Show Time Spanish – Episode 09

Posted on December 14, 2008

In this 10th episode of our intermediate-advanced Spanish course, Mark and Alba discuss Christmas traditions in Spain. José introduces a couple of phrases which you can tell someone not to take something the wrong way in this week’s intermedio. Grammar points covered include al + infinitive, por and para, volver a hacer algo, and expressions which are followed by the subjunctive including antes de que, sin que and para que. 

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3 Responses to “Show Time Spanish – Episode 09”

  1. leenam
    Dec 25, 2008
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    This was a wonderful episode! (As they all have been so far.) I really liked the lovely story of Caga-tiò told by Alba – I never heard of him before! And it’s so fun to actually understand the conversation, only on the basis of having followed CBS and Show Time Spanish from the beginning. You are doing a great job, with just the right pace.


  2. Flo
    Feb 21, 2011
    Reply

    Omg, this was the most amusing CBS/STS podcast I’ve listened to so far! It inspired me to google the history of “caga tio” and I laughed my head off. Thanks for a great podcast and a most interesting culture lesson.


    • radiolingua
      Feb 25, 2011
      Reply

      There’s more info about the Caga Tio here



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