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#008: Ver, mirar, observar, contemplar. ¡Muévete!

Welcome to a new episode of Unlimited Spanish Podcast: The best way to learn about Spanish, culture and practice your listening for free!

En este episodio:

  • analizaré las palabras: ver, mirar y contemplar. A veces puedes parecer confusas.
  • A continuación la mini-historia
  • Por último una pregunta sobre la relación del movimiento físico y aprendizaje.

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  1. Jam

    Muchas gracias por tu ayuda. Estoy Escuchando tus podcasts cada dìa.

    • Òscar Òscar

      Muy bien. Gracias!

  2. Marina

    Muchas Gracias Oscar! Eres el mejor!

    • Òscar Òscar

      Gracias! Me voy a poner rojo! 🙂

  3. Kianoush

    Hola oscar, muchisimas gracias por tus podcasts tan utiles, puedes por favor hacer las mini historias y las preguntas mas largas? Me parecen muy muy util y me gustaria practicar mas con ellas

  4. Tim Settlemoire

    I really enjoy your free podcasts and am using them along with Duolingo podcasts to become fluent in Spanish. I have been through Duolingo for learning and then I did all five levels of Pimsleur. But I noticed when I started watching videos that they spoke way too fast! These podcasts are really helping.
    I wanted to let you know that “Lazarillo de Tormes” is in “Easy Spanish Reader” by William T Tardy, third edition and I have it and have read it. It is an adaptation. I really enjoyed it. You mentioned it in an earlier podcast but said that you did not recommend it for reading as it is way too hard.

  5. Pnayotis

    Hola Oscar:

    ¿Que tal estás? Soy Panayotis, soy de Grecia y aprendo español con su ayuda :-). Quería decirte que en este episodio has mencionadc que cuando caminas, más sangre llega al cerebro, pues no es así.
    El FSC=Flujo Sanguíneo Cerebral debe permanecer estable para evitar hipotensión ο hipertensión y muchas más problemas y por eso nuestro cuerpo auto-ajusta el flujo.Por supuesto, el ejercicio es un factor clave para el cerebro ,y por lo tanto, también para el aprendizaje.
    Un abrazo de oso,

  6. Tatiana

    Tu podcast es genial! Muchas gracias!


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