En este episodio del podcast vemos algunas palabras que en español pueden funcionar como participio y también como adjetivo o nombre. ¡Vamos!
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Un buen episodio para complementar el número 32. Acordar no es lo mismo que acordarse. ¿Cuál es la diferencia?
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In this episode we learn how to use the verbs “recordar” and “acordarse”
In this episode, we overview the possessives in Spanish
In this episode, we look at the word “ya” and learn to understand and use it in Spanish when it means “ahora”
This is a completely improvised episode where I simply speak Spanish spontaneously. There are plenty of tooltips in the transcript though, to help you comprehend the meaning while to can listen to the sounds and analyze the pace of a spontaneous speech. Good luck!
This is the second episode of a mini-series where I talk about the imperative in Spanish, more specifically how to form the imperative with the pronoun vosotros
In this podcast we look at the imperative, a tense many intermediate and advanced learners usually have trouble with.
Este episodio “suena” un poco diferente, ¡espero que te guste!
Today, a useful expression which will serve as an excuse to study the pluscuamperfecto de subjuntivo in Spanish
In this episode of ESPAÑOL CON JOSE we look at a variety of expressions we may use in a very bad day
After reading an article on the internet about the phenomena of seseo, triggered by a popular song, I discuss this in today’s episode
One more time I insist in the benefits of audio content to learn a language or so many other things
If someone told you that learning Spanish is a piece of cake, what would you say?
“To run” is just one of the many meanings of the verb “correr”. Let’s learn a few things about this topic in today’s episode.
In this episode I teach you a few expressions where native Spanish speakers may use the well-known word “vale”
This is the first improvised podcast I’ve done. A nice experience for me and that I hope you like and benefit from. It certainly lacks the structure of other episodes but it gains in spontaneity, of course. Enjoy.
In this episode we’re going to learn expressions with «dar» in conjunction with the indirect object «le». A bit difficult, but interesting.
Today, let’s review some basics on the subjunctive mood in Spanish
In this episode we continue with the topic we saw in the previous one: the verb «deshacer». This time we will focus on some interesting expressions.
In this episode we take a look at the verb “deshacer”. We’ll learn what it means and I’ll give you a few examples and exercises for you to really practise how to use it
Another expression containing the sound “ch” 🙂 And a very colloquial one. Let’s find out what it means.
In this episode I show you various uses and examples with the word «cacho» in Spanish
In this episode I explain you another useful group of words that will enhance your speech a lot: «de no ser por». Also, I explain some alternatives you may want to use or at least should know in case you hear them from a native speaker of Spanish
Learning Spanish is a long distance race. It’ll take time and you’ll need to consume a lot of content in Spanish. Hence the importance of choosing content that we actually enjoy, content featuring topics that appeals to us.
In this episode I talk about the importance of avoiding frustration when learning Spanish as well as the concept of «the zone», also known as «flow»
In this episode we look at a very colloquial structure we Spanish native speakers use a lot: «en lo que». Find out what it means in this episode!
In this episode I speak about something vital to keep us going towards our goals. Take a look and let me know what you think! 🙂
In this episode I talk about the vision I have for teacherjose.com: a go-to site on the internet with great resources that people can trust to learn or improve their Spanish
In this episode I speak about the importance of written and listening comprehension and the benefits of audio format to achieve this.
In this episode I teach you a few expressions with «me da/me da que». Take good note of them because they’re very common in coloquial Spanish!
Sometimes we keep dragging a mistake, a weakness for years and years. We are aware of it and yet we don’t do anything to fix it. It has happened to me as well and in this episode I share it with you so you, hopefully, we’ll seriously reflect on that and… fix it!
Second episode of the podcast where I teach you some basic sentences in Spanish that will enhance the way you communicate with native speakers
Nace ESPAÑOL CON JOSE, a new podcast to learn Spanish, a new format I am sure will help many of you who, like me, love audio content.