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Hey listeners! Where have you traveled recently? Tell us in Spanish.
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We will fix the vocab, though "Tour" is the same in Spanish and English.
"El tour estuvo muy entretenido." - The tour was very entertaining.
This is a good tool. However "recorrer" does not have corresponding examples.
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I am suppressed how many words I recognize
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You can check the following link to help you with spanish phonetics, https://www.spanishpod101.com/2007/12/23/phonetics-lesson-1-learning-the-alphabet/
Here you can find more vocabulary lists https://www.spanishpod101.com/spanish-vocabulary-lists/.
aire is pronounce as /ai/ /re/ no "d".
PS….I took some time to realize that "aire" has no "r" sound in it…. phonetically….eye, ee, day …….correct? I also hear "day" sound for "r" at the end of words that end in "re"……..am I hallucinating?
This selection of phrases are excellent……..especially the male speaker who pronounces and enunciates each word, slowly…that is unbelievably helpful. If I can get the actual pronunciation correct, then I can always (hopefully) increase the speed. Like Kim I have no one with whom I can speak Spanish. I have finished Beginner series and conjugations and this is a great review. I still have problems with the "r" in listening for the "dr" and also the "ll" whether it will be "jeh" or "yeh", also hearing "h" will it be a j or a g, but I am improving slowly.
I also found the refresher series 1 helpful even tho most of the dialogue is Spanish. Is there more refresher series? I found this one by accident.
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The verb "coger" is used in some Spanish speaking countries meaning "to ride" or literally: "to catch". For example: to catch a bus - "coger el autobús".
In other Spanish speaking countries they use the verb "ir" or "viajar". The 3 verbs can be used for the same purpose - meaning "to ride".
Please, let me know if you have more questions.
why do you put the verb coger for to ride but the put ir en bus for to ride on bus?
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