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3 Minute Spanish - Course 1 | Language lessons for beginners

Kieran Ball, Learn a language in 3-minute chunks

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97 Lessons (5h 9m)
    • 1. Introduction: How to learn Spanish in 3-minute chunks

      4:59
    • 2. Spanish lesson 1a | Your first few words in Spanish plus, what is that line?

      3:14
    • 3. Spanish lesson 1b | How to make your sentences negative

      2:53
    • 4. Spanish lesson 1c | Let's practise

      3:10
    • 5. Spanish lesson 1d | Reverse translations

      3:26
    • 6. Spanish lesson 1e | What else?

      2:29
    • 7. Spanish lesson 2a | A new word that looks English

      3:12
    • 8. Spanish lesson 2b | Some more adjectives

      3:10
    • 9. Spanish lesson 2c | A useful phrase with two meanings

      4:26
    • 10. Spanish lesson 2d | Let's practise

      3:11
    • 11. Spanish lesson 2e | Reverse translations

      2:34
    • 12. Spanish lesson 2f | Recap translations

      3:00
    • 13. Spanish lesson 2g | Reverse recap translations

      3:51
    • 14. Spanish lesson 3a | Let's start being polite in Spanish

      3:14
    • 15. Spanish lesson 3b | Always a perfect adjective

      3:06
    • 16. Spanish lesson 3c | How do you say "that"?

      3:49
    • 17. Spanish lesson 3d | Let's pratise

      3:11
    • 18. Spanish lesson 3e | Reverse translations

      3:16
    • 19. Spanish lesson 3f | Recap translations

      2:56
    • 20. Spanish lesson 3g | Reverse recap translations

      4:28
    • 21. Spanish lesson 4a | Pronouncing the double L

      3:27
    • 22. Spanish lesson 4b | The opposite of sí and bueno

      3:10
    • 23. Spanish lesson 4c | Your first Spanish noun

      3:23
    • 24. Spanish lesson 4d | Another useful adverb

      4:07
    • 25. Spanish lesson 4e | Let's practise

      3:06
    • 26. Spanish lesson 4f | Reverse translations

      3:07
    • 27. Spanish lesson 4g | Recap translations

      2:38
    • 28. Spanish lesson 4h | Reverse recap translations

      2:45
    • 29. Spanish lesson 4i | Vocabulary recap

      2:33
    • 30. Spanish lesson 5a | More nouns

      3:19
    • 31. Spanish lesson 5b | How to say "the" in Spanish

      4:05
    • 32. Spanish lesson 5c | What is a noun?

      3:04
    • 33. Spanish lesson 5d | What's an adjective?

      3:27
    • 34. Spanish lesson 5e | Masculine and feminine adjectives

      3:25
    • 35. Spanish lesson 5f | A terrible adjective

      3:47
    • 36. Spanish lesson 5g | Vocabulary Expansion Sheet: Food

      4:10
    • 37. Spanish lesson 5h | Let's practise

      3:13
    • 38. Spanish lesson 5i | Reverse translations

      3:24
    • 39. Spanish lesson 5j | Recap translations

      2:58
    • 40. Spanish lesson 5k | Reverse recap translations

      3:01
    • 41. Spanish lesson 5l | Vocabulary recap

      2:47
    • 42. Spanish lesson 6a | "My" and the letter h

      3:19
    • 43. Spanish lesson 6b | Everybody is nice

      3:17
    • 44. Spanish lesson 6c | Some practice sentences

      3:04
    • 45. Spanish lesson 6d | Let's practise

      3:06
    • 46. Spanish lesson 6e | Reverse translations

      2:45
    • 47. Spanish lesson 6f | Recap translations

      3:13
    • 48. Spanish lesson 6g | Reverse recap translations

      3:15
    • 49. Spanish lesson 6h | Vocabulary recap

      3:12
    • 50. Spanish lesson 7a | "A" in Spanish

      3:09
    • 51. Spanish lesson 7b | A tea and a coffee, please

      3:09
    • 52. Spanish lesson 7c | I would like…

      3:23
    • 53. Spanish lesson 7d | A table for two

      3:24
    • 54. Spanish lesson 7e | Vocabulary Expansion Sheet: Numbers

      2:46
    • 55. Spanish lesson 7f | Let's practise

      3:23
    • 56. Spanish lesson 7g | Reverse translations

      3:37
    • 57. Spanish lesson 7h | Recap translations

      3:28
    • 58. Spanish lesson 7i | Reverse recap translations

      3:24
    • 59. Spanish lesson 7j | Vocabulary recap

      3:44
    • 60. Spanish lesson 8a | …and the food?

      3:28
    • 61. Spanish lesson 8b | Two more words

      3:17
    • 62. Spanish lesson 8c | Plural nouns

      3:25
    • 63. Spanish lesson 8d | Practising plurals: Part 1

      3:24
    • 64. Spanish lesson 8e | Practising plurals: Part 2

      3:25
    • 65. Spanish lesson 8f | Plural adjectives

      4:01
    • 66. Spanish lesson 8g | Four forms for each adjective

      3:05
    • 67. Spanish lesson 8h | Some more nouns

      3:19
    • 68. Spanish lesson 8i | Plural "my"

      3:19
    • 69. Spanish lesson 8j | Don't lose sleep!

