IA-007: How to Complain in Spanish?- Intermediate-Advanced Spanish Podcast

how to complain in spanish

An intermediate-advanced Spanish complete lesson about bitching and complaining in Spanish. We are aiming to express that we are fed up in different ways so we sound like native speakers. This podcast offers a guide to advanced Spanish vocabulary to express emotions. Yes, there will be some curse words, but not only. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for more free content.

IA-006: “Aunque” + subjunctive vs. indicative – Intermediate-Advanced Spanish Podcast

“Aunque” + subjunctive vs. indicative, but not only!

An intermediate-advanced Spanish podcast. How to survive Spanish sentences using «aunque»? Well, my answer is by understanding its meaning. Since there are certain meanings that are not exact, it is essential that its translation into English is clear «Aunque» + subjunctive? indicative? Let’s look at this and learn between the present subjunctive and the preterite imperfect subjunctive. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for more free content.

IA-005: Two Natives Talking about Movies in Spanish. Part 2 – Intermediate-Advanced Spanish Podcast

Two Natives Talking about Movies in Spanish Part 2

An intermediate-advanced Spanish podcast. A real conversation between two natives. Movie talking with slang, with informal Spanish. Our idea is you listen to an unscripted podcast to learn how to talk about movies in Spanish. In fact, we talked too much, and we have to divide all this in two episodes! Learn Spanish by listening to native speakers in a real conversation. How we interrump ourselves, how we change the topic, suddenly. It will be fun. Part 1 of 2. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for more free content.

IA-004: Two Natives Talking about Movies in Spanish. Part 1 – Intermediate-Advanced Spanish Podcast

Two Natives Talking about Movies in Spanish. Part 1

An intermediate-advanced Spanish podcast. A real conversation between two natives. Movie talking with slang, with informal Spanish. Our idea is you listen to an unscripted podcast to learn how to talk about movies in Spanish. In fact, we talked too much, and we have to divide all this in two episodes! Learn Spanish by listening to native speakers in a real conversation. How we interrump ourselves, how we change the topic, suddenly. It will be fun. Part 1 of 2. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for more free content.

IA-003:English Words Commonly Used in Spanish – Intermediate-Advanced Spanish Podcast

English words spanish speakers use in conversation

A podcast for upper-intermediate-to-advanced Spanish students about how English terms are affecting our conversations. Sometimes we might adopt a word from English because it is from the technology field, “it was born in English.” For some words there is no Spanish equivalent and we just accept the English word and insert it into our language. But for others, after the Spanish word was created, people continued using the English word. We are so used to the anglicism that without it, we are lost. Let’s talk about some of those words. This podcast is spoken in Spanish aimed at intermediate-to-advanced Spanish learners. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for the Spanish transcription and English translation

IA-002: Where Salsa Music Comes From – Part 2 – Intermediate-Advanced Spanish Podcast

Where does salsa music comes from Part two

A podcast for intermediate-to-advanced Spanish students about the origins and evolution of salsa music. Many people have no idea about the African roots of salsa music. This podcast tells the story of how the music African slaves played and danced to ended up providing the indispensable rhythm around which many latin music genres developed, how it spread around the world, evolved in the USA, and spread again. All in Spanish aimed at intermediate-to-advanced Spanish learners. Part 2 of 2. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for the Spanish transcription and English translation

IA-001: Where Salsa Music Comes From – Part 1 – Intermediate-Advanced Spanish Podcast

Where does salsa music comes from Part one

A podcast for intermediate-to-advanced Spanish students about the origins and evolution of salsa music. Many people have no idea about the African roots of salsa music. This podcast tells the story of how the music African slaves played and danced to ended up providing the indispensable rhythm around which many latin music genres developed, how it spread around the world, evolved in the USA, and spread again. All in Spanish aimed at intermediate-to-advanced Spanish learners. Part 1 of 2. Visit www.fluentinspanish.org for the Spanish transcription and English translation