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

- Stephen King

Oct 10 Juan Ponce de León

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Circa 1513, Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon (1460 - 1521) in his search for the fabulous island of Bimini where the legendary Fountain of Youth was said to be located. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

If you’ve ever been to Florida, Puerto Rico, or the Dominican Republic, you’ve probably seen some street name, city name, or statue honoring Juan Ponce de León, the Spanish conquistador. That is because he was very influential in all three of those places.

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Oct 09 Los pronombres interrogativos

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Los pronombres interrogativos

Los pronombres interrogativos se emplean para obtener información. Estos siempre llevan tilde ya que de esta manera podemos diferenciarlos de los pronombres relativos. Las oraciones interrogativas en español comienzan con un signo de interrogación abierto ¿ y culminan con un signo de interrogación cerrado ?.

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Oct 06 Palabra del día: soledad

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¿Sabías que…? La soleá, deformación idiomática de la palabra soledad, es un género flamenco de carácter melancólico y el baile que se ejecuta al compás de este.

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Oct 03 Conoce los colores

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