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Bye Bye 2020!

All of us who have lived through 2020 will remember it as the year of the global pandemic. A year in which we have seen daily on television how the number of deaths worldwide from COVID-19 grew, a year in which we have been confined to our homes for months preserving our health and that […]

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New words in the Spanish Dictionary.

Coronavirus, COVID (in capital letters), finde or desescalada are some of the more than 2,500 terms that have been incorporated or modified in the Spanish Language Dictionary, as announced this Tuesday by Paz Battaner, director of the Dictionary and academic of the RAE. These words and others such as quarantine (“to put someone in quarantine”, […]

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