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In lesson 16 you’ll learn more useful language for ordering drinks and snacks in the café or bar.

Please note that lesson 16 of Season 1 was originally known as lesson 116 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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    7 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 16 – Coffee Break Spanish"

    • Danuta

      Hello
      I enjoy the Coffee Break Spanish. But sometimes I have difficulty to find the right spelling of some words you use in the lesson.
      In lesson 16 you use the word traer = to bring

      How do you write down the sentence ” Can you bring us a menu ?”
      When is more then one person and where is only one . I went on line for transletion and they always gave me – Puede.
      Do you mind sometimes to spell the words for us ie. not members. I wish I could be one but annot afford it .
      Thank you very much .
      Danuta.

    • shabeil

      soy tu mayor fan carol mi nombre es im shabeil niños de 9 años me gustaría hacer una nota a mi amigo ámbar

    • Khin

      mas palabras para aprender… but still enjoying..

      En la ciudad donde vivo yo, hay muchas cosas interesantes,
      Hay un cine y una catedral y hay diecinueve restaurantes….

    • Frank

      Hola, ¿qué tal está?,
      liking the course which I am using to support my learning with an Open University course in Beginners’ Spanish that I am doing.
      One question that I have is when using ‘otro’ (for example when repeating a drink order) would you say another wine, another coffee, another horchata etc by repeating the word otro(a) before each item or just say it once at the start of the sentence and then list what was required

      un saludo

    • Lindsey Jung

      Gracias 🙂 jaja
      Me mucho gusta esto clase. bbb

    • caitlin

      haha made the jjj amon sound in public. got a few stares

    • Jesus

      Hola
      Me llamo Jesus
      Me gusta coffee con leche y coffee break espanol.
      Nos trae la cuenta por favor.
      Gracias

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