Spanish: Learn Like a Native with Week Three Conversation Five

spanish: learn like a native

Spanish: Learn Like a Native with Week Three Conversation Five

Spanish: Learn Like a Native

Spanish: learn like a native from a native in this series of podcast episodes of conversations with native speakers from all over the world.

Episode Summary

In this episode, you will meet Gabriel from Costa Rica. He will tell us about his life now, their education system, family life, leisure time, economy and more.

Essential words and phrases to understand this conversation:

como dije anteriormente: like I said before

el desempleo: unemployment

principalmente: mainly

el bachillerato: secondary school level

funciona: works

debido a: due to

delitos: crimes

productos del mar: sea products

salir a comer: go out to eat

dar a luz: to give birth

Learn Spanish from a native like a native!

  1. Read through the essential words and phrases.
  2. Listen.
  3. Listen again.
  4. Do the fluency exercises.

Learning a language begins with understanding. When you hit the upper levels, it is vital that you understand deeply. Reading and listening allows you the opportunity to dig deep into grammar and vocabulary, all completely in the context of authentic communication and use. Read and listen multiple times. Eventually, the language you soak up will become your own.

We live in an unprecedented time. Never before in the history of the world have we had so much access to authentic language and culture. These recordings allow you to listen multiple times to get that deep understanding you need to speak like a native yourself. Unlike in real conversations, you can repeat what you didn’t understand as many times as you need. You will find yourself owning what you heard and read.

Looking to dig deeper? Be sure to check out the link below to get all of the materials you need to start speaking Spanish like it was your first language.

Get the free workbook here with the exercises and transcripts:

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