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Spanish Proverbs and Quotes
Due to the large area that the Spanish speaking world covers, they come from a variety of countries. In fact, individuals from Spanish speaking countries have won a total of 24 Nobel prizes in a variety of disciplines, which just goes to show the international recognition that their thinking has received. If you are learning Spanish, or have visited Spain or Latin America, then you might have already heard some of the names included in this list. By examining some their quotes, you can learn about Spanish grammar, pick up some new Spanish vocabulary, as well as understand how Spanish speakers express themselves, plus a bit about the countries and backgrounds that they come from. Studying Spanish quotes can help you learn new vocabulary. All in all, there is a lot that can be learnt from the quotes in this article, not just in terms of learning a foreign language that is spoken by million native speakers, but also in terms of how we as individuals view the world that we live in. So get comfortable as we take you through our list of 10 interesting quotes from the Spanish speaking world.
Thank you for visiting our Spanish Proverb page , we also have Spanish cartoons , Spanish radio , Platiquemos Spanish course , and on-line Spanish magazines. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Translation: The fruit of a tree falls to its root. Idiomatic translation: The apple does not fall far from the tree. Meaning: Children observe daily and — in their behaviour — often follow the example of their parents. Source for proverbs and meaning: Paczolay, Gyula