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#ArgentinianExpression "Hazte la fama y echate a dormir" literally means "make yourself famous and go to sleep", but is used when someone makes a first impressions and can't get rid of it afterwards.
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Check out our latest post about a project for teaching English in La Boca: http://blog.voluntarioglobal.org/teaching-english-la-boca/
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‪#‎VolunteerTestimonial‬ Have a look at our latest Volunteers testimonial from Christine Kerschl from Germany! Christine talks about her experiences with Voluntario Global and about the project she was working for. For more videos subscribe to our YouTube channel.
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#VolunteerTestimonial Have a look at our latest Volunteers testimonial from Benjamin Rolff! Ben talks about his time spent with the VG communications team. Video is in German with English subtitles. 
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#ArgentinianExpression "No le llega agua al tanque" literally means the water can't reach the water tank but is used when someone isn’t thinking straight or is missing the point
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Interested in Argentinian politics? 
Read this article about this new period of democracy based on the union and participation of different political groups

http://blog.voluntarioglobal.org/democracy-where-weve-come/
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#Wednesday #ArgentinianExpression "Siga su ruta" which literally means follow your own way is used as mind your own business.
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#Wednesday   #ArgentinianExpression  Polenta is a dish prepared with corn-paste and sauce. However, the word is used to mean that something is complete. For example, "La fiesta estuvo polenta!" (The party had everything!)
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With International Women’s Day this Saturday (March 8th), Voluntario Global has put together an article on the achievements of Argentine Women over the years. Check it out on our blog!
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#Wednesday #ArgentinianExpression The expression "Vivir adentro de una empanada" literally means "Living inside an empanada." However, it means "living inside of your own world; or being distracted."
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