      2:35
    • 70. Spanish lesson 8k | Let's practise

      3:43
    • 71. Spanish lesson 8l | Reverse translations

      3:22
    • 72. Spanish lesson 8m | Recap translations

      3:12
    • 73. Spanish lesson 8n | Reverse recap translations

      3:25
    • 74. Spanish lesson 8o | Vocabulary recap

      4:53
    • 75. Spanish lesson 9a | The Greetings Lesson

      3:08
    • 76. Spanish lesson 9b | Good evening

      3:05
    • 77. Spanish lesson 9c | See you soon

      4:12
    • 78. Spanish lesson 9d | Let's practise

      2:17
    • 79. Spanish lesson 9e | Reverse translations

      2:26
    • 80. Spanish lesson 9f | Recap translations

      3:46
    • 81. Spanish lesson 9g | Reverse recap translations

      3:14
    • 82. Spanish lesson 9h | Vocabulary recap

      5:22
    • 83. En El Restaurante a - La Ensalada

      1:17
    • 84. En El Restaurante b - Las Verduras

      2:41
    • 85. En El Restaurante c - El Pescado y Los Mariscos

      1:52
    • 86. En El Restaurante d - La Carne

      1:57
    • 87. En El Restaurante e - Las Otras Cosas

      2:07
    • 88. En El Restaurante f - Los Condimentos

      2:06
    • 89. En El Restaurante g - La Cocina Española

      1:04
    • 90. En El Restaurante h - El Postre

      2:00
    • 91. En El Restaurante i - La Fruta

      4:25
    • 92. En El Restaurante j - Las Bebidas

      3:11
    • 93. En El Restaurante k - Los Cubiertos

      1:44
    • 94. Los Números - 0-100

      5:25
    • 95. Los Números - 101-1000

      2:15
    • 96. The Happy Linguist

      1:30
    • 97. Vocabulary Expansion Sheets

      1:00
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About This Class

Learn to speak Spanish you can use in everyday real-world situations - all in just 3-minute chunks! | Complete course

Hola y bienvenidos :-)
(Hello and welcome)

There is nothing more thrilling than being able to speak to the locals in their own language when you visit a foreign country. Well, now you can experience that amazing feeling too!

My name is Kieran Ball and I’ve been teaching foreign languages in my hometown for over fifteen years. I love languages, I love learning and I love teaching. I also love chocolate, but this isn’t really the place to discuss my chocoholism!

I created 3 Minute Spanish as a way to make learning Spanish easier than ever before and accessible to anybody, especially people who have tried and failed in the past. My course is perfect for the complete beginner as I break down the Spanish language into tiny chunks that I show you how to build back together again in a logical, simple to understand way. You can go from knowing no Spanish at all to putting together your own sentences in just a few minutes.

HOW DOES 3 MINUTE SPANISH WORK?

As the name suggests, each lesson in this course lasts just three minutes (more or less!). In each lesson, you learn a tiny chunk of Spanish that you can use to build sentences. As you work through the course, you learn more and more little chunks and your sentences will gradually get longer and longer.

The chunks that you learn in the first lessons are carried through to the last lessons. This means you don’t have to worry about trying to remember everything; you will get so much opportunity for practice that you will find the words and phrases just sink into your brain.

The lessons in this course are focused, practical and effective, and you will build language skills that you can use straight away in real-world situations. You will be able to speak Spanish comfortably and with confidence whenever you’re in a Spanish speaking country.

WHY 3 MINUTES?

When you begin learning something new, you tend to start off with lots of excitement and motivation. You might spend a few hours on the first day learning, but then the next day, you can only manage one hour, and then that goes down to half an hour, and then you get bored and you give up. Well, the reason behind the very short lessons is that it helps you to stay motivated and it also enhances the learning process.

By keeping your learning to short chunks, you will find three wonderful things start to happen:

1. You will maintain enthusiasm

If you want to learn anything, you have to maintain enthusiasm or else you won’t continue. If you limit your study time to just three minutes, you’ll keep Spanish fresh and exciting and you’ll be eager to learn. If you spend hours studying, very quickly you’ll get bored with Spanish and it’ll turn into a chore.

2. You will study more consistently

It’s much better to study for just three minutes once a day than to study for three hours once a week. A spare three minutes is relatively easy to find even in the most hectic of schedules. If you make sure you complete at least one three-minute study session every day, it’ll quickly become a habit that you’ll do without thinking. It’s much easier to fit in a daily three-minute habit than a weekly one-hour habit. By doing this, you’ll become a much more consistent learner, and consistency is the key to success.

3. You will remember things better

This is my favourite reason as to why you should limit your study to just three-minute chunks. If you study something for just three minutes every day, you’ll trick your brain into memorising the information more quickly than if it were to see the information for hours each day. It’ll think, “I see this information every day so it must be important, but I don’t see it for very long, so I’d better hold onto it and make it into a memory fast!” You’ll be amazed at how much more easily things tend to stay in your brain if you limit yourself to just three minutes a day.

So, that’s why I keep the lessons to just three minutes.

A METHOD THAT REALLY WORKS

I can’t quite believe it, but over 130,000 people in more than 200 countries have now used 3 Minute Languages to learn to speak a foreign language. It still amazes me when I get an email from somebody on the other side of the world telling me how much they have enjoyed learning Spanish with me. Apart from the thrill it gives me to find out people are listening to my voice in places like Mongolia, Peru and even Fiji, it also confirms to me that the 3 Minute Languages courses work.

So, if you want a course that teaches you to speak Spanish you can use in everyday situations using a simple and fun method, then start watching 3 Minute Spanish today.

