I went on a family holiday and all that sticks out is the phrase ‘tutti bambini” but maybe that is my last favourite phase. It just means “all children” in Italian because they kept calling them up to dance.
I liked the French phrase ‘Sacre bleu’ which kinda means bloody hell. I just liked we were allowed to use it in class and it felt like a swear word.
I like the phrase “mirá vos”, which is used a lot in Argentina. It literally translates to “look at you”, and it’s used as an expression of surprise at something interesting. It’s one of the phrases that’s really common in Argentina but not in other Spanish speaking countries so I think that’s why I like it.