Sunday, August 12, 2007

This is not that important, I guess.

You've probably seen lizards doing pushups. (If not, here are some google links.)
But did you know that when you do pushups in Spanish, you're doing "lizards"?
Just wanted everyone* to know that.
Thank you, and have a nice day.

*The four people who read this blog regularly.


At Sun Aug 12, 06:26:00 PM PDT, Blogger applevenusian said...

ahh, I didn't know that! I am a bad Mexican.

At Mon Aug 13, 12:16:00 PM PDT, Blogger si said...

from reader #2 -- fascinating! did not know either fact (lizards doing pushups or lizards being spanish...) :)

At Mon Aug 13, 05:40:00 PM PDT, Blogger blogball said...

from reader #3-- I like these Spanish fun facts.
Keep them coming.

At Mon Aug 13, 09:38:00 PM PDT, Blogger Alan said...

Hi, I'm reader #5. I'm subing for reader #4 who is out today. So why is Gila pronounced funny?

At Tue Aug 14, 10:14:00 AM PDT, Blogger bryan torre said...

It's not very funny if you're the Gila Monster. Imagine being called a monster and you haven't even tried to genocide anybody.
Anyway, G before certain vowels (i, e, u) is (99% of the time) pronounced somewhere between "H" in american english and Ch as in Chutzpah.


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