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Welcome to the Spring Spanish Learn Spanish with Chunks Podcast! Learn with us the most important basics to have a simple Spanish conversation from scratch. How? With chunks of Spanish! Chunks are word combinations that native speakers say all the time, so you can be sure that you are saying the right things. Without the knowledge of grammar and vocabulary lists! Also check out our full learn Spanish videos on YouTube by searching for "Spring Spanish". Get our free essential Spanish chunking ...
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If you don't have money and you want to express that in Spanish, saying no tengo dinero might make for an awkward little moment. Here are 7 alternatives for you to stop saying no tengo dinero and break free from any discomfort. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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If they taught you to say ¡que te mejores! That is correct. But there are other ways to wish someone to get well. In this lesson you’ll learn seven alternatives. This way you will know what the best way it is to tell someone to get well depending on the situation. And it will make you sound more like a native speaker because you don’t say the same …
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Por supuesto that "por supuesto" (for sure) is a good chunk you can use without hesitation. But, as proved by many of our lessons, we like you to have options. Options are always good, aren't they? This time we'll look at alternatives to saying "por supuesto" that'll give you more flexibility to say “for sure” and will keep you current in your Span…
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Lo Siento means "I'm Sorry" in Spanish, and it's totally fine, there is nothing wrong with it. But if you want to sound like a native Spanish speaker you should add some variety to your Spanish and use these 6 alternatives to "lo siento" that will make people recognize you as a Spanish insider right away! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for …
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Yo Quiero means "I want" in Spanish and is absolutely correct. However, it is a bit rude when asking someone for something you want, and native speakers use many other variations of this. Learn 5 great alternatives to "Yo Quiero" in Spanish and sound like a native Spanish speaker! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Did you know that “Increíble” literally means “not-credible” in Spanish? However, native Spanish speakers rarely use it as such. Do you know what it is mostly used for? It can mean “amazing”, “impossible” and other things! That, plus many alternative options to suit your personality is what you’ll find in this Spring Spanish lesson about the word “…
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“Porque” is a broad generic term that, precisely because of that, will turn up constantly both in written and spoken Spanish. The idea of “porque”, though, has many alternatives. In this lesson, we cover the most common and useful alternatives to “porque” so you can gain flexibility, avoid the constant repetition of this word and gain the ability t…
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There’s nothing wrong with the word ”importante” in Spanish if you want to say “important”. You can use it all the time and natives will understand you perfectly. But there are other words you can use, especially so you don’t have to keep repeating this word over and over again. Add variety to your Spanish with the 8 alternatives to “important” tha…
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Wishing someone “buena suerte” is perfectly ok, but there are many similar instances in which saying this would fall short, be too informal or there are simply better, more natural alternatives. Plus, if you love Spanish as much as us, you’ll enjoy and take full advantage of the having options we’ll provide you with in this lesson. Hosted on Acast.…
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Don’t ruin a great story by saying entonces too much! Bring variety to your storytelling in Spanish with the alternatives you’ll learn in this lesson. Benefits: Your stories will sound much more exciting and you will sound more like a native Spanish speaker! Listen to me tell stories in Spanish using all these nice alternatives to entonces :). Host…
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Guau is basically the Spanish cousin of "wow". It's pronounced almost the same and means the same. You say it when you are amazed or surprised. It works perfectly, but native Spanish speakers use several other ways to express that same sentiment. Learn 8 of these ways and amaze Spanish speakers! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more infor…
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Aren't you Muy (very) tired of the Spanish word Muy? You should, because it's boring! To sound more sophisticated when speaking Spanish and to sound more like a native, you should stop using it! Instead, use these great alternatives to Muy that Spanish native speakers use all the time. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Sometimes the answer to "¿cómo estás?" isn't really "ok". Sometimes you actually want to say you're "no tan bien" but what if you had more alternatives to say this? Some which could better adapt to what you mean and give you much more freedom in Spanish? In this lesson we got you covered! Learn many alternatives to say "no tan bien" and get real wi…
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Even if there is nothing wrong with saying good, there are other ways to say bien in Spanish, and today you’re learning 6 of them. We will be differentiating between saying that you are really just “good” but also how to say you are a bit better than good and also a bit worse than good. Because the breadth of how well you could be feeling when sayi…
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If you ask a Spanish speaker what their work is, you can say "Cúal es tu trabajo?" and that would be perfectly fine. But nobody really says that in Spanish. If you would like to add some variety to your Spanish and ask this differently, then this lesson is for you! Learn about 5 alternatives to ask people what they work as in Spanish. Hosted on Aca…
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The idea behind this lesson is NOT that you cannot say "no hablo español" but rather to give the most curious and ambitious of you plenty of alternatives, plus some extra hacks, to expand your vocabulary and freedom within the language, so you can show off your personality more! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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If you meet someone new, saying Mucho Gusto is a perfect answer. It's correct and commonly used. However, if you say it all the time (like if you meet several people at once), it becomes a bit boring. So if you want to add more variety to your Spanish and sound more like a native speaker, here are some great alternatives you can use. Hosted on Acas…
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"Me llamo" is a perfect way to introduce yourself, say your name and meet other people but... we, of course, have other alternatives to this which are just as common or, depending on the person, even more! Some of this alternatives are not even about new words but rhythm and tone! If you care about adding some variety to your Spanish and making sur…
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The use of buenos días is as common as it is to say good morning! But there are other alternatives to greet people in the morning. In this lesson, you will learn 11 of them. Impress and amaze native Spanish speakers with the depth of Spanish that you have and how you can use chunks in Spanish that no other tourist and language learner can! Hosted o…
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Mexico is a really cheap country to travel to. But only if you don't pay the so-called "tourist tax". That's what tourists pay in foreign countries for not knowing the local language. So learn how to make your next Mexico trip not only memorable, but also cheap. Best Mexico travel tips from a local! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more i…
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Wondering how to set up Tinder Spanish? Do you want to meet someone while being in a Spanish-speaking country by using #SpanishTinder? Listen to this video to find out how to prepare an award-winning Tinder Bio in Spanish and find out about the best Spanish pick up lines for Tinder! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Would you like to blend in in Mexico? Only speaking Spanish is not going to cut it. But you don't even need to! Here are 10 tricks you can use right away to hide your foreigner status in Mexico and make people believe (at least at first) that you are a real Mexican! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Mexican Supermarkets have some really weird stuff! I went on a little shopping trip to show you the weirdest stuff you will find in a Mexican supermarket and also some useful Spanish chunks that you can use to get around and be prepared for your first adventure in a supermarket in Mexico. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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When you come to Mexico or any other Spanish-speaking country, there will be certain questions that people will ask you over and over again. Are you ready to answer these questions? You will be after listening to this lesson because you will learn the top 10 questions you will hear all the time and how to answer them like a pro. In perfect Spanish,…
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In this lesson, you will learn how to name 17 different languages of the world in Spanish and also 17 chunks to speak about languages! Stay until the end and let me know in the comments which languages were totally new or different for you! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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