Todo chévere

23. ¡Cuando algo no funciona! – 10 Expressions.

How do you say in Spanish “it is broke” or “Those are out of order”? Listen and get 10 expressions and say it like a native. Interested in supporting the show? Share with family and friends. Why don’t you rate it and leave a review on the platform you usually listen to the show. You…

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22. Expresando emociones

In the episode, basic phrases to express Happiness, Sadness, Anger, Stress, and Relax. — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/emilia-yustiz/message

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21. Serie verbos poderosos del español – Parte 6/7 – GUSTAR

Today you hear phrases with this particular verb because when you say you like something, that something literally is pleasing you. For example, if I say “Me gustan los autos de carrera” (I like racing cars) literally means “Racing cars are pleasing me”. If the thing you like is singular, you have to use ”…

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20. Verbos superpoderosos 5/7 – HABER

¿Qué HAY? HAY un nuevo episodio. What’s new? There’s a new episode, precisely where you will learn to use HAY, the equivalent of THERE IS and THERE ARE in English. Plus 5 idiomatic expressions with HAY. Interested in supporting the show? Share with family and friends. Why don’t you rate it and leave a review…

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19. Los Falsos Amigos

Do you have friends? I do, I have best friends, good friends, old friends, or simply “friends”. Surprisingly, languages do have friends and “False friends” as well. Yes, today you get 12 examples of the most common and frequent false friends in our languages. Interested in supporting the show? Share with family and friends. Why…

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18. Verbos super poderosos del español -Parte 4/7

Today’s episode is about the verb IR (to GO) the very basic. Asking where you are going and how you go to a place (transportation). Plus three idiomatic expressions. Interested in supporting the show? Well, share it with family and friends. Also, you can rate it and leave a review on the platform you usually…

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17. Cinco + 1 expresiones idiomáticas

My students are always concerned about learning idiomatic expressions and speaking like a native. That’s why, in this episode, you will get six idiomatic expressions I say in informal conversations with family and friends. Some of them may not be used or even known in other Spanish-speaking countries. But if you happen to talk to…

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16. Verbos super poderosos del español – Parte 3/7

In this episode, you will get six basic expressions using the verb TENER (to have). Three of them are alike in both English and Spanish. Interested in supporting the show? Well, share it with family and friends. Also, you can rate it and leave a review on the platform you listen to me. Love to…

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16. Verbos superpoderosos del español – Parte 3/7

In this episode, you will get six basic expressions using the verb TENER (to have). Three of them are alike in both English and Spanish. Interested in supporting the show? Well, share it with family and friends. Also, you can rate and leave a review on the platform you listen to me. Love to read…

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15. 5 Idiomatic expressions with the verb SER

Have you heard the expression “Ser el hijo de la panadera”. Listen to the origin of this expression and learn about an amazing character in the history of Venezuela. Plus four frequently used expressions all of them using the verb SER (check Episode 12). Todo chévere ¿Y tú? is the podcast for beginner Spanish students….

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