In episode 18 of Show Time Spanish, Mark and Alba talk about the advantages and disadvantages of buying things online, and share their experiences both positive and negative. In this week’s intermedio, Alba presents the city of Granada in the south of Spain, and José talks about ways to describe someone whose head is always in the clouds. Grammar points covered include the personal a, present subjunctive, double negatives, and the expression dar ganas a alguien.

Members | Purchase | RSS | iTunes link

Subscribe To Our Language & Culture Newsletter

We create a language and culture newsletter for learners of Spanish which is delivered by email on a monthly basis. Please enter your details below and we'll add you to our list.

For further information about our Privacy Policy, please click here.

Muchas gracias!Ok, there's one more step. You'll need to check your email now and you should have received an email from team@coffeebreaklanguages.com. In that email, please click on the Confirmation link. This ensures that we have your permission to send you the newsletter.

    1 Response to "Lesson 18 – Show Time Spanish"

    • Robert Ross

      Hi Mark – I’m coming to this very late, but glad I did. I noticed in this episode that a couple of times you used ‘infer’ when I think you meant ‘imply’, in the context of the use of the personal ‘a’ with tener to ‘imply’ an emotional significance; ‘Si quiero ayuda, tengo a mis amigos’ (or similar). Thought you’d want to know, being as you are a stickler for grammar. Adios y gracias por todas las clases. RR

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.