Welcome to week 6 of TwitterLearn Spanish. This week we’re asking for directions in the town! Listen to today’s show here:

[audio:http://media.libsyn.com/media/twitterlearn/tls-01-26.mp3]

Today’s words and phrases:

perdóneme, por favor – “excuse me, please”
¿me puede ayudar? – “can you help me?”

Remember that by following @learnspanish on Twitter, you can learn Spanish in 140-character lessons linked to these audio programmes.

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    2 replies to "TwitterLearn Spanish – Season 1 – Day 26"

    • Alex Learns Spanish

      While listening to Spanish speakers, I’ve heard it said like this:

      ¿Puede ayudar me?

      Or, familiarly (a friend):

      ¿Puedes ayudar me?

      What is the significance of the difference?

    • radiolingua radiolingua

      ¡Cuidado! You can indeed say ¿puede ayudarme? (formal) or ¿puedes ayudarme? (informal), but just make sure that the ‘me’ is tagged onto the infinitive. There’s no difference between ¿me puede ayudar? and ¿puede ayudarme? They both mean the same thing, although some speakers may favour one over the other.

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