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18. Costa Rican #18 - St. Peter's moving the furniture

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Thanks to Kevin Macleod for the music in today’s lesson!

Wow, it sounds like the rain can get pretty intense in Costa Rica! I guess that’s why much of the country is part of “la selva tropical” (Rainforest).

Anyone gone on a trip or lived in a tropical region such as Costa Rica where the rain can get really extreme? What was it like?

avatar Carlos

Thanks a lot for the positive feedback! We appreciate it.


avatar Joseph

I can’t think of a phrase particular to pets with reference to the rain, but I like the expression “llover a cántaros”, which is literally “to rain pitchers”… Hehe…

I think, as long as we’re talking about the rain, we should also point out that the verb “llover” is “un verbo terciopersonal o impersonal”. This means that it’s only ever conjugated to the third person singular form, not matter the tense or mood.


avatar Carlos

So in todays conversation we heard a phrase in English and a phrase in Spanish that seem related.

“It’s raining cats and dogs.” and “Son pelitos de gato” Does anyone know any other phrases in Spanish that concerns raining and pets?