Introduction to ¿Qué ropa llevas?

shirts on a rackIn this section we’ll be talking about clothing. With your new clothing vocabulary, you’ll be como un niño con zapatos nuevos (≈ like a kid in a shoe store). Since we’ll also be talking about the cost of clothing, we’ll need numbers past 100—that’s for the next section. But by now the numbers should be old hat. (In Spanish, con la gorra [with a hat] = easy)

If you feel like no te llega la camisa al cuello (you can’t get the shirt over your neck; you’re struggling), hang in there! We’ve been in your shoes (Hemos estado en tus zapatos). And if you feel like Spanish queda como un guante (fits like a glove), ¡Nos quitamos el sombrero! (We tip our hat to you).


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