Spanish Blog 365
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Post 11 of 365 – Customer Service in Spanish. How to take a phone in Spanish and check in a customer by greeting them and getting their information such as last name and phone number. Role-play a dialogue with a customer who has an appointment. We ALL need this lesson!
Post 10 of 365 – Last week we learned pronunciation of Spanish vowels. Today is Part II of pronunciation – ‘consonantes’. Learn variations of pronunciation between Spain and Latin America. Let’s learn about the Spanish ‘v’ and why it sounds just like a ‘b’. Take a short quiz…
9 of 365 – ¿Cómo se llama? Learning how to ask someone their name and how to respond to that question. There are many ways you can answer the question ‘What’s your name?’ in Spanish. Let’s get familiar with them so you can understand and respond in a broader way.
Post 8 of 365 – Just 5 minutes of greetings. Start at the very beginning and learn a variety of ways to answer the question ¿Cómo está? How to be extra polite when you don’s someone and how to talk with your friends. We need greetings everyday for work, social and travel purposes.
Post 7 of 365 – The funny thing about accents is that they sound good on other people, but when it comes to our own accent, how do you feel about it? Are you worried that you cannot pronounce the Spanish ‘r’? The good news is that you can still be fluent in Spanish.
Spanish pronunciation Part I: Vowels – Practice vowel sounds with Kevin from the Dominican Republic. He’ll help you get that crisp sound of vowels. Learn silly tongue twisters to help develop these sounds and them practice them with your kids and friends. They are fun for everyone!
Post #5 of 365 – How to really activate your numbers in Spanish and get them working for you. You may already know your numbers…when you recite them in order, but do you have to count up on your fingers when you are giving your phone number or shopping in a market?
Post #4 – Perdón, tengo una pregunta. How to build Spanish vocabulary and get clarifications on words you want to understand. Use this little tip to be proactive and build key vocabulary that you need everyday in your work or social life. Be proactive learning Spanish!
Post #3 of 365 – ¡Hablas muy rápido! Have you noticed how fast Spanish-speakers speak? Learn how to navigate Spanish conversations even if you are just starting to learn Spanish! By learning these simple phrases you’ll be able to move deeper into conversation with Spanish-speakers.
#2 – Notice the Spanish around you. Learn Spanish from the names of your local Mexican or Latin flavor restaurants. Keep your eyes open for Spanish on T.V. or the radio. Does the local home goods store have bilingual signage? Take an extra moment and observe it.
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