Shortcuts to talk about the Future in Spanish – Part 1 (Podcast) – LSFB 019
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In this session we will learn a few easy tools beginners can use to talk about the future and avoid having to conjugate all verbs in the future tense in Spanish.You can find more at: https://learningspanishforbeginners.com/19

Learn Spanish with Live Lingua
Learn Spanish with Live Lingua
Live Lingua
1.3: Language & Cultural Notes
¡Hola! Welcome to m-episode 1.3 of the Live Lingua Spanish Podcast. ¿Ready to learn Spanish? In this m-episode, we’re going to go over some basic language and cultural notes for the Spanish language. When you’re learning another language, one of the most important things to understand is that it’s not just about learning the words and vocabulary. I know this from personal experience when I was learning Spanish — it’s about learning about the culture. There are certain things that make sense to English speakers that aren’t done in the same way when you’re speaking Spanish. An anecdotal story for me is that when I was first learning Spanish in Mexico, I would attempt to tell jokes. Even when I knew the words for the jokes, the jokes made absolutely no sense to the Mexicans. While I thought I was being hilarious, I was usually greeted with crickets. Sadly, this hasn’t improved that much 10 years down the road, but I’m still working on it. But that’s why it’s so important to listen to the sections and understand what we say. because that will make this unit and all future units in the Live Lingua Spanish Podcasts make sense. Enjoy this m-episode. Let’s get started. Empezamos. ---- To read the transcripts of this m-episode additional free practice you can find it on our website here: https://www.livelingua.com/podcast/1-3-spanish-language-cultural-notes/ If you are enjoying the podcast you can subscribe so you and leave a review (¡gracias!) where ever you like to get your podcasts: iTunes Stitcher Google Plays ¡Hasta pronto!
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Learn Spanish Con Salsa | Weekly conversations and Spanish lessons with Latin music
Learn Spanish Con Salsa | Weekly conversations and Spanish lessons with Latin music
Tamara Marie, Certified Language Coach
The Black Expat: Finding Peace of Mind in the Dominican Republic (Interview with Kayla Rodriguez)⏵106
In this episode we continue the Black Expat series with an interview with Kayla Rodriguez, a member of Spanish Con Salsa who started learning with us and has recently moved to the Dominican Republic. In this interview, Kayla talks all about why she decided to move to the DR. She tells us a bit about the expat community there and how they adjust to the Dominican lifestyle and culture. Kayla also shares the true cost of living on the island from clothes to technology, and why a 'colmado' is a lifesaver. She also talks about how safe it is to live there--despite what people from the outside may think--and how she's been using her Dominican Spanish 101 Book to communicate better with the locals. *Show Notes: *https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/106* JOIN THE SPANISH CON SALSA FLUENCY CLUB! *Get all the support your need to speak Spanish in with confidence in 2021.  Our membership program provides engaging courses, weekly group conversation practice, and regular check-ins with a language coach to keep you moving forward towards fluency.  Get more info @ https://www.spanishconsalsa.com/join *Accepting new members now through Saturday, January 16* >* **LEAVE US A RATING & REVIEW (click here)* Let us know how we're doing por favor! Leave us a rating & review in iTunes or Stitcher, and we'll give you a shout out on a future episode. * >>> **Join our list** <<< *To be notified by email when new episodes are released, plus get access to *exclusive listener discounts + giveaways*,* **subscribe to our email list*. *Connect with us...* * Follow us on Instagram * Join our Facebook Group * Follow us on Facebook Support the show (https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/support)
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