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23 February 2009
We go to the market to buy some fruit and veg. Good time to learn some Spanish

Today Susan checks out the local market to buy some fruit and veg. She also goes over what the different items are called in Spanish so it's a good time to learn some Spanish too.



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11 Comments

Jan said:
23 February 2009 @ 15:33

Great show thanks. More of these learning Spanish ones would be good. Keep it up


Maria said:
23 February 2009 @ 15:45

XXCCCGGGGHJKKKY5 ( THAT WAS TERESA´S WRITTING)
I meant... the show is great as life itself.
Maria


John Doyle said:
23 February 2009 @ 15:53

Well done, Susan.
More English/Spainish type shows please!


Richard Gulliver said:
23 February 2009 @ 16:19

Muy interesante pero preferiria un poco más español. La presentación está mejorando día por día.
Gracias y buena suerte.


Jeanie said:
23 February 2009 @ 16:45

Great show again.

Yes I'm all for learning Spanish myself.
For me an easier way to do it.
Cheers
Jeanie.


dr david ashby said:
24 February 2009 @ 01:05

a great program sue and the fruit was cheap compared to sainsburys i enjoy your programs and think your both doing a service to us all


Anna said:
24 February 2009 @ 08:45

Great show, I am awe of your accent and fluency Susan but felt very smug to spontaneously shout berenjenas at the screen! One long drive down to Spain my husband and I learned all the fruit and vegetable words to kill time!!


Sue said:
25 February 2009 @ 19:40

Enjoyed the show, but was interested in the fact that prices seem higher where you are. We live inland in Murcia, and I checked the prices in Consum, where we could have bought the same produce for about 1 euro less. In the market on Tuesday it would have been even cheaper! We are back in London next week, so will be complaining about Sainsburys prices by the sound of it!


peter & Pam said:
25 February 2009 @ 19:45

Excellent vidio ,would be very helpfull if you could visit a supermecardo most Brits find it difficult to choose cleaning supplies such as surface cleaners (dettol etc ) as the Spanish description doesnt always indicate the products actual use many thanks keep up the good work



Jack said:
01 March 2009 @ 10:17

Justin, this was very good for learning the language (Susan was excellent). Could you do more of this sort of show. Maybe even a seperate series in the vein of this one concentrating on the basics of learning Spanish and kept as simple as this one.


James said:
04 March 2009 @ 09:45

I think it would be interesting to make a 'carbon footprint' comparison of equivalent produce bought at Carrefour and in the market. It would also be interesting to follow the money. ie. see where it ends up and assess which purchasing route offers the best real value for the local community.




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