Learn how to ask people about their interests, and say what you like and don’t like!

Transcript

Rob: Hello everyone, and welcome to our second beginners from scratch episode, on Spanish Obsessed. From me, Rob, “hola”, and from Lis:

Lis: Hola

Rob: Today, we’ll teach you how to talk about your interests. As in the previous podcast, we’ll have a little conversation, and then give you time to repeat and learn, and then we’ll break down the language we used, giving you00:30 bite-sized pieces of grammar, vocab, and phrases. As always, don’t forget to check out all of our accompanying materials on spanishobsessed.com. So in today’s conversation, Rob and Lis are talking about their interests.

Hola Lis, ¿qué más?

Lis: Hola Rob, muy bien gracias, y tú, ¿cómo estás?

Rob: Super, gracias!

Lis: Rob, ¿qué te gusta hacer en el tiempo libre?

Rob: Me 1:00 gusta ver la tele, también me gusta correr. Y a ti, ¿qué te gusta?

Lis: A mi me gusta el sol, y me gusta la comida buena también. Pero no me gusta la lluvia.

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See also

Liz was adamant that we included the following songs which will help you learn the phrase “me gusta”. There are two songs, one’s a particular favourite of mine, from Manu Chao, who sings the well known song “Me Gustas Tú” (I like you). The other one’s a Colombian Vallenato, which is a type of traditional folk-song. Enjoy!