Gracias :-)

Kieran

PROGRESS TO THE NEXT COURSE

Once you have completed this course, if you would like to learn more Spanish using the same method, you can find courses 1 to 5 on SkillShare. Here are the links:

3 Minute Spanish – Course 1

3 Minute Spanish – Course 2

3 Minute Spanish – Course 3

3 Minute Spanish – Course 4

3 Minute Spanish – Course 5

 

Additionally, I have a series of Spanish courses called “Building Structures”. These courses use the same method found in the 3 Minute Spanish courses, but they focus on building fluency by looking at the different structures of the Spanish language. I recommend starting these courses once you’ve completed up to 3 Minute Spanish – Course 3, and then you can work through both series simultaneously. Here are the links for the Building Structures in Spanish courses on SkillShare:

Building Structures in Spanish – Structure 1

Building Structures in Spanish – Structure 2

Building Structures in Spanish – Structure 3

 

Finally, if you want to explore the Spanish language even further, I have some Spanish grammar courses available. I’ve used the same method in these courses as I have in the other courses, so hopefully you’ll find them fun and interesting

Spanish Grammar – Quick Guide – Verbs 1

 

If you would like to learn a different language, I have the same courses above available in French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Dutch. Just head to my SkillShare profile page to find them all: https://www.skillshare.com/user/3minutelanguages

 

