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Period, comma and semicolon in Spanish

The punctuation marks "period, comma and semicolon" respond to the need to order ideas according to their value when we express something in writing, this means that they allow the text to be hierarchized and decisively influence the narrative rhythm, in addition to contributing clarity to it, eliminating ambiguities or misunderstandings when they appear misplaced.


Guatemalan Cornbread Recipe

Cornbread is a delicious and simple typical Guatemalan dessert that will fascinate any demanding palate. It is very simple and quick to prepare, like many Guatemalan desserts, and naturally the main ingredient of this bread is corn flour.


Egg Wrapped Cauliflower Guatemala Recipe

Egg-wrapped cauliflower is a traditional Guatemalan dish that is usually prepared around the time of Lent and Easter. However, you can cook it at the time you like the most at any time of the year.


Differences Between Phrase and Sentence in Spanish

In order to improve our syntax and grammar we must know basic concepts and know how to differentiate them. Some Spanish students find it a bit confusing to analyze complex sentences because they have doubts about the base and the basic concepts, so one of the first things you must learn is to differentiate which are phrases and which are sentences.


How to conjugate verbs in Spanish

Here we share a brief guide on how to conjugate verbs in the Spanish language. We know that it can be confusing sometimes, but once you understand it, you will realize that it is not that complicated. Verbs with words that indicate action, existence, condition or state of a subject.


Creamy Chicken with Loroco Recipe

Chicken in cream with loroco is a traditional dish originating in eastern Guatemala for many years. But we have to say that today it is enjoyed throughout the country by locals and foreigners as well. This recipe is without a doubt another of Guatemala's favorites.


Guatemala Quesadilla Rice Cake Recipe

The traditional Guatemalan Rice Quesadilla is a typical Guatemalan dessert, originally from eastern Guatemala, specifically from the department of Zacapa, but now it is available throughout the country.


Guatemalan Christmas Cookies Recipe

With any of these three options, you will be able to find an opportunity to release the body of tensions that we accumulate during the day, in addition to combining it with a cultural and even fun experience during your trip to this fantastic colonial city.