Season 2 – Lesson 34 – Coffee Break Spanish

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In lesson 34 we’re continuing our ‘soap opera’. This week María-José is taking her friend to a restaurant, so we’ll be revisiting the language we learned previously in the course. We’ll also take the opportunity to look at the conditional tense or ‘mood’.

Please note that lesson 34 of Season 2 was originally known as lesson 234 of Coffee Break Spanish. We have renumbered the lessons of each season as lessons 1-40 to make things more simple for our listeners.

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3 Comments

  • Liam Doyle

    Reply Reply February 24, 2011

    Nunca la ha probado. In this phrase the ” b ” in probado was spoken with a ” v ” sound. I always thought the Spanish ” v ” took on a ” b ” sound in mainland Spain, but not vica-versa as in this case.

    • radiolingua

      Reply Reply February 25, 2011

      The “b” and “v” sounds vary depending on which part of the Spanish-speaking world you’re in. Very often they’re sort of “somewhere in the middle”: a cross between an English “b” and a “v” with a bit of a “w” thrown in too!

      • "C"

        February 26, 2011

        Mark, maybe at some point, do you think that you can convince Katriona to give us a full German course? Yes, i’m being purely selfish, but I just love the language. I lived there for a while, and I know I’ll never speak it as beautifully as say, Christophe Waltz, but I’d sure like to try :-).

        ¡Buen dia! Carol

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