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Hard Work

Nobody ever said being a lumberjack was going to be an easy job.  Now, when you complain about your backbreaking work in the forest, you can do so in Spanish, with this lesson on hard work....

Host: Liliana, JP
Topic: work, fatigue

Published: October 10, 2014

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What Is Your Work?

You're at a house party, and that can mean only one thing - "What do you do for work?". Make sure you're ready to answer this question with this lesson....

Topic: work, jobs
Host: Cynthia, Jason
Function: introducing
Grammar: trabajar

Published: May 30, 2014

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I Need a Vacation

In today's lesson, we teach you how to express both frustration and the need for a well-deserved vacation. We also talk about working overtime, job promotions and happiness...

Host: Liliana, Marco
Topic: Vacation, work

Published: February 03, 2014

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Ask for a Raise

When your company isn't forthcoming with extra benefits and an increase in pay, it's time for you to go in and make your own demands. You worked hard and you deserve it, right? Can you ask for a raise in Spanish? Today you can! Go for it and get what you deserve....

Host: Liliana, Marco
Topic: salary, work
Function: ask_for_a_raise

Published: December 20, 2013

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I Resign!

Work can be tough, sometimes we react in a very sudden and negative way. Today we will listen to someone lose their temper...in Spanish! You never know when this type of dialog might come in handy....

Host: Liliana, Marco
Function: arguing
Topic: work

Published: July 10, 2013

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Sometimes we are so busy that we need to work as a team. Other times we need to delegate responsibilities. In this podcast learn how to talk about pending issues and work....

Host: Liliana, Marco
Grammar: “se”

Published: March 25, 2013

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