Learn how to conjugate regular verbs and ask questions.

Today, we’re going to talk about… interviews! Rob’s going to interview Liz, and ask some questions about her life! You’ll learn how to ask questions, and how to conjugate some simple regular verbs.


Rob: Hola, buenas, hola Lis

Lis: Hola Rob

Rob: ¿Cómo estás?

Lis: Muy contenta.

Rob: Ok, and hello everyone, and welcome to our fourth beginners Spanish from scratch podcast. Today we’re going to talk about interviews, “las entrevistas”. So I’m going to interview Lis, and will ask some questions about her life. And you’re going to learn how to ask questions and how to conjugate simple verbs. It’s a little00:30 bit intense, a little bit heavy, this podcast, so you might want to listen various times. We’ve also got some homework for you to do afterwards, so we’ll tell you all about that in a few moments. But first, as always, we’ll have our mini conversation, and we’d like you to listen, first time try and guess what we’re saying, and then the second time listen and we’ll leave a space for you to repeat each phrase after us. So in this 1:00 conversation, Rob is interviewing Lis.

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8 comments. Leave new

Excellent lesson love the way Rob explains the grammar points he makes it so easy to understand

that was so helpful
I am trying to finish “Spanish from Scratch” and “Beginners Spanish” in a month and maye start a little bit “Intermediate Spanish” wish me luck!!

is “vale” used in Colombia / South America or mainly in Spain?

Hi Jimmy

You’ll hear it everywhere, but it seems to me more common in Spain. However, as far as I know, it’s understood everywhere.

I’m interested in Cuban and Mexican spanish. I didn’t recognize the “Nosotros conjugation of the verbs. I also use Pimsleur, and i often hear El, or Ella for the 3rd person conjugation , and the verb sounds more like the ‘tu’ one, except without the ‘s’ . ex: yo hablo, tu hablas, El habla. I don’t ususally hear the ‘hablemos’ conjugation. Is it spoken differently in Spain than Cuba or Mexico, say? Please comment of this.

Hi Jim
Nosotros is definitely very common – you’ll hear it and its conjugations in any part of the Spanish speaking world!

Oh, i guess Nosotros is ‘we’ . So what would the conjugation of Hablar be for He or She?

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