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27 January 2009
Learning the basics of Spanish and kids in Spanish school - Part 1

Today's show is hosted by Lisa Kilkenny who discusses her experiences of learning Spanish and her life in Spain.  She talks about expat kids in Spanish school and gives some hints and tips to learning some Spanish basics.  But what's happened to Justin and Susan?



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17 Comments

More said:
27 January 2009 @ 15:47

Lisa Kilkenny..WHAT a great personality ! She was funny & informative & she'd tied Justin & Susan up & plonked them in a bath so she had the couch to herself, at least for a few minutes. Susan, did you not realise there was still parcel tape in your hair ? Well done to you again.





Lunn said:
27 January 2009 @ 15:51

I'm loving EOS TV!! I do have one concern for you guys....if you keep eating like you are, you may have to switch to WIDE SCREEN!?!?!?


Howard said:
27 January 2009 @ 16:27

Keep up the good work. I was distracted by the piece of tape in Susan's hair for most of that.


Gill said:
27 January 2009 @ 18:25

Lisa is a mine of information, I'd love to hear her talk about her business and how she started up.


Steve&Jane said:
27 January 2009 @ 18:55

Perhaps the tape was meant as a slimming aid to stop the guys eating so much tapas?


Louise said:
27 January 2009 @ 19:27

Loved all the previous shows - amusing and informative. Not this one.


Steve said:
27 January 2009 @ 19:41

Some great info there Lisa. Enjoying your show and looking forward to part 2. Howard, I was distracted by the tape in Susan's hair too :)


Maureen said:
27 January 2009 @ 20:07

Yes I also enjoyed show and wondered why it was so late coming on, now I know the reason, she does go on doesn't she, looking forward to the rest tomorrow and I was dying to pull that bit tape from your hair Susan.

Hope you got some cake Justin and David.


Stuart said:
28 January 2009 @ 00:47

She's hard to listen to! But agree with previous posts all videos have been a good watch, up until this one. I had to forward it on at times, sorry.


Maria said:
28 January 2009 @ 06:02

Wonderful, funny guest... you are such an actress!!
My regards Lisa.
Maria


Lisa said:
28 January 2009 @ 09:06

Love it or hate it I had the best fun making it!! I wanted to say a BIG thankyou to Justin & Susan for choosing to do something a little "different" a little fun. Its good to stir things up from time to time and I hope you continue to bring us varied webisodes be it comical, musical, informative or emotional - Bring it on! Like it or not - it takes a lot of committment to produce a daily show and anyone who goes on it gives up their time freely so I think everyone involved in all the shows derserves 100% for effort!


Justin said:
28 January 2009 @ 09:13

Thanks for your time Lisa, you're a natural infront of the camera. We certainly enjoyed you on the show. We are, and always will be, very grateful to anyone that comes on the show and we hope to bring a huge variety of people and topics to future shows. We're enjoying making the shows even if it is a massive commitment!


FibbyUK said:
28 January 2009 @ 14:14

Catching up with yesterday's show today, and now today's is ready, just had my e-mail!
Not my favourite so far, but Lisa is a happy joly lady!



Mr. B said:
28 January 2009 @ 16:49

Curious show but entertaining I must say. I have mixed views about the topics but for sure, Lisa is cute.


Steve said:
29 January 2009 @ 11:47

First time i have watched the show, i found it very interesting. Good tips for learning, could also try putting stickers on objects with the Spanish word for it, before long the word will stick and become part of your Spanish vocabulary


Sunrise said:
13 January 2010 @ 18:47

5:06


Sunrise said:
30 January 2010 @ 21:59

Her story is pretty much the same as mine. Struggling with Spanish!



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