What does "be red like a shrimp" or "move the skeleton" mean in Spanish? How can you shorten the words "weekend" or "roommate" in everyday Spanish? Learn colloquial expressions for love, partying, the beach, people and much more.
Here you'll learn: how you can say bike instead of bicycle in Spanish, and how you can shorten compañero de piso.
Here you'll learn: how to say that you're always strapped and don't have any dough on you
Here you'll learn: how you can throw in cool or awesome in a conversation in Spanish
Here you'll learn: how to say in Spanish that you made out with someone or that somebody bats for the other team
Here you'll learn: how to say in Spanish that you have a hangover after living it up the night before
Here you'll learn: how to say you got hammered after drinking some little beers, then went to bed in the wee hours
Here you'll learn: what it means when someone in Spain says that they are done dust or have bad milk.
Here you'll learn: how a Spaniard would say that the sketchy movie theater around the corner shows really lame films.
Here you'll learn: how you say in Spanish that something is just so-so or that someone is really hot.
Here you'll learn: what a Spaniard means if someone doesn't have any noses but has a lot of snout
Here you'll learn: what a Spaniard means by tourists who are like a shrimp after toasting themselves on the beach
Here you'll learn: how Spaniards say that their folks think the new girlfriend is a snob.