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#071: El español coloquial: Alcohol

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En este episodio:

  • Voy a introducir expresiones coloquiales relacionadas con el alcohol.  Las expresiones coloquiales son muy importantes si quieres entender muchas de las conversaciones de los españoles. ¡No te lo pierdas!
  • A continuación, voy a hacer una pequeña lección de punto de vista. Esta técnica te permite trabajar las diferencias gramaticales. Además, vamos a practicar el vocabulario introducido en la primera parte.


  • Audio en mp3 (click derecho en ratón y guardar)
  • Transcripción del episodio en pdf (click derecho en ratón y guardar)

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  1. Damilla Maia

    Hello Oscar, what a pleasure! I’m a brazilian engineer and I started to listen to your podcast last year, I just listened to this episode and I must say it’s terrific. Not only this episode, but all your work, I can tell you’re passionate about what you do and that’s inspiring. Gratitude.

    • Òscar Òscar

      Thanks! My work takes a lot of effort but definitely pays off. Thanks for listening!

  2. Paolo

    entonces ponerse ciego de comida es lo mismo de ponerse morado, verdad?


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