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"Books and movies are like apples and oranges. They both are fruit, but taste completely different."

- Stephen King

Dec 13 Noche Buena Traditions

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By- Angela Padrón

’Twas the night before Christmas, and all through la casa . . . this may be the beginning of a poem heard on La Noche Buena (Nochebuena), or Christmas Eve. Every Christmas Eve, tradition rules in Latino homes around the world, with lots of food, music, and time with family.

Dec 08 El participio: qué es y cómo se usa

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El participio es la forma no personal del verbo, que al igual que el gerundio y el infinitivo, suele emplearse para organizar tiempos compuestos como el presente perfecto o el pluscuamperfecto. El participio también puede ser usado como adjetivo calificativo. En este caso, el participio sigue las mismas reglas gramaticales de los adjetivos y por ello, ha de concordar en género (masculino/femenino) y número (singular/plural) con los sustantivos que modifica. 

Nov 29 El uso del superlativo relativo

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Una diferencia notable entre los adjetivos superlativos que utilizan la terminación -ísimo y los superlativos relativos es, que estos últimos se encargan de elevar a un grado máximo o mínimo la representación cualitativa y calificativa del objeto/sujeto descrito.

Nov 21 The Story Behind #GivingTuesday

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By- Angela Padrón

With recent advancements in technology, it is possible to reach anyone, anywhere around the world, in seconds. This makes it easier to reach out to people who may be suffering or less fortunate. After all the Thanksgiving turkey has been eaten and people have taken advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, it’s time to take a step back and ask what we can do for others. In the true spirit of Thanksgiving, the National Day of Giving was created in order to address the needs of people in all parts of our country and the globe. The National Day of Giving, or #GivingTuesday, takes place on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday.

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"Books and movies are like apples and oranges. They both are fruit, but taste completely different."

- Stephen King

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