Happy learning

Transcripts

1. Introduction: How to learn Spanish in 3-minute chunks: Allah Bienvenido Hello and welcome to three minutes. Spanish. So kita I'm Karen Onda. I'm a language tutor based in the UK and I wrote this course to help me to learn to speak Spanish. The lessons in this course are based on the method I developed for teaching languages, which I use in all my classes and courses. This method will get you speaking quickly without the struggle. Normally associate ID with language learning. If you've struggled to learn Spanish before then, this course is perfect for you because I truly believe that anybody can learn to speak a foreign language. We are all human beings, which means we all possess the attributes that make us human beings. There's a wonderful quote by a man called Terence. He said I am human on nothing that is human is alien to me. What I take this to mean is that if one person is capable of something, then we are all capable of it because we are all humans too. There's nothing in the world that I can't understand if somebody before me has succeeded in understanding it. Therefore, it is only logical that since there are more than 500 million people in the world who have managed to learn to speak Spanish. Then you can learn it too, anyway philosophizing over. Let's begin Spanish in three minutes. I hear you cry suspiciously. Yes, this course is intricately designed to get you speaking Spanish. Quickly, Andi, easily. I created the lessons in this course for the complete beginner who only has a few minutes to spare each day. I've arranged all the lessons in this course so that they could be completed in short bursts whenever you find yourself with a moment of freedom. Now, before you start this course, let me share with you an extremely handy learning tip that helped me to progress quickly and effectively in language learning. When most people start studying for anything, they tend to spend the first day or two studying for hours and hours and get through lots of work. However, very quickly this begins to dwindle. You might feel like spending hours studying Spanish, which is great, but you want that feeling of motivation to continue and it won't continue if you do actually spend hours studying. Limit your study time to chunks of just three minutes. If you live in your study to just three minute chunks, there are three things that will happen. Firstly, your maintain enthusiasm. If you want to learn anything, you have to maintain enthusiasm or else you won't continue. If you limit your study time to just three minutes, you'll keep Spanish fresh and exciting and you'll be eager to learn. If you spend hours studying very quickly, you'll get bored with Spanish and it'll turn into a chore. Secondly, your study more consistently. It's much better to study for just three minutes once a day than to study for three hours once a week. A spare three minutes is relatively easy to find, even in the most hectic of schedules. If you make sure you complete at least 13 minutes to recession every day, it will quickly become a habit that you'll do without thinking. It's much easier to fit in a daily three minute habit than a weekly one hour habit On. By doing this, you'll become a much more consistent loner on consistency is the key to success. Thirdly, you'll find you memorize things much more effectively. This is my favorite reason as to why you should limit your study to just three minute chunks. If you study something for just three minutes every day, you'll trick your brain into memorizing the information more quickly than if it were to see the information for hours. Each day your brain will think I see this information every day, so it must be important. But I don't see it for very long, so I better hold on to it and make it into a memory fast. You'll be amazed at how much more easily things stay in your brain if you limit yourself to just three minutes a day, so three minutes is the key. Once you've watched 13 minute lesson, stop and then give yourself at least half an hour before you do another three minutes, you should aim to do at least 13 minute chunk every day, any more than that is a bonus. But one is fine. Just work through the course and complete all the exercises. That's all, and you'll be amazed at how much you live in. So good look when I swear it, they aunt happy learning 2. Spanish lesson 1a | Your first few words in Spanish plus, what is that line?: Here's your first word in Spanish Wendell. When it means good win. And here's your next word. IHS. This this means it is. So how would you say in Spanish? It is good s when it's window. You'll start to notice some similarities between Spanish and English words. For example, this word fantastical fantastical, means fantastic. Fantastical. So how would you say in Spanish? It is fantastic. It's fantastical, is fantastical. You might be wondering what that little line is. On top of the A in fantastical is called an accent on din. Spanish accents are useful because they tell you where to emphasize the word. The accent on top of the A means that you emphasize that part of the word. So you say fantastical rather than fantastico or fantastico. It's fantastical, so accents in Spanish are useful for helping us to learn how to pronounce words. So if you see an accent on the top of a letter in a word, you emphasize that part of the word more than any other fantastical. Here's another word that looks similar to English. Absolutely Mente, absolutely mental, it means absolutely, absolutely meant. So how would you say it is absolutely fantastic is absolutely mental. Fantastical is absolutely mental. Fantastical. So in this lesson, so far we've had way. No, which means good yes, meaning it is fantastical, which means fantastic. And they also said that when you have a weird that has an accent, then you stress the part of the world where the accent is more than any other so fantastical. And then we had absolutely mente, which means absolutely well. Here's a cute little word in Spanish. A key hockey. It means here, AKI, and you'll see that there is an accent on top of the eye. So you emphasize that part of the world more aqui. You don't say AKI is a key, so a key means here. How would you say in Spanish? It is good here. It's win Rocky as well, Noaki. 3. Spanish lesson 1b | How to make your sentences negative: How do you say in Spanish? It's fantastic here. It's fantastic, Rocky, it's fantastic. Lucky Or how would you say it is absolutely fantastic. Here is absolutely mental. Fantastic. Lucky is absolutely meant a fantastic wacky. Here's a word that you might recognize if you've learned any Spanish before My my, it means very my. So how would you say in Spanish? It is very good as my bueno is my bueno. So in this s And so far we've had Wendell, which means good s meaning. It is fantastical, which means fantastic, Absolutely meant day. Meaning absolutely a key, Which means here. And we've just had my meaning. Very So how would you say in Spanish? It is very good here. Yes, my brain. AKI, It's my brain. Walkie! The word s means it is. Well, here's the opposite noise. No s. It means it isn't No s. Basically all we're doing is putting the word No. In front of s no s. So s means it is noise. It isn't So. How would you say in Spanish? It isn't good. No es bueno noise. Bueno, It isn't very good noise. My bueno noise. My bueno. It isn't fantastic. noise. Fantastical noise fantastical. And how would you say it isn't very good here. Noise, More Bouchenaki noise, More bwin Rocky. 