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Would you find it excellent to implement the same topic in several languages, so that you can understand everything that is explained in it? Would you like to get to know my four projects I have so far? If so, I invite you to get to know my repertoire of podcasts, stay with me to get to know them. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podc…
 
What if you know that some vocables are often used as synonyms, when perhaps they are not employed correctly? Are you curious which words we are going to review, analyse and describe? If you are, stay until the final of the video for learning how to use them the right way. This day, I am require to touch one topic that is really crucial, as we have…
 
Do you like to read short plays? Do you like to read playwrights and writers to encourage reading their works? Do you like everyday themes from the time of the Mexican colony? If so, join me in this new episode of Storytellers, describing and analysing Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. Today I am back with another episode of: Storytellers, so I'll be tell…
 
When uncertainty merges with meanness, or greed, dismal stories emerge, such as the one you can read in this dramatic text called Bolitas de Naftalina (Mothballs of Naphthalene). This story was written by playwright Tristana Landeros in 2004. The play was the winner of the First Express Playwriting Competition of the International Playwriting Week.…
 
Hello everybody! I am Jess Estrada, and we are here one more time to practice our pronunciation! And today, we have acquired new vocabulary related to natural disasters. Before saying to you, which words we have chosen, I require to present my friend for this practice conversation. Salute to everyone Luis. Greeting everyone! My name is Luis Escamil…
 
This, that I am going to tell you, is really recently by the way. Two weeks ago, my mom and my uncle decided to do the groceries together in a supermarket, as that day is usually not so crowded. Therefore, they had gone over there and they had planned to do the shopping really swiftly. They accomplished that goal, but it was that decision that made…
 
The Castilian language had contact with another European languages during its consolidation as a tongue, as it was expected, that not only left sequels in each of them, but also like the languages are alive having exposure with others and they influence them mutually, they borrow linguistic forms, some words cross to the other language, sentences a…
 
Spanish is an idiom that has always influenced other languages in Europe, such as English, French, and Italian. From the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries, Spanish had a great expansion in these languages, causing words of Castilian origin to be annexed to other idioms, modify their pronunciation and writing. Are you interested in knowing a little …
 
Spanish is a language that has always influenced other tongues in Europe, such as English, French, and Italian. From the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries, Spanish had a great expansion in these languages, causing words of Castilian origin to be annexed to other speech, and modifying their pronunciation and writing. Are you interested in knowing a …
 
This time we will radically change the subject. We put the Romance languages aside for a moment, to comment and talk about the Germanic languages. Today we will have to address the origin of these languages, their relationship with other languages in Europe and their geographical distribution in the world. --- Send in a voice message: https://ancho…
 
Today's theme is complementary to all other episodes because we continue to look for more territories where Spanish has been taught as official, de facto or iure language. Let us hear where the Spanish language has been spoken on the planet. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcast-with-a-student/message…
 
Today's theme is complementary to all the other episodes, because we keep looking for more territories where Spanish has been taught as an official language, de facto or de iure. Let’s see where the Spanish spoke on the planet. Spain’s presence in the western Atlantic, apart from an unforeseen socio-economic shock, has had important political and c…
 
This episode continues the history of Spanish, how far it has come, how it has transcended and improved. And this episode is the second part of "Further Latinamerica and Spain". In this episode we will discuss where Spanish has left an influence, both in the new languages spoken in these countries, as well as in old or native languages On this occa…
 
We are going to hear about how Spanish expanded to different regions that are not only Latin America as we know where are the majority countries which speak Spanish, but also other regions that they are normally forgotten. In these cases, those countries are not officially Spanish speakers, they were in some cases, others are distinct, but this lan…
 
We are going to listen the characteristics features that are common in American Spanish. I will also talk about the accents that are shared in the region. At the same time, I will say some words that for me are special that the native languages transmitted to this amazing tongue that a lot of countries speak. --- Send in a voice message: https://an…
 
In this episode, you'll learn how spanish was influenced by geography, culture, and, different languages that are relative to it! Here will be some examples of how spanish is unique in the comparation of its siblings. This is the first part of two, because the next will bring thing. Stay tuned! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcast…
 
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