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El Día Del Trabajador: How People Celebrate May Day in Spain

What is the “día del trabajador” in Spain? May Day in Spain is known as El día del trabajador or Primero de Mayo and was celebrated for the first time in 1889: its origin is the same as the International Labour Day, the worker revolt in Chicago in 1886. For the first Labor Day celebration, socialists […]

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Let’s Learn Some Spanish Easter Words

Learning Spanish for Beginners is really fun! If you study Spanish for Beginners and are enjoying your lessons, you will be happy to expand your vocabulary. In this period of the year, Easter is the most important event in Spain. People do celebrate this religious festivity all the week between Palm Sunday and Easter, the […]

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The Most Popular Words of Carnival In Spanish

Have you already learnt some words of Carnival during your Spanish language course? During this time of the year any Spanish language focuses on Carnival! It is quite an important festivity all around Spain: you can discover the best celebrations here. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, unfortunately this year celebrations won’t take place as usual, […]

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The Festival of the Three Magic Kings in Spain

Differently from other Christmas traditions, in Spain the most important festival for children is the Fiesta de Los tres Reyes Magos (Festival of the Three Magic Kings) on January 6, also known as Epiphany. The Christmas Day is also celebrated as in the whole Christian world but children receive only a small gift, waiting for […]

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Nochevieja: The Best Spanish New Year’s Eve Traditions

Nochevieja in Spain is a magic time of the year. As you probably know, Nochevieja is the New Year’s Eve in Spanish. It literally means “old night” and it is celebrated with a number of traditions and superstitions that are believed to bring luck. On the 31st December and 1st January, every year people keep […]

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Christmas in Spain: Discover Some Lovely Traditions

Do you know anything about Christmas in Spain? If you are going to celebrate Christmas in Spain, you will spend an amazing time. As in many other countries, in Spain Christmas is a fantastic period of the year. So how do Spanish celebrate? Well, first of all you have to be aware that Christmas starts […]

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What Verlo Todo De Color De Rosa Means In Spanish

“Verlo todo de color de rosa” is a new Spanish idiom to learn! Among hundreds idioms, “verlo todo de color de rosa” is a really nice one. As usual, at Happy Languages we pay a lot of attention to idiomatic expressions and we always try to introduce some of them in order to make students […]

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Take Online Salsa Classes From Home

Do you fancy some online salsa classes? Online salsa classes are a great opportunity to enjoy salsa from the comfort of your home. During this tough period, due to the Covid-19 we all had to change our habits and give up something that we love. However, many new possibilities have come up and we started […]

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What No Tener Ni Pies Ni Cabeza Means In Spanish

No tener ni pies ni cabeza is a good Spanish idiom to learn! If you hear “No tener ni pies ni cabeza” you might be a bit confused as the meaning is not very straightforward. Sometimes idiomatic expressions need a bit of interpretation: a literal translation is not enough to explain what they really mean. […]