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28 January 2009
Part 2 of Lisa's chat about the basics of learning Spanish

Today we have the second part of Lisa's chat about the basics of learning Spanish.  She offers some simple advice that's worked well for her and that anyone can use to improve their own Spanish.  But has she let Justin go yet?



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8 Comments

FibbyUK said:
28 January 2009 @ 14:25

Crikey, that cake must be dry from yesterday!
Great idea about kids reading books.........
Hope Justin got released eventually!
Look forward to the next show.


Steve said:
28 January 2009 @ 14:42

Thanks for an interesting show Lisa. Some good tips there


John (in the UK) said:
28 January 2009 @ 14:59

Some good points on language learning there. For any queries over Spanish words, I recommend going to www.rae.es for a full on-line dictionary. The blue 'conjugar' button that appears when you're looking at a the meaning of a verb is particularly useful. Also, for those of us not lucky enough to be resident in Spain, there are lots of Spanish radio stations on the Internet that can be listened to world-wide.


Derek55 said:
28 January 2009 @ 15:12

Well done today, Lisa is certainly a breath of fresh air when it comes to learning Spanish, I for one can not get to grips with learning, tried night school classes, listened to tapes but like you say you get bogged down in the grammar and which tense to use. So next visit I’m down the bookshop in Sabbi to get that first book.
I hope when we come over later this year, I will be able to make people understand me.
Lisa spoke of an online dictionary, I am translating this using Google Translate
I would like to know how accurate this actually is.

Once again well done today.
Come on Girls your eaten the cake, let Justin out now.


Bien hecho hoy, Lisa es sin duda un soplo de aire fresco a la hora de aprender español, por mi parte, no puede llegar a enfrentarse con problemas de aprendizaje, clases de la escuela intentó noche, escuchaba las cintas, pero como ustedes dicen que inmiscuirnos en la gramática y tensa que utilizar. Por eso, la próxima visita que estoy en la librería de Sabbi para obtener ese primer libro.
Espero que cuando lleguemos más a finales de este año, voy a ser capaz de hacer que la gente me entiende.
Lisa habla de un diccionario en línea, estoy usando la traducción de Google Translate
Me gustaría saber cómo es realmente este preciso.

Una vez más, bien hecho el día de hoy.
Vamos Chicas su comido el pastel, dejar que Justin ahora.

Derek 55


More said:
28 January 2009 @ 16:35

Another very interesting show. Thanks.


Andre said:
01 February 2009 @ 15:47

This episode only paused once on my computer.


Jean in Scotland said:
23 February 2009 @ 01:23

Hi,

I found your side last week and love it, we have put a deposit on an apt.in Estapona therfore i am trying slowly to learn the Spanish language, your idea of childrens learning sounds great for me, so will be trying to buy the book.

Thanx, and keep up the good work. When your not in Spain, this helps to make you feel involved.


steve martin said:
30 April 2009 @ 13:37

This show was awesome! Nice work



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