Have you ever said someone was “enferma” (ill) when you really wanted to say: “enfermera” (nurse)? Or have you mistaken “embarazada” (pregnant) for “avergonzado” (embarrassed)?
Don’t worry, you are not alone!
There are many Spanish words that, although they appear to be very similar to some English words, have completely different meanings. This is a vital podcast for anyone who wants to avoid those ’embarrassing’ moments and ‘pregnant’ pauses.
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We all like to talk about ourselves a little…and some more than just a little. In this free Spanish podcast we help you learn all the ways of doing this, as well as being able to ask others about what they do. After all, this is the basis of many a great conversation.
Here we give examples of how you can talk about your daily activities in an orderly and accurate way.
Now that you have these important verbs under your belt, so to speak, listen to us using them all in general conversation. This is your chance to get tuned in and develop your ‘ear’ for the Spanish language. ¡Buena suerte!
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