The Real Life Spanish Podcast
By Helping You Learn Spanish
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In the Real Life Spanish podcast series you’ll learn how Spanish is used in real life conversations along with many of the idioms, expressions and language nuances you aren't taught in the classroom.
||CleanLearn to ask “What did you say?” like a native Spanish speaker||Spanish teachers and textbooks typically teach you to use the verb repetir to get someone to repeat what they said. But if you want to sound more like a native speaker there are several other options that will keep you from sounding like you learned||2/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanQué tal – More than just an informal greeting||You see the expression qué tal in Spanish books on occasion, but most of the time they just tell you it’s an informal greeting and case closed. That hardly does the expression qué tal any justice, so I put together a podcast about some of the||12/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe hidden meanings of que rico, sabroso and delicioso||Welcome to another episode of the Real Life Spanish podcast series where you’ll learn the Spanish you need for real life conversations and situations. You’ve probably heard the words que rico, sabroso and delicioso before when it comes to talking a||11/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanLearn the right way to say excuse me in Spanish||In Spanish there are three different ways you can say excuse me using the words perdón, con permiso and disculpe, but you can’t always use them interchangeably. In today’s podcast we’re going to look at the differences between them so you can lea||11/11/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Real Life Spanish
¡Que Rico! Big things come in small packages. This podcast is packed with a lot of cool and useful phrases! If your traveling and need some quick phrases, this is the podcast for you!
Real Life Spanish
This podcast is well named. It gives plenty of examples of everyday Spanish conversations that you are likely to use right away as you develop your Spanish fluency.