¡Está chupado!

[ENG 👇🏻] ¡Está chupado! 😉
¡El español está chupado! ¿Estás de acuerdo? 🤭
En español tenemos muchas expresiones para decir que algo es muy fácil. Por ejemplo:
👉🏻 ¡Está chupado!
👉🏻 ¡Está tirado!
👉🏻 ¡Es pan comido!

Algunas frases son:
👉🏻 Encontrar trabajo en ese país es pan comido.
👉🏻 El examen está tirado.
👉🏻 No te preocupes, conducir está chupado.

It’s a piece of cake! 😉
Spanish is a piece of cake! Do you agree? 🤭
In Spanish we have lots of expressions to say that something is very easy. For example:
👉🏻 ¡Está chupado! (Word by word, it says: It is sucked! But it DOESN’T mean that. It is like: it’s a piece of cake!)
👉🏻 ¡Está tirado! (Word by word, it says: It is thrown! [?? 🤷🏻‍♀]. But it DOESN’T mean that. It is like: it’s a piece of cake!)
👉🏻 ¡Es pan comido! (Word by word, it says: It is bread eaten! Actually, it makes sense because Spanish people LOVE bread, so it is very easy to eat it for us. And, again, the meaning is the same than before: it’s a piece of cake, it’s a walk in the park, easy as pie… Whatever you prefer!)

Some sentences are:
👉🏻 Finding a job in this country is easy as pie.
👉🏻 The exam is a piece of cake.
👉🏻 Don’t worry, driving is easy peasy.