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I am talking to you!

Hey you at the computer... Yeah you! Listen up! Today's lesson is all about commanding attention! In the podcast, learn to express concern and make yourself heard!...

Host: Liliana, JP

Published: December 22, 2015

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I Can't Hear You

This lesson will be useful to you when you're in a dance club, when you're driving through a tunnel,  or when you become a rock star, and you're trying to encourage more audience participation.  In the big podcast today, we find ourselves shouting in Spanish, trying to get heard through a bad connec...

Host: Liliana, JP
Function: making_plans

Published: July 23, 2014

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It's Not Me!

Have you ever mistaken a stranger for a friend of yours? It can be a little embarrassing, but some people really do seem to have long-lost twins!...

Host: Liliana, Marco
Function: apologizing

Published: October 16, 2013

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Calling Abroad

Today, we'll be reaching out to contact someone over the phone.  Learn how to ask for a country code in Spanish, as well as how to tell someone to buzz off when they're getting too nosy!...

Host: Liliana, JP
Grammar: ‘de_+_el’

Published: June 12, 2013

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Send Me an Email

Don't tell me, I'll forget.  Don't call me, I won't pick up.  So I guess that leaves you three options:  email, email, or email!  In the big podcast today, we have a Spanish lesson on the potential pitfalls of using email... specifically when you're cheating on your spouse.  Oops!  Later in this les...

Host: Liliana, JP
Grammar: ése

Published: December 10, 2012

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Telephone Card

When you get to your Spanish-speaking destination, you gotta buy a phone card. No, do not use cell phone roaming; too expensive. No, do not bring your card from home that nobody will know how to use when you get there; no, no, no. You're going to buy a phone card, in Spanish. And we are here to help...

Host: Liliana, JP
Grammar: para

Published: June 18, 2012

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