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650 Sayings & Idioms, Refranes Y Modismos

650 Sayings & Idioms, Refranes Y Modismos     

by B. Lopez O'Neill
Price: $11.95

Book Website:  http://www.spanish-english-idioms.com & www.refranesymodismos.com

144 Pages, Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5

ISBN-10: 0-9768070-0-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-9768070-0-1

A saying, sometimes known as a proverb or a maxim, is an expression consisting of a wise rule of conduct or advice, usually expressed orally - such as “the buck stops here” by President Harry Truman. Idiomatic expressions differ from sayings in that they usually do not form a complete sentence. For example, “holier than thou” and “hard nut to crack,” are typical idiomatic expressions. Compact and comprehensive, this volume helps you write better and create more colorful speech, with indexes in both English and Spanish. El refrán, también conocido como proverbio o adagio, es un dicho o precepto que, por lo general, contiene un mensaje o consejo que usualmente se transmite de boca en boca. El modismo difiere del refrán en que, por lo general, no se presenta en oración completa, como las expresiones típicas “mas papista que el papa” y “de la seca a la meca.” Conciso y extenso, este libro le ayudará escribir major y creer discurso mas pintoresco, con indices en ingles y español.


About The Author

Braulio López O'Neill obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Puerto Rico and studied newspaper writing and editing at Temple University's School of Journalism. He has worked as a writer for Phildelphia's Commission on Human Relations, served as a correspondent for the New York Spanish Daily, El Diario-La Prensa de Nueva York, and founded the weekly La Voz de Filadelfia, the first Spanish language newspaper of Philadelphia. Mr. López O'Neill has also taught Spanish for the Berlitz Schools and at the Philadelphia Academy of Languages. He was born on Vieques, Puerto Rico and currently resides on St. Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles. Braulio López O'Neill fue licenciado por la Universidad de Puerto Rico, y estudió periodismo en la Universidad de Temple, Filadelfia. Se empleaba por la Comisión de Relaciones Públicas de Filadelfia, fungiendo también como corresponsal del diario nuevayorkino en español "El Diario-La Prensa de Nueva York". Cofundó el semanario "La Voz de Filadelfia", primer periódico en español de la urbe. Don Braulio ádemas enseñaba la lengua española en la Escuela Berlitz y en la Academia de Lenguas de Filadelfia.



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