Spanish vocabulary and expressions: "El perro" (The dog)"
So, today we have the #Spanish word " perro ", " dog ", in English.
This is a masculine noun, that's why I'm using the masculine article " el " in front of it.
As usual, if you want to listen to its pronunciation , you can go to sites like, for example, Forvo.com .
Finally, some expressions from Spain, using "el perro":
"Perro ladrador, poco mordedor"
Itmeans: "Dog that barks a lot, does not bits much"
"A perro flaco, todo son pulgas"
Literally, it means: "All a thin dog has is fleas". I found an equivalent: "when it rains it pours"
And the third and last one for now:
" Dame pan y llámame perro ". "Give me some bread and call me "dog"
Do you think there are equivalent sayings or expressions in your language?
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