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18 May 2009
Siesta Show Webisode 59 - Typical Spanish Evenings?

Today Susan chat's with Patricia from Costa Luz Lawyers and asks her when Spanish people have finished work for the day, what's a typical evening in Spain like? For example, do they go home and watch TV all night and eat their dinner in front of the TV?



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10 Comments

Sean said:
18 May 2009 @ 18:38

Thanks Susan, great interview, look forward to the second part


Anthony said:
18 May 2009 @ 19:11

I love this because not only do we get an insight into Spanish thinking, but it is also a great way to listen and practice Spanish.


Trevor Wilson said:
18 May 2009 @ 20:47

Loved the prog. very interesting, look forwrd to part 2 , only wished ' Hablo espanol ' as expertly as Susan. But who knows? perhaps some day.


Spanish Togs said:
19 May 2009 @ 09:36

Great stuff but it would have been even better if you could put sub-titles underneath which would help us pick up some of the individual spanish words which we're desperately trying to learn. Cheers.


Spanish Togs said:
19 May 2009 @ 09:37

Great stuff but it would have been even better if you could have put sub-titles underneath which would help us pick up some of the individual spanish words which we're desperately trying to learn. Cheers.


Susan said:
19 May 2009 @ 12:31

Trevor,

You will get there. Keep practising and lots of Spanish telly is the way to go.

Susan


Tina said:
19 May 2009 @ 13:42

Brilliant show and Susan's Spanish is so good. I find I can pick up a bit of what Patricia is saying so I cant be doing too badly myself.


Isabella said:
19 May 2009 @ 14:15

Im just about to take my GCSE higher in Espanol! just listening to this snippet helps!
Susan how long have you been hablas Espanol?
Unfortunatly we cannot get spanish tv in uk dod not know why when telephoned Sky they did not know either anyone in Spain can help will be appreciated!



David said:
19 May 2009 @ 16:07

Hi Isabella,
You might be able to get TVE International on Sky but that´s about it. We had Spanish TV in the UK - mainly just the local channels like TeleMadrid and Canal Sur and also TVE International. It requires quite a large dish pointing at the Hispasat satellite. Your local satellite TV company should be able to set this up for a couple of hundred pounds.


Susan said:
19 May 2009 @ 20:45

Isabella (pretty name by the way)it has taken me five years to get achieve my level but I am still learning everyday and I do go through frustrating "plateau" periods. Do you have any DVDs that you can select the Spanish language option?



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