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

- Stephen King

Jul 18 Del libro al cine: Love in the Time of Cholera (2007)

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Una de las novelas más famosas del escritor colombiano Gabriel García Márquez es sin lugar a dudas El amor en los tiempos del cólera. Publicada en 1985, el autor se inspiró en la historia de amor de sus padres para escribir una historia en la que el amor es el centro de la trama.

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Jul 13 Sustantivos femeninos y masculinos

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Sustantivos femeninos y masculinos

By Evelyn Silva

Según la Real Academia de la Lengua, se le denomina sustantivo a aquellas palabras que pueden funcionar como sujeto de la oración". Son aquellas palabras que utilizamos para nombra a las personas, a los objetos, a las cosas, entre otros. Los sustantivos se califican de diferentes maneras, dependiendo de los objetos, grupos o personas que representan (comunes, propios, colectivos, etc.). Todos estos sustantivos tienen algo en común, todos se clasifican de acuerdo al género en palabras femeninas o palabras masculinas. De la misma forma, estas los sustantivos se clasifican atendiendo al número en singular o plural.

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Jul 12 Los puntos suspensivos

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Jul 10 The BFG by Roald Dahl

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By Ángela Padrón.

Each year, many movies and plays are produced that are based on literature. In fact, more than two thirds of movies nominated for the Best Picture Academy Award have been derived from a book. So it’s no surprise that in the last year, several movies came out based on children’s books. One of the authors whose written words have come to life the most is Roald Dahl. From Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to The Fantastic Mr. Fox, to Matilda and James and the Giant Peach, Dahl’s fantastic and whimsical stories have shined on the big screen and stage for decades.

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