Posted by: janecronin | August 4, 2011

Spanish translations – inside out and upside down


This is one for people who think that Spanish is a more difficult language than English.  How do we say in Spanish – “inside out”, “upside down” “the wrong way round” and “back to front” ???

They are ALL translated by one expression – “al revés”. 

You try teaching someone Spanish how to say “al revés” in English and see how you get on!

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