Season 1 – Lesson 04 – Coffee Break Spanish

In lesson 4, you’ll learn how to talk about where you live. Please note that lesson 4 of Season 1 was originally known as lesson 104 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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16 Comments on “Season 1 – Lesson 04 – Coffee Break Spanish”

  1. Ole,
    I found your pod casts on medifly.com and they are really great.I’m in Cleveland, Ohio and I listen to you pod casts at work.
    Your teaching method agrees with me.
    Here at the tool&die shop, I have a Spanish friend that I’m trying to learn to converse with.
    it’s fun challenge.
    Thank you for the help.
    Kevin.

  2. Hey guys I’ve been listening since episode 10 premiered for the first time. I’m so happy for your prosperity and the new show. Yo pienso que yo voy a oir a el otra podcast, “Coffee Break French”, por que tu. Bueno, no?

  3. hola,

    mark & kara
    me llamo callum
    soy de irlanda,i have a spanish student that im minding for 2 months and im only on lesson 4 and i talk brilliant to her.thanks guys.

  4. I really like the theme music it’s really ‘authentic’. All the things you learn stay in your head and you are unlikely to forget them. I really like the structure and the way Mark and Kara talk because it is very easy to understand. =D =/ =1

  5. Tags: I live, live, where, where do you live

    5 Responses to “Lesson 04 – Coffee Break Spanish”

    Kevin E.
    Nov 18, 2008
    ReplyOle,
    I found your pod casts on medifly.com and they are really great.I’m in Cleveland, Ohio and I listen to you pod casts at work.
    Your teaching method agrees with me.
    Here at the tool&die shop, I have a Spanish friend that I’m trying to learn to converse with.
    it’s fun challenge.
    Thank you for the help.
    Kevin.

    Michael Davisdson
    Nov 23, 2008
    ReplyHey guys I’ve been listening since episode 10 premiered for the first time. I’m so happy for your prosperity and the new show. Yo pienso que yo voy a oir a el otra podcast, “Coffee Break French”, por que tu. Bueno, no?

    Pete
    Nov 25, 2008
    ReplyI’ve learned great so far, but when will new lessons be released?

    callum jeacle
    Sep 29, 2010
    Replyhola,

    mark & kara
    me llamo callum
    soy de irlanda,i have a spanish student that im minding for 2 months and im only on lesson 4 and i talk brilliant to her.thanks guys.

    Bradley Makokha
    Dec 14, 2010
    ReplyI really like the theme music it’s really ‘authentic’. All the things you learn stay in your head and you are unlikely to forget them. I really like the structure and the way Mark and Kara talk because it is very easy to understand. =D =/ =1

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  6. I realllllyyyyyy enjoyed this and am desperate to do more and more. By the way is it posssible for you to access this on any other phone, I’m talikng about the step by step guide.

  7. Am LOVING these podcasts – they’re the perfect length, and I’m finding they move at just the right speed. Now that I vivo en Miami, I have ample opportunities each day to practice what I learn during my new fun coffeebreaks en Enspanol.

  8. Coffee Break Spanish es muy interesado y un buen modo de mejorar todos los dias sin gran dificultad! Para mi es la mas util de todas maneras (formas)de aprender idiomas que yo hice antes! Muchas gracias por compartir!

    Saludos!

  9. I love Coffee break Spanish, you are making learning Spanish so fun and less scary 🙂 I’m addicted to listening to more lessons now.

  10. This is a really good podcast!
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  11. Soy de Glasgow pero bvivo edinberough

    Why not soy again? … pero soy bvivo los estados unedos.

    1. radiolingua

      “Soy” means “I am”. “Vivo” means “I live”. In both these verbs the “I” is indicated by the ending -o. There is a specific word for “I” in Spanish – it’s “yo”, but you don’t need to say “yo soy” or “yo vivo” unless you want to stress the “I”.

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