4. Spanish lesson 1c | Let's practise: you've learned quite a few words and phrases in Spanish Now on. Hopefully you've been saying them out loud so that you can master the pronunciation to really embed these words and phrases in your brain. Let's do some practice translations. Here are some English sentences. Try and work out how to say them in Spanish. How do you say in Spanish? It's good. Yes, we know s when it's absolutely fantastic. Here is absolutely mental. Fantastic. Lucky is absolutely meant a fantastic wacky. It's good here. It's when Rocky, it's buena lucky. It is very good as my bueno. Yes, my bueno. It isn't very good here. Noise More Buena Lucky noise. More Gwen. Rocky, It isn't good. It's fantastic noise. Bueno s fantastical noise. Bueno s fantastical. It's fantastic. S fantastical is fantastical. It's fantastic Here. It's fantastic. Wacky. It's fantastic. Wacky. It isn't good. It's absolutely fantastic noise. Bueno is absolutely mental. Fantastical? No es bueno. It's absolutely meant a fantastical. It's very good here. Yes, my brain. Rocky is my bwin walkie 5. Spanish lesson 1d | Reverse translations: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. See if you can work out what these Spanish sentences mean in English noise. More bueno noise. More bueno. It isn't very good. S and my bueno. Yes, my bueno. It's very good noise. Fantastic lucky noise. Fantastic, Wacky. It isn't fantastic here. It's absolutely mental. Fantastic, wacky. It's absolutely mental. Fantastic, wacky. It's absolutely fantastic here. Noise More Bouchenaki noise. More born lucky. It isn't very good here. Yes, we know it's women. It's good. It's fantastic. Lucky. It's fantastic. Wacky. It's fantastic here. Noise Bouchenaki noise When lucky, It isn't good. Here s when Rocky it's when Rocky. It's good here. Noise. Bueno is absolutely mental. Fantastical noise. Bueno is absolutely mental. Fantastical. It isn't good. It's absolutely fantastic. Now let's do a quick recap off all the words and phrases that we've learned in this lesson . How do you say in Spanish? It is IHS absolutely, absolutely meant Fantastic, fantastical Good. When here. A key. Very my. It isn't noise 6. Spanish lesson 1e | What else?: what else? There is plenty you can do to ensure the language days firmly in your brain and doesn't disappear. You can play about with building sentences from the words you've learned so far. Whenever you find yourself with a spare 30 seconds, think of something you can say in Spanish. Saying short sentences to yourself in Spanish throughout the day keeps the language at the forefront of your mind. Also, from time to time, there will be a weird or two, or maybe three that just will not stay in your memory. No matter how hard you try what you should do to overcome. This is right. The word down in English, in big letters in the middle of a blank piece of paper. Put the piece of paper in your pocket and take it out a few times each day. Whenever you take it out, look at the English word and say the Spanish words yourself, along with a Spanish sentence that contains this word. The first few times you might struggle to think off what the Spanish word is, and you'll have to double check, however pretty quickly. You'll remember the Spanish word without having to check you'll be amazed at how well this technique works. Finally, before I end this lesson, I'll just give you some information on what it means to learn a language. Memorizing lots of words isn't what it means to learn language. It's a start, but it isn't gonna get you very far. What you need to be able to do is put those words together to get your thoughts and ideas across to somebody else. Each time you learn a new word, think to yourself. Where could I use this? Make up a sentence and think about where you could say it as more. Bueno. You could say this to a waiter in a restaurant when he asked you how your meal is. By doing this, you're giving the words relevance in your life. You'll remember things much more easily if you can see where it's going to be useful. Also, by building sentences, you're subconsciously creating a list of things to say so that you'll never be lost for words. Even when you're in Spain, you can do this before entering a restaurant, for example, have a quick think about what you could say to the waiter when you go inside. This helps to build your confidence and stopped you from having to think on the spot. You'll be more likely to speak if you have already prepared something to say. 7. Spanish lesson 2a | A new word that looks English: Let's start lesson to with a quick recap off the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in Spanish? Absolutely, absolutely. Main thing, it isn't noise. Good. We know. Fantastic. Fantastical. Very my it is. Yes. Here. A key. Here's your first word in Spanish for this lesson. Andi, again, this word looks very similar to the English Delicioso. Delicioso. It means delicious Delicioso. Now the sea. In this word, I've pronounced like an s daily. See also However, depending on where you are in Spain or South America, you'll hear two different ways to pronounce the sea. Either you'll hear daily see also or daily Theo. So some people pronounce it like an s on other people pronounce it like a th daily. See also dilithium also just choose whichever one you prefer. I think as a general rule in Spain, they pronounce it more like a th. Whereas in South America they pronounce it more like an s. However, both ways will be understood, no matter where you are. So you can even say Delicioso or Delhi Theo. So But how would you say in Spanish? It is delicious s Delicioso s Delicioso. Here's another word that looks very similar to the English. Extraordinary. Oh, extraordinary. Oh, it means extraordinary. Extraordinary. Oh, So how would you say in Spanish? It is extraordinary s extraordinary. Oh, a extraordinary Oh, how would you say it is? Absolutely extraordinary is absolutely mental. Extraordinary! Oh, is absolutely mente extraordinary! Oh, or how would you say it is absolutely extraordinary? Here is absolutely Mente extraordinary! Rocky is absolutely mente extraordinary, O aqui! 8. Spanish lesson 2b | Some more adjectives: we've seen the word delicioso, which means delicious. Andi, I said that depending on where you are in the Spanish speaking world, you're here. The letter C followed by and I pronounced either like an s or a t Hey age. So you'll hear the word delicioso or daily Theo store and you can choose whichever one you prefer