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The video promoting the campaign begins with with the line "English is invading advertising from within" before some common anglicisms flash across the screen, including the words brainstorming, toolkit, anti-age, light, eco-friendly and wireless.

One advert is for the perfume "Swine"; the sultry voiceover calls it "a touch of magic by Rebecca Robinson".

You can upload photos, create shared lists, and add dates relevant to your relationship to a calendar.

You can also "thumb kiss" by holding your thumb to the screen: The print will show up on your partner's screen, and they can put their own thumb over it.

The Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) is so disgruntled by the wave of English words being used in Spanish that it has launched a campaign to fight against this so-called "invasion".

The campaign, called ' There’s only one mother tongue', features two fake adverts, full of anglicisms, which plays on the fact that many Spaniards do not actually understand the real meaning of the English words "invading" the Spanish language.

Carolina Casado has become the new figure of fun for Spaniards on the lookout for public speech fails in English.

The young TV presenter appeared on screen during Saturday’s Eurovision song contest when it was Spain’s turn to hand out points to the contestants.

But once we finally got it working, it provided a fun way to pass the time on a train ride, and it did teach us a bit about each other.In 1994 she was crowned the ITF World Champion for the year.Arantxa Sánchez Vicario started playing tennis at the age of four, when she followed her older brothers Emilio Sánchez and Javier Sánchez (both of whom became professional players) to the court and hit balls against the wall with her first racquet.Some of the questions were funny ("What is your blood type? ") and others were a little real ("How is Suzannah with apologies?" Me: "It's hard sometimes." Him: "She never thinks she's wrong").

But once we finally got it working, it provided a fun way to pass the time on a train ride, and it did teach us a bit about each other.In 1994 she was crowned the ITF World Champion for the year.Arantxa Sánchez Vicario started playing tennis at the age of four, when she followed her older brothers Emilio Sánchez and Javier Sánchez (both of whom became professional players) to the court and hit balls against the wall with her first racquet.Some of the questions were funny ("What is your blood type? ") and others were a little real ("How is Suzannah with apologies?" Me: "It's hard sometimes." Him: "She never thinks she's wrong").Other Spanish newspapers criticized the performance with words like "blunder" and "feeble English".