Today’s Spanish Word/Phrase of the Day is “frescura de nieve” meaning “freshness; cheek, nerve (in a derogatory sense)”. In Portuguese, “cara de pau” is most appropriate. In Italian, “faccia tosta” (informal) or “fegato” are used in phrases like “He had a lot of nerve to talk back that way”.
Today’s Spanish Word of the Day is “orfebre”, meaning “metalsmith; silversmith; goldsmith”. In Italian, “orafo” & “orefice” are used, while in Portuguese “arrives” is correct.
This is a clip of Matthew Youlden, a polyglot – someone who is multilingual & speaks more than 2 languages. He describes some helpful techniques he has used to learn the languages he speaks.