while the same goes with this next word prestigioso. But I see also it means beautiful But I see also or you might hear it pronounced breathy Austin with C pronounced as a t hate rather than an s. So presi also or breathy also I mean beautiful. This word looks like precious and it can also mean precious So prestigioso camion precious or beautiful. So how would you say it is beautiful espresso also espresso So so So far we've had nearly see also which means delicious, extraordinary Oh, meaning extraordinary. And then we've just seen prezioso, which means beautiful. So how would you say in Spanish? It is very beautiful as my breast. She also is my prestigioso or how would you say it is very beautiful here it's more pricey Osaki as my press is also a key How would you say it is absolutely beautiful here. It's absolutely mental. Precio sake is absolutely mental. Presidio sake. Now here's a youthful phrase in Spanish, but I mean but up me, it means for me Batta means full. Andi meat means me. But I mean So how would you say in Spanish? It is for me. Espera me Espera me. Well, how would you say it isn't for me? No, it's better me noise. Bother me. How would you say it isn't good for me? No Es bueno para me noise. Bueno para me? 9. Spanish lesson 2c | A useful phrase with two meanings: How would you say in Spanish? It isn't very good for me. No, it's more went about me noise, my brain about a me. So we said that Sarah me means for me. But actually the phrase para MI has two meanings in Spanish. It could mean for me, but you can also use it at the beginning of a sentence to mean, I think, Or in my opinion, when you hear Spanish people speak English, sometimes you'll hear them say things like for me, it's good rather than I think it's good. And that's how they say it in Spanish. So in Spanish, you can use the phrase better me at the start of a sentence to give your opinion. So how would you say in Spanish? I think it's good, but I meet s window. But, um, yes, we know. So this sentence better me s window, you could translate into English as I think it's good. Or in my opinion, it's good. But literally it means for me it's good. So so far in this lesson, we've had delicioso meaning delicious, extraordinary. Oh, which means extraordinary. But I see also, which means beautiful para me, I said could mean for me. But if you put batter meet at the start of sentence, it could be used to mean in my opinion. Or I think so. How would you say? I think it's very good, but I mean, it's my bueno bottom ears move, Bueno. Or how would you say? I think it's delicious. Para me s Delicioso para me s Delicioso. I think it's absolutely extraordinary. Here, para me is absolutely mental. Extraordinary. Rocky para me is absolutely mental. Extraordinary, Joakim, Or how would you say? I think it's fantastic. Here para me is fantastic, lucky, but, um E s fantastic. Lucky. Now let me just end this lesson by pointing out a useful tip that you can do next time you're in a Spanish speaking country. Obviously, you should be doing all you can to try and speak Spanish. But occasionally it's useful to just sit and listen to Spanish people trying to speak English. When you listen to people speak a foreign language, they will tend to use it in a way that much is their own language. What I mean is that the way a Spanish person speaks English is the way that you should speak Spanish, you will hear things like for me is good. That's because, like I said, Spanish people use the phrase para me at the start of sentences to give their opinion so they will assume that they could do the same with the phrase for me in English. Similarly, you might have noticed that the word for it is is just s in Spanish. It's two words in English, but only one word in Spanish, literally. The word s just means is. So when Spanish people speak English, if they're not very fluent, you might hear them. Just use the word is instead of it is. They might say things like It's good or it's fantastic because it fits in more with their Spanish language brains is when or is fantastical. So it's interesting to do this when you're in Spain or any Spanish speaking country, or even if you're not traveling, you could go into YouTube on watch English interviews with Spanish speaking actors or actresses or singers, and you'll hear how they speak English is how you should speak Spanish 10. Spanish lesson 2d | Let's practise: it's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in Spanish? It's very beautiful here. It's more prosciutto, stocky. It's might but I see also a key. It's absolutely beautiful. It's absolutely mental. Prestigioso is absolutely men. Take prestigioso. I think it's very good, but I mean, that's my bueno. But I mean, that's my bueno. It's absolutely extraordinary here. Yes, absolutely mental. Extraordinary. Rocky, It's absolutely mental. Extraordinary. Rocky, it isn't for me. Noise! Bother me. Noise Bother me. It isn't very good for me. No, I simply went about. I mean noise. My bueno. Bonomy, It isn't good. It's absolutely extraordinary. No es bueno. It's absolutely mental. Extraordinary! Oh, noise. Bueno is absolutely mental. Extraordinary. Oh, it's absolutely delicious. It's absolutely Mente Del este also is absolutely mental. Delicioso. I think it's delicious para me s jealousy, Austin. But, um E s Delicioso. And don't forget that in some parts of Spain you might hear the word delicioso pronounced daily Theo. So with the sea being pronounced like a t hate rather than an s sale here, Jeremy s Delicioso o para mi Estelle Finally, how would you say in Spanish? I think it's fantastic. Barony is fantastico para me. It's fantastical 11. Spanish lesson 2e | Reverse translations: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. How do you say these Spanish sentences in English? It's extraordinary. Oh, it's extraordinary. Oh, it's extraordinary is absolutely mental. Prestigioso is absolutely mental. Prestigioso. It's absolutely beautiful. Batter me is absolutely mental. Press your sake. Bahrami is absolutely mente precio sake. I think it's absolutely beautiful here. Param es bueno. But, um E s bueno I think it's good. It's my brain lobotomy. It's my brain lobotomy. It's very good for me Noise para me noise bother me. It isn't for me. SDC also s Delicioso. It's delicious para me Estelle Isi also. But I mean yesterday See also I think it's delicious. It's absolutely mental breast. Yasuaki is absolutely mente precio sake. It's absolutely beautiful here. Noise more prestigioso north, More prestigioso. It isn't very beautiful 12. Spanish lesson 2f | Recap translations: to make sure that we don't forget the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson . We'll do some recap translations, which will incorporate those words to. So how would you say in Spanish? It isn't very good noise. More bueno? No, it's more bueno. It isn't good here. Noise Bernacchi noise. When Rocky, it's absolutely fantastic here. It's absolutely mental. Fantastic, Rocky. It's absolutely meant a fantastic lucky. It's