How do you write "never a failure, always a lesson" in Spanish?


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Marta Catalano answered

I think the best way to translate that sentence would be:

Nunca un fracaso, siempre una lección

although another possible small variation  could be:

Nunca fracaso, siempre lección

which would sound better especially in a conversation or spoken, rather than written maybe.

Spanish is a really colorful and expressive language and they use these kind of sentences quite a lot but they alos use idioms or regional sayings. If you want to know more about them,  here's a nice list of common Spanish idioms you can use that will make you sound like a native and plus will let you know more about the language.

If you want more, here's a fuller list of Spanish sayings.

Hope this helps!

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