Monday is a hard day. After the weekend, you must return to work. Don´t worry, we have a solution: Spanish, the world´s happiest language, according the latest investigations. Enjoy learning and listening to Spanish music! We will try to do it in Macedonian, at the same time ;-)

 

El lunes es un día complicado. Después del fin de semana, tienes que volver a trabajar. No te preocupes, nosotros tenemos la solución: español, el idioma más feliz del mundo, según las últimas investigaciones. ¡Disfruta aprendiendo y escuchando música española! Nosotros intentáremos hacerlo en macedonio, al mismo tiempo!

Los días de la semana (The days of the week)

Lunes (Monday)

Martes (Tuesday)

Miércoles (Wednesday)

Jueves (Thursday)

Viernes (Friday)

Sábado (Saturday)

Domingo (Sunday)

What is your favorite day of the week? Tell us! And what about the seasons? ¿Cuál es tu día favorito de la semana? ¡Cuéntanos! ¿Y qué hay de las estaciones del año?

Estaciones del año (seasons)

Invierno (winter)

Primavera (spring)

Verano (summer)

Otoño (autum)

 

 

Common and useful Spanish expressions

Fortunately for us, and especially for myself, spring is coming, little by little, but I am sure it will come true sooner rather than later, "más pronto que tarde".

“When spring came, even the false spring, there were no problems except where to be happiest. The only thing that could spoil a day was people and if you could keep from making engagements, each day had no limits. People were always the limiters of happiness except for the very few that were as good as spring itself”. Ernest Hemingway said.

In Spain, we say: “La primavera la sangre altera”. It means literary that the spring makes your blood goes crazy. Maybe, you have fallen in love with someone and you can understand the real meaning of this expression ;-)

While we are writing this article it is starting to rain in Prilep, but you can say to yourself:“Al mal tiempo buena cara”. It is: “Every cloud has a silver lining”, so “put on a brave face”.

Anyway, with or without love, “Después de la tormenta, siempre llega la calma”.“After the storm, always comes the calm”, so, after one of the coldest winters, spring will be finally here and summer holidays are around the corner. Las vacaciones de verano están a la vuelta de la esquina. But, until such time as this happens, we have to work, so, don´t leave till tomorrow what you can do today: “No dejes para mañana lo que puedas hacer hoy”.

Spanish music

Also, you can enjoy while you are working. Listen to this song: “La primavera trompetera”, by ‘Los delincuentes’.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eQQ_j3z6HM

Maybe, at this very moment, Monday is getting better.

 

ROSARIO LÓPEZ

  

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