fantastic. It's fantastical, It's fantastical. It's good. Here s when Rocky s Bouchenaki It's very good here. It's my bwin. Lucky It's my brain. Rocky, It's fantastic. You is fantastic, Wacky. It's fantastic. Lucky it isn't good here. It's absolutely fantastic noise when Rocky is absolutely mental. Fantastical noise when rocky, it's absolutely mental. Fantastical. It isn't very good here. Noise more Buena Joakim Noise, My brain Rocky. It's very good as my bueno. It's my bueno 13. Spanish lesson 2g | Reverse recap translations: Now let's do some recap. Translations from Spanish into English What do these Spanish sentences mean in English? Noise when lucky? No es bueno Lucky it isn't good here. No, I see more Buena Lucky Noise Moorwen Lucky It isn't very good here as my Bouchenaki as my bwin Rocky. It's very good here. It's fantastic, Joakim. It's fantastic. Wacky. It's fantastic here. Noise when Rocky is absolutely mental. Fantastical noise Buena Rocky is absolutely mental, Fantastical. It isn't good here. It's absolutely fantastic. It's absolutely meant a fantastic wacky is absolutely meant a fantastic wacky. It's absolutely fantastic here. Noise, fantastical noise Fantastical. It isn't fantastic. MacEwen Rocky s when Rocky. It's good here. Yes, we know. Yes, we know. It's good. It's fantastical. It's fantastical. It's fantastic. Now what we'll do is recap all the words and phrases that we've learned so far. How do you say in Spanish? It is IHS here, A key Fantastic, fantastical, delicious Delisi also Or you might hear a pronounced daily Theo. So it isn't noise. Good Bueno. Very My extraordinary extraordinary. Oh, I think out of me Beautiful. But I see also or you might hear pronounced breathy also for me. But I mean absolutely, absolutely. I mean, they 14. Spanish lesson 3a | Let's start being polite in Spanish: Now we'll start this lesson with a quick recap off the words and phrases that we learned in lesson to How do you say in Spanish for me? But I mean, I think batter me. But it goes at the start of the sentence. Delicious Delicioso. Or did he also extraordinary? Extraordinary. Oh, beautiful. But I see also or breathy also. Now here's your first word in Spanish for lesson three fatal battle. It means boat battle. So how would you say in Spanish? It is delicious book. It isn't very good for me s Delicioso. Better noise. When we went about me, it s jealousy also better noise, my boy. No, but I mean, this next word see, is the word you might recognize. It means yes, see? So how would you say in Spanish? Yes, it is for me. C s para me. C s para me, or how would you say Yes. It is absolutely delicious. See, It's absolutely mental jealousy. Also. See, it's absolutely mental. Delicioso. Yes, I think it's good. See, Barham es bueno. See, para mi es bueno. Now, this next word is another one. You might recognize Grassy s dress. Yes. Or because it's got that C I in the middle like Delicioso and breast. Your so you might hurt. Pronounced graph es with the sea, pronounced like a th rather Venice. So gracias. Graph es. I mean thank you or thanks. So how are you saying in Spanish? Yes, Thank you. It's delicious. Si, gracias. Is Delicioso Si, Gracias. Is Delicioso. So in this lesson, we've had so far. Pero Meaning booked. See? Which means Yes, on grass? Yes. Which can mean thank you or thanks. 15. Spanish lesson 3b | Always a perfect adjective: How would you say in Spanish? Yes, Thank you. It's fantastic. Seeing grasses is fantastical. Si, Gracias is fantastical. It's very good. Thanks. It's moved Wineglasses. It's my bueno. Gracias. Yes, it's for me. Thank you. C s para me. Gracias. C s para me. Gracias. Now here's a new word for you. See em free. See, Embry? It means always C m brain. So how would you say in Spanish? It is always fantastic. Here it's CMB Fantastic. Lucky a C M break. Fantastic, Wacky. It isn't always very good here. No, I see. Empty, more born lucky. No, I see. Empty Moved When Iraqi. I think it's always beautiful here, but army s C m preparation Osaki. But I me a c m very prissy Osaki. It's always absolutely delicious. A c m. Pre absolutely mental Delicioso a c m. Pre absolutely mental delicioso. Now here's a perfect little word in Spanish. Perfecter perfecter. It means perfect. Perfect. So how would you say in Spanish? Yes, it's perfect. Thank you. See, It's perfect aggressiveness. See, is perfecto grasses. So in this lesson, so far we've had the worst barrel, which means boat See? Meaning yes. Grass s which means thank you or thanks. See MPRI Meaning always Onda. We just lead perfecter which means perfect 16. Spanish lesson 3c | How do you say "that"?: How would you say in Spanish? I think it's perfect. Para me s perfect. Jeremy is perfect. It's absolutely perfect. Is absolutely mental perfecter. It's absolutely mental. Perfect. Or how would you say? I think it's absolutely perfect here Para me is absolutely mental. Perfect. Rocky para me is absolutely mental. Perfect. Rocky, how would you say in Spanish? It's always perfect here. CMP perfect hockey A c m operate perfect walkie. Here's a useful little word in Spanish Essar Eso it means that s o So how would you say that for me? S o para me s o para me? If you put the word assault in front of the world s you get S o s s O s. Which means that is s O s. So how would you say that is good? Eso es bueno. Eso es bueno? That is very good. Eso s my bueno s o s Move win! That is absolutely fantastic. S o s absolutely mental. Fantastical Eso is absolutely mental Fantastical that is for me. Eso es para me s o s Bonomy, Or how would you say? I think that is perfect, but im e s o s perfect But I m e s o s perfect. So in this lesson, we've learned payroll, Which means boat. See? Meaning? Yes. Gas es on. Graft es means thank you or thanks. See? MPRI means always Perfecto means perfect eso is that And then you can place eso in front of s and you get S o s meaning that is. 17. Spanish lesson 3d | Let's pratise: it's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in Spanish? It's always perfect here. A CMP perfect, wacky a C M Brit Perfect. Lucky It isn't always perfect here. Noise CMB Perfect. Wacky. No, it's see every perfect walkie. It's always absolutely fantastic here. A c m pre absolutely mental. Fantastic, lucky A. C. Embry Absolutely mental fantastical. And he it's for me. Thank you. It's Bonomy Grasses. It's para me. Gracias. Yes, it's for me. See? It's better me C s para me. It isn't always good here Noise CMB born lucky noise See empty winocki It's always very good. A c empty my bueno A cmp more bueno I think that is absolutely perfect Para mi eso is absolutely medical efecto para me s o s absolutely mental perfecter That is delicious But it isn't very good for me S O s Delicioso Better noise. Manuel lobotomy Eso esta Lissy Also That annoys me when Obama Me? Yes, it's perfect. Thank you. C s perfect. Oh, gracias. C s perfect process 18. Spanish lesson 3e | Reverse translations: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What do these Spanish sentences mean in English? Noise? Fantastical. Little is my bueno. No, it's fantastical. Better ways, More bueno. It isn't fantastic, but it's very good. Bahrami s perfecto Jeremy is perfecter. I think it's perfect. See seeing lss? Yes, thank you is absolutely mental. Perfecto is absolutely Mente perfecter. It's absolutely perfect. A c m. Pre absolutely mental. Fantastic, wacky A C M pre absolutely meant a fantastic wacky. It's always absolutely fantastic here. But a me is absolutely mente extraordinary. Oh, but Amy is absolutely mental. Extraordinary. Oh, I think it's absolutely extraordinary. A c m break my bueno a c empty My buena It's always very good. A cmp my bwin wacky a c m brain my brain Rocky It's always very good here C s o s para mi grass C s O s para me. Gracias. Yes, that is for me. Thank you. S O s absolutely mental jealousy. Also eso is absolutely mental. Delicioso that is absolutely delicious. 