In this week’s Coffee Break Spanish Espresso we’re focusing on a cultural aspect: in many Spanish-speaking places around the world this time of year is an important time for remembering friends and relatives who have passed away. In this episode we’ll be looking at some of the traditions – and vocabulary – surrounding El Día de los Muertos. In the Subjunctive of the Week section, Fernanda looks at esperar que, and this week’s quotation comes from Chilean author Isabel Allende.
Coffee Break Spanish Espresso 005 – Día de los Muertos
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