¡Estamos de vuelta! It’s been a few weeks since our last episode of Show Time Spanish, and this has been the result of major server problems. We’ve completed a migration of all our content to new servers today, and we’re delighted to be back with a new episode of Show Time Spanish in which Mark is joined by Loreto, from Chile. In this first of two episodes with Loreto, we learn about the geography and culture of Chile.

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    6 replies to "Lesson 36 – Show Time Spanish"

    • Scott

      There’s no longer a link to download the MP3. Is this just an oversight in the server move?

    • Julie

      Dear Mark, what happened to the Download button so that we can save the file to our computer?

    • Ken

      Mark, i have a query regarding your example in the Encore for lesson 36, question 3. Here, you provide the answer as “le avergüenza admitir…
      Can you explain why it is not “se avergüenza admitir…. as this seems to be a “normal” reflexive verb?
      By the way fantastic content as ever – keep up the good work!

    • Dagmara

      So glad the ‘download’ button is back – thanks for great podcasts!!!

    • Scott

      Great! I’m loving these Latin America focused episodes. Thanks for bringing the direct download button back for use non-itunes listeners.

      I met with my El Salvadoran intercambio partner last night and we were discussing the appropriate use of tu vs. usted for my trip to Costa Rica next week and she mentioned that she uses “vos” with her sister. I was floored because in 2 years of studying Spanish this is the first time I’ve come across it. She said it’s common in many Latin American countries. It might be worth mentioning in an upcoming episode.

    • Simon

      The encore podcast and PDF for lesson 36 are still showing as “coming soon” on the STS members page. are they still unavailable or is the page out of date?



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