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02 March 2009
Learn some basic Spanish with us today

Today we cover some simple learning Spanish tips, especially with the verb "tener" which is used in a different way to English.

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Maureen said:
02 March 2009 @ 15:35

Yes I like them under 10 minutes if possible. Some nice short ones like today on how to pick up Spanish would be very good

Taryn said:
02 March 2009 @ 15:45

Hi, love your show. Thanks for all the interesting topics. Todays show was awesome, a quick easy way to pick up a bit of Spanish. I prefer the shorter shows as with my 2 kids running around its easier to do my own things in small doses.
keep up the good work.

patpur said:
02 March 2009 @ 15:49

Yes l prefer the longer shows ,but would also like nice short shows to learn spanish as there is not to much to take in.

steve said:
02 March 2009 @ 15:55

This was perfect for me too. Don't have much time to watch the longer shows and any help with the spanish is appreciated.

Patricia said:
02 March 2009 @ 16:18

Thought this show was excellent and just right length for me to remember the phrases. I've been to numerous classes here in Vinaros and nothing has stuck but this did. More of same please

Anthony f said:
02 March 2009 @ 16:33

Well that was short,i had time for 6 verbs ! 6/10 mins is a good time, it's alright for Maureen she gets this show 50 mins before meeeeeeee ? she will have it under her belt or on the coffee table, or what ever the saying is, long before i do,bet she out there now TENGO..ING everthing.....that would be TENIENDO. Love to all.

brian Neale said:
02 March 2009 @ 16:40

very helpful, a bit on the short side but good

maureen allan said:
02 March 2009 @ 16:43

loved the show short messages are better for me to learn spanish phrases.

keep up the good work.


Ray said:
02 March 2009 @ 17:01

Short is good for me when learning spanish on account of my short attention span.I prefer the 10--15 minute running time if you are out and about, but for learning spanish keep it short please. Love the shows.

steve said:
02 March 2009 @ 18:12

short is always good people have a short attention span

mr. Len said:
02 March 2009 @ 18:30

Great show and love the spanish lesson. 2-3 minutes is perfect for learning a language. One word of advice for susan and the camera people, think about your camera angles before hand. Susan was wearing a dress and should not have a direct camera angle under her dress like that. Not much was noticeable but next time we may be more lucky. Lol

andrew said:
02 March 2009 @ 23:05

Usted Caliente!

Michael said:
02 March 2009 @ 23:34

Love the Spanish Lesson, a little longer would be good, but not too much all at once

liz said:
03 March 2009 @ 11:49

great spanish lessons, more please. We could do with a little lesson every daY.

Steve said:
03 March 2009 @ 12:41

Yes great Spanish lesson. I agree little and often would be good.

David Stewart said:
03 March 2009 @ 15:26

What ever the length of show I find them really useful. The ones I find really useful are thoes wher a Spannish person is interviewed and an English translation given (such as at the cheese 'factory'). Keep us the good work.

Mick said:
03 March 2009 @ 19:01

Great spanish lesson, learnt more in the your 2 minutes than I have learnt in the 2hour lessons at evening school in UK. Keep up the good work.

Tom and Kathy said:
05 March 2009 @ 20:50

We enjoy the show very much. The short Spanish lessons are great. Looking forward to the next show!

Meena said:
07 April 2009 @ 00:36

Caidad es mejor muchas gracias para ayudar.

Comotuqieres - Loved the visit to the Cheese factory. I can't even chase the ants away so chasing goats at the moment is out of question but hey my best regards to youg man and i am sure there many young ,fit and dedicated young ladies who will join him when the time is right.
Spanish es mejor pca poco:)

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