SPANISH WORD: MANIANA (Fri 8jun07)

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MAÑANA means both TOMORROW and MORNING.

(See how I spelled it MANIANA up on the Title section? This is because when I used the Ñ character, it became a weird mix of symbols, so this is what many of us Spanish speakers use when we don't have a Spanish keyboard available: the Ñ becomes either "NI" or "NY" … MANIANA or MANYANA. Interesting, eh?) 

Anyway, knowing that MAÑANA means both TOMORROW and MORNING, how do you say “Tomorrow morning?” Close your eyes and guess. DID YOU CLOSE YOUR EYES? Come on, do it, and guess how to say “tomorrow morning” in Spanish.

Ready? OK, here you go:

Tomorrow morning: MAÑANA POR LA MAÑANA.

Cool, eh? Tomorrow in the morrow. See you then.

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