¡Somos la leche!

Spanish online reading and listening practice - level C1

What if your best friend was also your sibling?

This reading and listening exercise can help you practise idioms related to food. It is associated with the following studylists:

Text by Silvia Píriz and audio by Inma Sánchez

Exercise: ¡Somos la leche!

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Q&A relating to this exercise 3 questions, 2 answers

AA0Kwiziq community member

Idea para mejorar el sitio web

Seria genial que añadieran preguntas de comprensión lectora al final de cada lectura. A mis estudiantes les encantarían!

Asked 3 weeks ago

Idea para mejorar el sitio web

Seria genial que añadieran preguntas de comprensión lectora al final de cada lectura. A mis estudiantes les encantarían!

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ClaraC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Media naranja...

I love this idiom...'media naranja' for 'soulmate'!

Asked 3 weeks ago
DavidC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Buenas tardes Clara ...

Indeed: and it also reminds me of the 1960s film "Half a Sixpence" starring Tommy Steele and Julia Foster - [although long before your time, undoubtedly - as too were the years when 'sixpences' were everyday currency !]

Un abrazo - David M

ClaraC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Hola David,

Ah yes, I do in fact remember that film, albeit I was a toddler when it was released! It was a fun musical that I first saw some time in the '70s. I vaguely remember the old sixpence too. 

Hope you're keeping well. 

Saludos y un abrazo

Clara 

Media naranja...

I love this idiom...'media naranja' for 'soulmate'!

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OleA1Kwiziq community member

subject object

la chica que le gusta - is ambivalent. It can mean both "the girl he likes" and "the girl who likes him"?

Asked 3 weeks ago

subject object

la chica que le gusta - is ambivalent. It can mean both "the girl he likes" and "the girl who likes him"?

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