Playing Head and Tails with Coin in Spanish Cara o Escudo in Dominican Republic - Languages

Learning words in Spanish or another foreign language is easy if you learn in a complex situation, like making a video of "Heads and Tails" in Spani

A dynamic language learning experience is better than just learning one word. Watch the video below, and try to get yoursefl involved in learning situations and not just words. This also is more fun for your random teachers that arrive to help you, they enjoy the came and the process.

In this video Maria sat and wrote down both words on a piece of paper for me to help me make the video.

Coin Flipping Defined: Coin flipping, coin tossing, or heads or tails is the practice of throwing a coin in the air to choose between two alternatives, sometimes to resolve a dispute between two parties. It is a form of sortition which inherently has only two possible and equally likely outcomes.

* Antigua Roma: caput aut navis.
* Argentina: cara o ceca.
* Bolivia: cara o escudo.
* Chile: cara o sello.
* Colombia: cara o sello o cara o cruz.
* Costa Rica: escudo o corona.
* Ecuador: cara o sello.
* El Salvador: cara o corona.
* España: cara o cruz.
* Honduras: cara o escudo o escudo o letra
* México: águila o sol o águila o sello. En México se acostumbra llamar a uno de los lados de las monedas “águila”, puesto que todas las monedas tienen un águila en uno de sus lados. El otro lado es denominado “sol”, término tomado por el diseño que tuvieron unas monedas de veinte centavos.
* Panamá: cara o sello.
* Paraguay: cara o cruz.
* Perú: cara o sello.
* Uruguay: cara o número.
* Venezuela: cara o sello.

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