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Improve your Spanish by listening to podcasts of native Spanish speakers speaking about interesting topics in the way that students love: clearly, relatively slowly, and without too many difficult words or idioms! www.fluentinspanish.org has transcriptions, translations, and other supporting material for each podcast.

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Improve your Spanish by listening to podcasts of native Spanish speakers speaking about interesting topics in the way that students love: clearly, relatively slowly, and without too many difficult words or idioms! www.fluentinspanish.org has transcriptions, translations, and other supporting material for each podcast.

    I-007: The Verb Caer in Spanish - Part 4 - What does caer bien/mal mean? - Intermediate Spanish Podcast

    I-007: The Verb Caer in Spanish - Part 4 - What does caer bien/mal mean? - Intermediate Spanish Podcast

    A podcast for Intermediate and Advanced Spanish students about CAER BIEN/MAL. The verb CAER has many expressions or idioms and this is one. It is very important to learn it because students tend to use a literal translation from English in the contexts where CAER BIEN/MAL are used in Spanish, and it creates misunderstandings that should be avoided. I will teach you all this in this part 4 of this series of 4 podcasts. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for the Spanish transcription and English translation.

    I-006: The Verb Caer in Spanish - Part 3 - Expressions with Caer - Intermediate Spanish Podcast

    I-006: The Verb Caer in Spanish - Part 3 - Expressions with Caer - Intermediate Spanish Podcast

    A podcast for Intermediate and Advanced Spanish students about Caer expressions. We will study different idioms with Caer that you have propably heard before, and whose meaning can be a bit confusiong for you. I hope this series of four podcasts become the pieces of the puzzle you are trying to do when using Caer. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for the Spanish transcription and English translation.

    I-005: The Verb Caer in Spanish - Part 2 - The Impersonal Se with Caer - Intermediate Spanish Podcast

    I-005: The Verb Caer in Spanish - Part 2 - The Impersonal Se with Caer - Intermediate Spanish Podcast

    A podcast for Intermediate and Advanced Spanish students about the use of the accidental SE in combination with the verb Caer. I know sometimes you might be unsure about using the pronoun SE with this verb. There are contexts where you need to place it, so the sentence makes sense, and you sound natural. This podcast will give you the key you need. Moreover, I hope this series of four podcasts become the pieces of the puzzle you are trying to do when using Caer. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for the Spanish transcription and English translation.

    I-004: The Verb Caer in Spanish - Part 1 - Caer vs Caerse - Intermediate Spanish Podcast

    I-004: The Verb Caer in Spanish - Part 1 - Caer vs Caerse - Intermediate Spanish Podcast

    A podcast for Intermediate and Advanced Spanish students about the verb Caer and the Caerse. I know you are having problems deciding which one to use. We have the use of Caer, and then Caerse, we also ad sometimes a pronoun Se, and other times the sentences you here have an expression with Caer in it. In summary, there are different ways to use this verb, and it is important to know which use of the verb to use in which contexts. I hope these series of four podcasts become the pieces of the puzzle you are trying to do when using Caer. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for the Spanish transcription and English translation.

    I-002: Understanding Ya vs. Todavía. Intonation Matters - Part 2 - Intermediate - Up-Beginner Spanish Podcast

    I-002: Understanding Ya vs. Todavía. Intonation Matters - Part 2 - Intermediate - Up-Beginner Spanish Podcast

    A podcast for Intermediate, or Up-Beginner Spanish students about how to use these two adverbs, and which intonation to use with them to be able to send the message you want to send to your recipient. We express more than you think when you translate a sentence containing ya or todavía word by word. The meaning of many of these sentences is not always evident by just knowing what every word in the sentence means. Many times they are included in questions that are not real questions, but judgmental sentences. Let me teach you all this! Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for the Spanish transcription and English translation.

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