In as we speak's lesson you’ll learn to say Merry Christmas in Spanish and additionally, you will study some Spanish phrases which might be utilized in Colombia. Additionally, you will find out how Christmas is well known in Colombia. An excessive amount of as we speak's lesson is definitely from a journal entry from Christmas 2007 that I discovered in my private journal. I wish to share my journal entry with you as a result of it would enable you study some new Spanish phrases. However let's begin with say Merry Christmas in Spanish:
Now that you understand how to say Merry Christmas in Spanish, right here's a phrase that I’m accustomed to saying after Christmas dinner:
Estoy lleno – I’m full
Now right here's my journal entry from Christmas 2007:
I simply had a typical Colombian Christmas dinner. Consisting of "pollo relleno" (rooster full of meat, eggs, olives), "buñuelos" (I'd describe these as fried cheese balls), "natilla" (uncooked sugar pudding).
I made a decision to clean all of it down with a glass of "vinto tinto chileno" (purple wine from Chile).
I might additionally describe the "natilla" as a pudding or custard. And "natilla" is the standard dessert that Colombians serve for Christmas Eve dinners and the Christmas holidays. It is usually served throughout the Novenas to the Virgin Mary.
The "Novenas" include a recitation of prayers and devotions for 9 consecutive days. Like different Spanish-speaking international locations, Catholicism is the principle faith of Colombia.
The buñuelos that I had are additionally a standard meals that’s served right here in Colombia throughout the Novenas to the Virgin Mary throughout the Christmas Holidays, from December 15th to the 24th.