We take a break from grammar to explore transport:
- How to talk about different forms of transport
- “Coger” and “tomar” with transport
- The similarities and differences between “caminar” and “andar”
Rob: This is episode 15 of Spanish Obsessed, Spanish from Scratch, taking you from complete beginner to giving you a bit of a foundation in Spanish. As always I’m joined by Lis
Lis: Hola. Hola a todos.
Rob: ¿Cómo estás?
Lis: Bien, muy bien.
Rob: We have been talking quite a lot about grammar in our last few podcasts, so really building that foundation. We’ve talked about how 00:30 to conjugate simple verbs in the present tense, we’ve talked about how to talk about the future, using “ir a”, and we’ve talked about obligation, we’ve looked at adjectives and things like that. So we’ve got a bit of a foundation now, and what we want to do in this session is bring it away from grammar a little bit and just introduce a few different types of vocabulary and phrases which you can use right away. So what’s the focus of today’s lesson, Lis?
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Talking about “bicicletas”, here’s “La Bicicleta”, a hugely popular song from Shakira and Carlos Vives: