Unlimited Spanish

Helping you speak Spanish since 2013.

175: Los cuñados

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En este episodio:

  • Vamos a ver algunas de las frases más típicas que se dicen en reuniones familiares navideñas. Además, te presentaré la figura del “cuñado”, un personaje que siempre está ahí en este tipo de eventos.
  • A continuación, un punto de vista para mejorar tu gramática sin estudiar. Conocerás una pequeña historia sobre un secuestro. ¡No te lo pierdas!

Recursos:

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

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“In school most people learn Spanish by memorising and being focused on grammar, but when they have to speak, nothing comes out. That’s my situation, but as I am learning with Oscar’s lessons, I am enjoying the process, and actually, I understand real spoken Spanish more and more, and now little words of Spanish are popping up into my head. This method is much powerful, much faster and it’s the way to learn Spanish when you really want to speak it.” AJ Hoge, effortlessEnglish.com

“Unlimited Spanish are audio courses where native speaker Òscar simulates conversations, with cues for you to interact with him. It is among the best I’ve seen for simulating a real conversation from pre-recorded audio. For those of you who are also visual learners, you’ll be able to read along through transcripts of the audio.” Benny Lewis, fluentin3months.com

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11 Comments

  1. Artem

    the pdf link is broken

    Reply
    • Òscar Òscar

      Fixed!

      Reply
    • Mike Simone

      Hola, the pdf link is broken. And thank you so much for your podcasts!

      Reply
      • Òscar Òscar

        It should work now.Thanks.

        Reply
  2. Artem

    Sorry, I mean, mp3 link

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    • Òscar Òscar

      Fixed!

      Reply
  3. David

    El enlace PDF aún no funciona

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    • Òscar Òscar

      Hola. Ahora tendría que funcionar.

      Reply
  4. Peter

    Gracias por tu podcast, Oscar.

    I’m not sure that I fully understand the term cuñado. I think you said that it translates as brother-in-law but is there a wider translation of somebody who knows it all (a know-it-all)?!

    Your podcasts are excellent, they really are an excellent way to learn a language.

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    • Òscar Òscar

      Yes, the term “cuñado” is a know-it-all person. It is used in a humorous way.

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      • Peter

        Gracias,me le gusta!

        Reply

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