Get ready for a gassy adventure! Learn about the hilarious and confusing uses of “pedo” in Mexican Spanish, from being drunk to being likable.
Join us as we explore Costa Rican Spanish with Freddy, a native Tico and teacher at Tico Lingo. We delve into unique slang words and the significance of “Pura Vida” in Costa Rican culture. Freddy shares his experience teaching and tips to improve language skills. Whether you’re planning a trip or interested in learning Costa Rican Spanish, tune in to discover what makes it unique.
In this episode of Learn Spanish and Go, we explore how to improve your Spanish with the help of ChatGPT. Discover how this cutting-edge technology can assist you in mastering the Spanish language, from understanding grammar to practicing conversation skills. Join us as we dive into the world of AI language learning and take your Spanish to the next level.
Join Jim and May as they share some of their favorite Spanish music. Jim, a metalhead, shares his love for Gipsy Kings and Spanish pop/rock, while May showcases her favorite pop and female singers. Discover new music and learn Spanish through natural conversation, music vocabulary, and phrases in this fun episode.
In this episode, we’re sharing alternative filler words to “así es” in Spanish. We want to mix it up a bit for our own benefit and for all of you out there who are learning Spanish with us.
Jo Franco is an entrepreneur, traveler, and polyglot. She’s a first-generation immigrant from Brazil who has carved out a name for herself in travel, self-care, and language spaces. In this episode, she shares her story of how she has used language to create cultural bridges. Through this episode, you’ll gain insight into the individual experiences of first-generation immigrants, as well as tips for using language learning for personal growth.
Making mistakes is part of learning a new language. While making mistakes can be frustrating, they are also opportunities to learn and improve your language skills. In this episode, we take another look at some of the most common errors Spanish students make.
Learning one new language is hard, but what about learning six? Does language learning get easier the more languages you learn? What’s the best way to learn quickly? In this episode, we sat down with interview Benny Lewis, world renowned polyglot and founder of Fluent in 3 Months, to find out.
It’s every Spanish students’ worst enemy: the dreaded subjunctive form. This beast of a grammatical concept is too big to fit in one episode, but you would do well to know about and practice some of its most common uses in every day conversation. In this episode, we cover ten or so of the most common phrases that use the subjective mood in Spanish.
One of the funnest things about learning a new language is learning new words that don’t have an easy translation into English. In part three of our of our “Words in Spanish That Don’t Translate” series, we dive into even more uniquely Spanish vocabulary.