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Productos médicos


antiseptic

antiséptico

aspirin

aspirina

athlete's foot powder

polvos para el pie de atleta

bandages

vendas

cough mixture

jarabe para la tos

diarrhoea tablets

comprimidos contra la diarrea

emergency contraception (también conocida como the morning after pill)

anticonceptivo de emergencia (la píldora del día después)

eye drops

gotas para los ojos

first aid kit

maletín de primeros auxilios

hay fever tablets

comprimidos contra la fiebre del heno

indigestion tablets

pastillas para la digestión

laxatives

laxante

lip balm o lip salve

protector labial

medicine

medicina

painkillers

analgésico

paracetamol

paracetamol

plasters

esparadrapo

pregnancy testing kit

prueba de embarazo

prescription

receta

sleeping tablets

pastillas para dormir

thermometer

termómetro

throat lozenges

pastillas para el dolor de garganta

tissues

pañuelos de papel

travel sickness tablets

pastillas contra el mareo

vitamin pills

pastillas de vitaminas

Otros productos


baby foods

comida para bebé

baby wipes

toallitas para bebés

contact lens solution

líquido par alas lentillas

disposable nappies

pañales desechables

hot water bottle

bolsa de agua caliente

safety pins

imperdibles

sun cream

crema solar

sun block

filtro solar

Fondo Cultural
Buenos Aires

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WHAT IS BUENOS AIRES LIKE?


Buenos Aires is the largest city in Argentina and is one of the most lively cities in the world. It has rightfully been called "the Paris of the South America" as it is reminiscent of many European cities while it still maintains its natural, latin culture and flair.

Buenos Aires lies in the Pampas (fertile plains), close to the coast, and is located on the edge of the great Río de la Plata. The Pampas are famous for the gauchos, or cowboys, who tend the land and raise cattle and horses there. Because Buenos Aires is a port city, the locals are commonly known as Porteños.

Many of Argentina's inhabitants are descendants of Western European immigrants who traveled to Argentina in the mid 19th century. You will see the European influence in the architecture of the various suburbs of the city. La Boca's rainbow-colored houses and San Telmo's mixture of French and Italian styles are just a couple of examples.

Argentines are versatile and expressive and have a passion for discussing politics. In addition to the strong European influence, there are still a few indigenous communities, the largest being the Mapuche, Guaraní, Tobas, Kollas and Wichi. Over a third of Argentina's 34.3 million people reside in Gran Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires city and its suburbs in Buenos Aires province).

The identity of Buenos Aires has been influenced by different waves of immigration, providing the city with a cosmopolitan profile.

Politeness and respect are closely linked with informal treatment. The normal greeting of men and women is a kiss on the cheek. Smiles, hugs, closeness when speaking and gestures are the most common and friendly way of communication.

Something to note is the use of vos (you) instead of the Spanish  for informal treatment, and the use of che to address a person. Additionally, the pronunciation of the "ll" or "y" in Argentine Spanish carries the "sh" sound. For example, "Como te llamas" will sound like "Como te shamas".

Porteños typically can understand Portuguese and most of them speak some English.





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