Spanish Saying of the Day: A lo hecho, pecho



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"A lo hecho, pecho".












This Spanish saying means that when something irreparable has happened, there is no use regretting it. You must be brave and overcome it. Pecho (literally, chest) is associated with courage.

I guess that at this point you already know how to translate this saying. It means "There is no use crying over spilt milk". Easy, isn't it?



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Spanish quote "Cálmate y haz como si no fuera lunes"


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Today's post is intended to wish you a great Monday and week. Do you know what it means? It means "Keep calm and pretend it's not Monday". Funny, isn't it? 









Enjoy your week and learn the days of the week with audio



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Spanish Saying of the Day: A abril con sus chaparrones, sigue mayo con sus flores



Spanish saying of the day "A abril con sus chaparrones, sigue mayo con sus flores". Visit www.soeasyspanish.com







"A abril con sus chaparrones, sigue mayo con sus flores"







This is a Spanish saying related to the weather. At So easy Spanish! we love weather sayings :)
It means "April showers bring May flowers". In April, the weather is still unsettled: there are rainy and sunny days . In consequence, flowers blossom in May. 

Have you noticed that months in Spanish do not begin with a capital letter? 


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Spanish Saying of the Day: Borrón y cuenta nueva



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"Borrón y cuenta nueva"












I like this saying very much, because it means that you should forget bad things and start again, as if nothing had happened. You will quickly understand this, because the English equivalent is "Let's make a fresh start". 

This saying is not literally translated. Borrón means inkblot. Cuenta nueva means a new calculation. This saying is supposed to be born when pen and ink were used.



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