VOCABULARY IN SPANISH: How to talk about TV in Spanish?
Do you love to watch television series, but still don’t know how to talk about them in Spanish? Practice with this infographic full of vocabulary and expressions and read the dialogue 😊
Let’s see an example:
Mi serie favorita es “La casa de papel”.
¿Y dónde la ves? ¿La echan en la tele?
¡No! La veo en Netflix. Es muy buena.
¿De qué va?
Va de un grupo de personas que se juntan para atracar la casa de la moneda en Madrid, España. La casa de la moneda es donde se fabrica el dinero.
¡Mola! ¡Qué guay!
Estoy super enganchada…el prota (el protagonista) es “El profesor” y es un tío muy inteligente que lo ha planeado todo. También hay más personajes y todos tienen nombres de ciudades.
¡Eeeeeeeeh! ¡Para! ¡No me hagas spoiler que quiero verla!
Y tú, ¿estás viendo ahora alguna serie?
Estoy engachado a un reality que se llama “La isla de las tentaciones”.
¡Dios mío! Suena a telebasura…
Jajaajajaj…Sí… ¡pero a mí me gusta! Un día estaba haciendo zapping y empecé a verlo y me enganché.
¿Dónde lo echan?
En Telecinco los domingos y los miércoles. La presentadora me encanta. Ésta es la segunda temporada, pero en la primera la presentadora era una cantante muy famosa que se llama Mónica Naranjo.
¡Sí! En la primera temporada vi uno o dos capítulos, pero no me gustó. Prefiero los concursos o los documentales.
Entonces te recomiendo ver La 2 que es uno de los canales de la televisión pública de España y que tiene muchos programas culturales.
¿Cuál es tu serie de televisión favorita? Could you talk about it in Spanish? Leave a comment and practice!
Learn more with this wonderful video 🙂
El día de Acción de Gracias (Thanksgiving)
Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States on the 4th Thursday in November and in Canada on the 2nd Monday in October. Families and friends gather for dinner and give thankswith abanquet. The traditional dish is the turkey with filling, cranberry sauce, green beans, mashed potatoes with cravy and sweet potato. The most popular desserts are pumpkin pie and pudding(natillas).
The typical decoration is cornucopiathat adorns the center of the table as a symbol of abundance and prosperity.
It’s also a traditionparadeofMacy’sin Manhattan, New York (Broadway) with huge balloons and musical shows Another tradition is watching an NFL (National Football League) football game on television.
The Friday after Thanksgiving is known as Black Friday and stores offersalespand discounts on their products.
THE HISTORY – THE ORIGIN
in 1620 some colonizingpilgrimssailed from England to North America on a ship called the Mayflower. The first winter it was harsh from the lack of food and the cold. The natives(indigenous) , theWampanoag, helped the pilgrims by teaching them to cultivatecornand to fish and thus the pilgrims were able to survive..
After theharvestIn 1621 the pilgrims, very grateful, made a party to celebrate with the natives that lasted 3 days with a banquet like the one we know today.
VOCABULARIO ESPAÑOL – INGLÉS
Dar las gracias – To thank
Banquete – banquet, feast
Pavo – turkey
Relleno – stuffing
Salsa de arándanos – cranberry sauce
Judías verdes – green beans
Puré de patata – mashed potatoes
Salsa de carne – gravy
Boniato – yam
Pastel de calabaza – pumpkin pie
Pudin (natillas) – pudding
Cornucopia (Cuerno de la abundancia) – cornucopia
Desfile – parade
Rebajas – sales
Peregrino – pilgrim
Colonia – colony
Navegar – To sail
Nativo / Indígena – native american
Maíz – corn
Cosecha – harvest
Here is a video where I explain all this 🙂
Practice this vocabulary with this word search puzzle
Spanish vocabulary: Hygiene, beauty and makeup products | Cosmetics
In this video you are going to learn a very important vocabulary lesson in Spanish: The products we use on a daily basis
Hygiene products such as shampoo or cream, beauty products such as nail polish and makeup products such as mascara or glitter.
In this lesson I explain how to correctly use the basic vocabulary that we use in the bathroom and cosmetics and its correct pronunciation in Spanish.
Muletillas en español | Filler words in Spanish
Muletillas are Fillers words or phrases that we use to “support” ourselves when speaking in Spanish.
The fillers exist in all languages and help to sound more natural and in some cases they help us to buy time to think about what we are going to say or what word we are going to use.
Here you have some very practical material and a very fun exercise for you to practice. Leave me a comment;)
Replace English words with Spanish fillers (there are many options!)
It’s very simple. Pretérito pluscuamperfecto is the past of the past. When we talk about a story happened in the past and make reference to another that happened before … We use Pretérito pluscuamperfecto! As you already know the irregular participles it is very easy! Combine the auxiliary verb HABER in Pretérito imperfecto.
When you started studying Spanish, had you visited any Spanish-speaking country before?
Answer in the comments! (In Spanish!)
When we tell a story from the past and describe the circumstances surrounding it, we use Pretérito imperfecto. Also when an action is usual or lengthens in time. Here you can find its uses and conjugation. Luckily … There are only three irregular verbs! 😊
Do you want to practice? Describe in Spanish how your best childhood friend looked like!
Pretérito indefinido is the tense we use to talk about actions completed in the past. They have no relation to the present and are temporary. They are not usual or lengthen in time. Here you can find how to use it and its regular and irregular conjugation.
When was the first time you studied Spanish? Practice your Spanish answering in the comments 😊
We use Pretérito perfecto to talk about actions that have happened in the past but related in some way to the present and to talk about experiences we have lived (without a specific time). Its conjugation is very simple: We use the auxiliary verb HABER + the participle but… watch out for the irregular participles!
Have you studied Spanish today? Have you ever lived in a Spanish-speaking country? Leave your comments (In Spanish!) and doubts!
Spanish idioms with colours: AZUL (Blue), NARANJA (Orange) and MORADO (Purple)
This week you are going to learn some Spanish idioms with colours: AZUL (Blue), NARANJA (Orange) and MORADO (Purple)
SER EL PRÍNCIPE AZUL
We call “príncipe azul” to the perfect man, although he doesn’t exist XD
SER DE/ TENER SANGRE AZUL
It means being part of the royal family.
Felipe VI, el Rey de España, tiene sangre azul.
SER LA MEDIA NARANJA
Being someone else’s better half.
It means to eat…A LOT
Do you want to learn more expressions with COLOURS?
Spanish idioms with colours. VERDE. GREEN
Spanish idioms with colours. BLANCO. WHITE
Spanish idioms with colours. NEGRO. BLACK
Spanish idioms with colours. ROJO. RED
Spanish idioms with colours. AMARILLO, MARRÓN, ROSA. YELLOW, BROWN, PINK