In episode 6 of Show Time Spanish Mark and Alba discuss their recent visits to Edinburgh and will entertain you with some singing! José introduces two phrases to say that things are in a mess, and language points include the pluperfect tense and using double indirect pronouns, eg. a mi madre le gusta la música. 

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    3 replies to "Show Time Spanish – Episode 06"

    • Julie Sim

      Dear Mark,
      I can’t listen to Episode 6 online nor can I download it. I think there’s an error in the file.
      Thanks, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
      Julie

    • Craig

      I’m reviewing some of the lessons as I start to catch up again. I have a question that comes from the encore exercises:

      When do we use “antes”, “antes de”, “antes de que”, or (as in this lesson) “antes que”?

      From what I have picked up from CBS and STS, I think “antes” just means “before” followed by a noun. “Antes de”, I know, is followed by the infinitive (so no change in the person/thing doing the action). “Antes de que”–change in the person/thing doing the action? “Antes que”–?

      Estoy un poco confudido.

    • Vince

      Alba,

      Puedes explicarme por qué, en el chiste, dijiste ‘son perseguidos’? Yo habría dicho ‘están perseguidos’. Es porque es lo normal que un perro corre tras los gatos?

      Gracias

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