Spanish Sayings: Classic Spanish Sayings Class Activities

Spanish Sayings: Classic Spanish Sayings Class Activities

Spanish Sayings: Classic Spanish Sayings Class Activities

The Education Office of the Embassy of Spain in Bulgaria made public on the Internet a set of classroom materials on Spanish sayings. I want to share them with you because they contain really nice exercises that are ready to use and will save a lot of prepping time. These examples are commonly used in Spain and many of them are also classic Spanish sayings known in other Spanish speaking countries.

Here I share the four PDF documents that you can save or print. I also include a list of sayings that each one covers. If you need more materials on Spanish sayings, remember that you get our 25 Spanish Sayings Picture Book free here:
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Classic Spanish Sayings 1: Spanish Sayings 1

Includes the following sayings:

1. In good hunger there is no hard bread.
2. To God praying and with the hammer giving.
3. A lack of good bread are cakes. To the enemy that flees, silver bridge. Last water does not move mill. Each one in his house and God in the one of all. When the river sounds, water carries. Whoever avoids the occasion avoids danger. Bread and wine go the way.
10. Every owl to his olive tree. The third is the winner. At ten in bed. To the done, chest. Avarice breaks the sack.
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Classic Spanish Sayings 2

Includes the following sayings:

1. Some have fame and others card wool.
2. Give me bread and tell me dumb. On Tuesday neither get married nor get on board. Tell me who you walk with and I'll tell you who you are. Scabies with taste does not itch. One by another and the house without sweeping. He who robs a thief has a hundred years of forgiveness. The one who does not cry does not breast. Between parents and brothers do not lay hands. They all killed her and she died alone. Rooster that does not sing something has in the throat. Man proposes, and God disposes. Wherever you go, do as you see. From the saying to the fact goes a stretch. Do well, and do not look at whom. There is nothing written about taste.
17. Closed mouth does not enter flies. Evil of many solace of fools.
19. Of the sea, the grouper, and of the earth, the ram.
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Classic Spanish Sayings 4: h2>

Includes the following sayings:

1. Of ungrateful is hell full.
2. From such a stick, such a chip. From the fallen tree they all make firewood. Where there is a pattern, do not send a sailor. Where you least think, the hare jumps. In the blacksmith's house, wooden spoon.
7. Between cabbage and cabbage, lettuce. We were few and the grandmother gave birth. The habit does not make the monk. The fish die by the mouth. To go by wool and to return sheared. The letter with blood enters. Predicted man is worth two. The greyhound is a breed of breed.
15. When your neighbor's beards you would see burn, put your own to soak. Open and Print PDF 4
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