It’s destination Colombia for lesson 31 as Mark is joined by Carolina from Bogotá. Carolina introduces Mark to the geography and traditions of Colombia, and Mark learns a few useful expresiones colombianas. In episodes 31-40 of Show Time Spanish, Mark will be joined by various speakers of Spanish from different parts of Latin America, providing learners with a range of experiences and a useful introduction to each country and its traditions and language.

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    10 replies to "Lesson 31 – Show Time Spanish"

    • Weka

      Welcome Carolina
      Brilliant. Just got back from 2 glorious months in Colombia and have fallen in love with the place and people. I simply can’t stress enough what a great country this is to further your Spanish – I’m going without food to get back 🙂
      Loving STS.
      Cheers
      W

    • Pablo

      La palabra es Chévere!, la deletreo mal, mis felicitaciones a Coffee break, estoy estudiando el Coffee break French y es chévere!, un abrazo desde Colombia.

    • Punkinhead

      ¡Me encanta oír una Colombiana! He asistido dos cursos de español con maestras de Colombia y pienso que los acentos colombianos son muy fáciles de comprender.

    • Nancy Strasser

      I’m confused. I stumbled upon this lesson via the list of comments to ‘recent lessons’. But I can’t find the lesson or the PDF on the Members Page. Can anyone tell me where the PDF is?
      Nancy Strasser

    • Kingfisher

      Yo tambien Nancy.

      ¿Donde esta lección 31?

    • radiolingua radiolingua

      Sorry! ¡Lo siento mucho! This has been an oversight. I’ll get it sorted this afternoon.

    • radiolingua radiolingua

      The members’ page has now been fully updated with the pdf guide, the encore podcast and the encore notes. Apologies once again!

      http://rlnvault.com/rln09/members/sts-seasons-1-and-2/

    • Mark

      I was interested in the part about the ch (and ll) no longer being Spanish letters. I have seen conflicting information on this, with some saying that they’re no longer considered stand-alone letters, and other saying that the 1994 change was only about where they were put in alphabetical order, with dictionaries in mind. This web site (http://www.spanishpronto.com/spanishpronto/spanishalphabet.html) seems to suggest the second opinion, although my Spanish grammar book holds the first opinion? There also seems no consensus over whether ‘rr’ was ever considered a letter.

    • Michael

      Fenomenal – como siempre!
      Nothing like hearing a new accent and a new person and getting the confidence that you can entender la gente latinoamericana tambien!
      Mark – a quick question. When you refer to this as the “last season” of STS- is it really? Nothing after lesson 40?
      That would be (for me at least) a huge shame. Don’t get me wrong, I understand the amount of work that must go into producing the show, keeping the telenovela going and getting the bonus materials published. I just wished it would go for, ummm, well forever really.

    • Deleslynn

      Estoy de acuerdo con Michael. No es posible que sea la última temporada de STS. Quizás quiera decir es la última temporada hasta que vengan las lecciones 41-60??? ¡Espero que sí! Yo podria estar perdido sin STS. A mi, me gusta mucho la gira de las paises latinas. ¡Que buen idea! (i hope i didn’t get subjunctive happy)

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