivalent: To cost an arm and a leg.
Ejemplo: El coche me costó un ojo de la cara (The car cost me an arm and a leg).
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