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I will explain Spanish expression proposed by Marco via Facebook: “al pie de la letra”. I will explain its meaning and I will give some examples on how you can use it in conversational Spanish. It´s important to know and understand Spanish expressions and idioms or Spanish sayings because they are used everyday communication between native speakers. I will do more often this kind of podcasts so you can get to know well all the Spanish expressions necessary to understand and participate in conversations in Spain. Today’s episode has a slightly different format. I dedicate one part of it to pronunciation. What do you think about this format? Do you like it? Please let me know in the comment section below. And if you also have any question about Spanish idioms, expressions or Spanish sayings, you can contact us via Facebook, Twitter or here by recording your voice message. I take note of all your suggestions, and I will try to reply to all of them in the near future. Further Reading and Resources to Become Fluent in Spanish
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Your Challenge for Today Try to use this expression this week. You can use it in your conversations with friends, or simply practice it on your own. How many times will you use it this week? I’d love to hear about your thoughts and experience after listening to today’s episode in the comments below. Quote to Keep Your Motivation for Learning Spanish High: Deja de esperar que las cosas pasen. Sal ahí fuera y haz que pasen Not following us on Pinterest? WhaaaAAAAaat!? Click here to fix it! ;) - https://es.pinterest.com/PodcastEspanol/