Coming up in this lesson:

In lesson 28 we’ll be continuing to create phrases in the language based on the knowledge of grammar we’ve acquired in recent lessons. This week we’re focusing on the context of taking a taxi in a Spanish-speaking country.

Please note that lesson 28 of Season 2 was originally known as lesson 228 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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    4 replies to "Season 2 – Lesson 28 – Coffee Break Spanish"

    • m

      I am completely confused. These lessons stop at 68 but it is mentioned on the front page that there are 80.
      Also, in show time spanish it mentions that the subjunctive has been covered. Where is it?

    • also cofused

      Also confused why you have stopped at lesson 68 and started posting French lessons. Does anyone from radiolingue read these page. Come on Mark que te lo arreglen.

    • Aaron Cavanaugh


      I was wondering if you could do a show about renting apartments to low income people. I am currently working a temp job where I am an administrative assistant. I would love some really useful lines for talking to people about signing papers, filling out applications, waiting on a wait list, etc.

      Thanks. God Bless.


    • Ches

      Not confused at all, just grateful for the podcasts. Thanks!

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