How to order drinks in Spanish at a bar or restaurant like a native speaker

How to order drinks in Spanish at a bar or restaurant like a native speaker

Hi, I’m Paulisíma from Spring Spanish. In this lesson, we will focus on how to order drinks in Spanish in a Spanish-speaking bar or restaurant, along with tips on impressing people, especially waiters and other Spanish speakers of your group. 1. Greet (Saluda) and order drinks in Spanish In many Latin American countries, it’s common…

You can meet new people in Spanish: 6 dialogue examples

You can meet new people in Spanish: 6 dialogue examples

¡Hola! ¿Cómo estás? (Hello! How are you?) Did you answer “muy bien” (very good)? ¿Cómo te llamas? (What’s your name?) Did you answer with your name? You’re ready to learn a lot about those first interactions we have when you meet new people in Spanish. I’m Paulísima, your Spanish teacher here at Spring Spanish. Let’s…

Learn Spanish with these easy Spanish books!

Learn Spanish with these easy Spanish books!

Hello, my dears! I am your Spanish teacher at Spring Spanish, Paulísima. In this video, I will present to you five excellent easy Spanish books for learning Spanish, including one of my personal favorites. 1. One of the truly easy Spanish books: “Stories in Spanish for Beginners” by Olly Richards Let’s start with our colleague…

Politically Correct Spanish? What’s the Controversy?

Politically Correct Spanish? What’s the Controversy?

Paulisíma is reading comments from the comment section: Ya no veré videos nuevos de este canal si pretendes que las mujeres no son una categoría separada que los hombres que merecen protección. Por verguenza de ti.(I will no longer watch new videos from this channel if you pretend that women are not a separate category…

Political correctness in Spanish vs not politically correct language

Political correctness in Spanish vs not politically correct language

Don’t say invidente (blind), say ciego (blind). Don’t say viejito (Little old man), say persona adulta mayor (adult older person). Now what about “minusvalido” (crippled) o “señora presidente” (president- ·female)   That’s right, guys. Today we’re talking about politically correct Spanish! Regardless of your opinion about using politically correct Spanish language, a language is always…

Get corrected in Spanish to reach perfect Spanish

Get corrected in Spanish to reach perfect Spanish

Actor 1Hoy quiero comer tamalis.(Today, I want to have _______.) Actor 2TamalES.(TamalES.) Actor 1Eso, salsa verde tamales.(That, green salsa tamales.) Actor 2De hecho, no se dice “salsa verde tamales”, sino “tamales de salsa verde”.(Actually, it’s not _____________, but “tamales de salsa verde.”) Actor 1Digo todo mal. ¡Ya no quiero hablar español!(I say everything wrong. I…

Can you read between the lines in Spanish? 5 tips to understand the nuances of Spanish

Can you read between the lines in Spanish? 5 tips to understand the nuances of Spanish

Have you ever been in a conversation with a Spanish speaker, and you didn’t quite understand what they meant, even though you understood each one of the words? This video is for you! I’m Paulísima from Spring Spanish, and in this lesson you’re learning how to read between the lines in Spanish! ¡Empecemos! (Let’s get…

Ahorita in English: The single most confusing word in the Spanish language (audio examples)

Ahorita in English: The single most confusing word in the Spanish language (audio examples)

¡Hola, mi gente! Yo soy Paulísima de Spring Spanish, and in today’s lesson I’m going to teach you the single most important Spanish word you’ll hear all the time if you are in Mexico (like, seriously, in every other sentence): ahorita in English. It’s the diminutive of an easy Spanish word: ahora (now)… but don’t…

How not to get lost on the airport in Spanish: essential Spanish phrases you’ll need (+ audio)

How not to get lost on the airport in Spanish: essential Spanish phrases you’ll need (+ audio)

In this article you will learn the words and phrases in Spanish that you will need to to take a flight. Read on to learn how not to get lost on the airport in Spanish! 1. Airport-related questions (El aeropuerto) On your way to el aeropuerto (the airport), the taxi driver will certainly ask you: …

No sé Spanish: 6 alternatives to know in Spanish to speak like a native speaker

No sé Spanish: 6 alternatives to know in Spanish to speak like a native speaker

Te ayudo a estudiar para tu exámen de geografía. A ver…(I’ll help you study for your geography test. Let’s see…) ¿Cuál es la capital de Portugal?(What’s the capital of Portugal?) No sé.(I don’t know.) ¿La de Bélgica?(Belgium’s?) No sé.(I don’t know.) ¿La de Canadá?(Canada’s?) No sé.(I don’t know.) No sé is the most common way…

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