borrowing again, but giving credit

Here’s a very interesting blog for anyone who has interest in other languages (which um I do).

Once again, the comments are very enlightening. Here’s one of the best:

Teresa on March 9, 2011 at 6:54 pm

Ubicarse (most commonly heard as command ubícate) is a Spanish word that you would say if you want someone to orient themselves to the surroundings or know their role in the situation. For example, if someone is laughing at a funeral, you’d say to them, “¡Ubícate!”

Oh man I’d love to use that one.

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