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Hey, guys! My name is Rosa Martin, and this is Spanish Top Words. And today we’ll be doing Top 10 Compliments You Always Want to Hear.
1. Eres guapo. "You are handsome."
If you’re telling this to a girl, you would say, eres guapa. So be careful about that.
2. ¡Gran trabajo! "Great job!"
This is the kind of compliment you always want to hear from your boss, I guess.
3. Tu currículum es impresionante. "Your résumé is impressive."
I think, for me, an impressive résumé would be one that shows that the people travels a lot, and knows a lot of languages, maybe, have a lot of experience in very different fields.
4. Me haces querer ser una mejor persona. "You make me want to be a better person."
That’s the type of people you want to be with.
5. Esa chaqueta te queda bien. "That jacket looks good on you."
So what do you guys think of my t-shirt, do you like it?
6. Eres inteligente. "You're smart."
Yeah, it feels very good to hear that, especially from your teachers.
7. Eres un amigo genial. "You're an awesome friend."
I think an awesome friend is someone that’s there always for you, for both the good and bad times, especially the bad times.
8. Tu sonrisa es preciosa. "Your smile is beautiful."
9. Me encanta como cocinas. "I love your cooking."
I’m not that good at cooking, to be honest.
10. Te ves impresionante. "You look gorgeous."
Aww, I hope someone would tell that to me.
So that’s it for today, today we did Top 10 Compliments You Always Want to Hear. Which one was your favorite? So please tell us. And don’t forget to check out SpanishPod101.com, and please subscribe to this channel. See you.

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SpanishPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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Which word or phrase do you like the most?

Hossein. 00989399245344
Monday at 7:32 pm
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Rosa is the best. I love her, but I wish she loved me too. Rosaaaaa I love youuuuu.

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Hola Mike,


You're welcome. :thumbsup:


Good luck with your Spanish learning and let us know if you have any question. We'll be happy to help you out :)


Saludos cordiales,

Cristiane

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mike
Saturday at 8:10 am
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Thanks for the helpful advice. I've never actually used the wordbank or flashcards. But I will from now on.

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Hola Mike,


Thank you for your message.


Learning a language may seems difficult at first, but as you progress you'll get more and more used to the structures used and your listening skills will also improve with time. Practice makes perfect :wink:


To help you out with listening, please check out this series:

https://www.spanishpod101.com/index.php?cat=53


For remembering vocabulary it's also necessary to practice. Using the Word Bank and the Flashcards Deck you can practice the words you consider more difficult to remember:

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Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.


Cristiane

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mike
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Does anyone else find Spanish an extra hard language to learn? I'm always told the two easiest languages to learn are English and Spanish but I can't agree with this. I subscribe to spanish 101, french 101 and german 101 and have about 5 days total study on each. I can now watch french and german films and understand about 50% without relying on the subtitles but can't understand a thing when I watch spanish films. I'm able to look at most objects and immediately recall it's name in german and french but can't remember the name of anything in spanish. I like spanish but I think I may be better to give up and just focus on the other two.