¡Hola! Welcome to episode 1.6 of the Live Lingua Spanish Spanish Podcast.
What we’re going to do in this section is bring it all together! We’re going to combine what you’ve learned in the past few episodes about Spanish greetings and honorifics.
In this m-episode we are going to practice a little bit. When you hear a phrase in Spanish, we want you to translate it into English.
Say it out loud if you can, because that’s one of the best ways to learn. Here are some examples: If we say, “Buenos Dias, Señor Smith.” You would say, “Good morning, Mr. Smith.”
If we say, “Buenas Noches, Licienciada Sanchez.” That translates to, “Good evening, Mrs. Sanchez,” but we’re also implying that Mrs. Sanchez has a Bachelor of Arts Degree.
Is that clear? Don’t worry if not, because we’re going to go through all of this and our exercises are pretty much the same — and you can repeat this episode as many times as you need.
Enjoy this m-episode. Let’s get started. Empezamos.
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