19. Spanish lesson 3f | Recap translations: what we're going to do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in Spanish? It isn't fantastic noise, fantastical noise, Fantastical. It's very good here. Yes, my bwin. Rocky. Yes, my bwin Rocky. It's good. Here s Buena Joakim. It's been lucky. It's delicious s and Delicioso s and jealousy also, I think it's absolutely beautiful. Here para me is absolutely mental process. Yasuaki Bahrami is absolutely mental braceros. Wacky. It isn't very good here. Noise Moorwen, Walkie noise. More Bouchenaki. It is absolutely fantastic, is absolutely mental. Fantastical is absolutely meant a fantastical. I think it's good, but Im E s bueno, but, um es bueno. It is fantastic. It's fantastical, It's fantastical. It's absolutely extraordinary here. It's absolutely mental, Extraordinary, wacky. It's absolutely mente extraordinary. Rocky 20. Spanish lesson 3g | Reverse recap translations: Now let's do some Spanish to English Recap. Translations? What do these Spanish sentences mean in English Noise? Bueno. No es bueno. It isn't good noise. More bueno part of me? No, I simply went about me. It isn't very good for me s policy. Also, espresso also it's beautiful, is fantastical. It's fantastical, It's fantastic. It's extraordinary. Lucky It's extraordinary. Rocky, It's extraordinary here, Ace. Extraordinary! Oh, it's extraordinary. Oh, it's extraordinary Noise, Fantastical noise Fantastical. It isn't fantastic. It's my prosciutto sake as my precios wacky. It's very beautiful here. Noise more born. Lucky noise Move one lucky It isn't very good here. Noise More extraordinary. Oh, nice. My extraordinary Oh, it isn't very extraordinary. Let's now recap all the words that we've learned so far. How do you say in Spanish? Beautiful. But I see also or breathy also. Thank you or thanks. Gracias. Graft. Yes. Here. AKI, it is IHS. Yes. See? Very my for me. But I mean that eso always see mpri Fantastic, fantastical Good. We know Absolutely, absolutely mental, I think. But I mean perfect. Perfecto! Extraordinary! Extraordinary! Oh, boat battle. It isn't noise. Delicious Delicioso or Dorothy Also that is and so is 21. Spanish lesson 4a | Pronouncing the double L: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap off the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in Spanish? Always see MPRI that eso that is It's always perfect. Perfecto! Thank you. Grass. Yes, Yes. See? And boat paddle. Now we've learned that para MI means for me in Spanish. Well, your first phrase in Spanish for this lesson is para El para el means for him Para El. So how would you say in Spanish? It is for him. Espera ill a Sparta Ill It's good for him. Yes, we know. But I'll it's when Obama ill It isn't for him noise, but I'll noise Botterill It isn't very good for him. Noise, my bueno para is no it's my bueno Parallel. It isn't for him. It's for me noise. But a l is for me. No, it's parallel Espera me. So we've had para me which means for me, But l meaning for him. And this next phrase badda area about a year means for her in Spanish. Badda area on. Whenever you see a double l in Spanish like in the word area you got e l l A. You pronounce it as if it were that after Why so Two l's in Spanish are pronounced like a y for example, Bhaiyya by Yeah, Maar Media, Mama Mia and A Yeah, A uh So when you have two l's there pronounced like a y So how would you say in Spanish? It's for her espera area s barracuda or yes, it's very good for her. See, it's more bueno para see as more bueno para. 22. Spanish lesson 4b | The opposite of sí and bueno: How would you say in Spanish? It isn't for him. It's for her noise but a L s para area noise. Parallel Espera. Now here's your next word in Spanish. No, no. And it means no. No. So how would you say? No, thank you. No grass? Yes. No gaseous. So we've had in this lesson para el meaning for him. But a, uh which means for her And then No, which means no. So how would you say No? It isn't for me. It's for her. No noise, Bellamy Espera No noise para mi is Perea or how would you say no, it isn't very good. No noise. More bueno. No noise, my bueno. Well, how would you say no? It isn't good here. No noise When Rocky No noise born lucky. Here's a new word for you. It's the opposite off Wendell. Milo. Milo. It means bad, Milo. So how would you say in Spanish? It is always very bad here. A c m operate my model a key a c m. Operate more Malaki. It isn't bad, but it isn't perfect noise. Milo Beddoe. Most perfecter. No. Is Marlo better noise? Perfect. Oh, how would you say? I think it's always bad here, but I me a CMB model. Lucky, but army SCM remodel a key 23. Spanish lesson 4c | Your first Spanish noun: How would you say in Spanish? It's delicious, but it's very bad for me s Delicioso? Yes. My motto. Part of me s jealousy. Also it was my model. But I'm me. You'll probably recognize this next word. A restaurant, a restaurant. It means the restaurant El Restaurante. So l means the and restaurant means restaurant Now. We've already had the phrase noise. Andi, I told you that it means it isn't well. It does have another meaning. It can just mean isn't so? Noise can mean it isn't or isn't. So how would you say in Spanish? The restaurant here isn't good. A restaurant. Chiaki Noise Marino A restaurant. Chiaki Noise Moreno. So in this lesson, so far we've had para el meaning for him. But Asia, which means for her no meaning, no Mollo, which means Bad Onda, a restaurant meaning the restaurant. And then I also said that the phrase noise can also mean isn't so. How would you say in Spanish? The restaurant isn't bad, but it isn't fantastic. A restaurante noise. Milo better knows fantastical a restaurante nos Milo. They're not fantastical. Or how would you say the restaurant isn't perfect, but it's very good Restaurante Nos perfecto Better s more bueno. A restaurante noise. Perfect. Better as more bueno. I've just told you that the phrase no s can mean either it isn't or just isn't well similarly, the word s can mean it is or just is. So how would you say in Spanish? The restaurant is good. A restaurant s bueno in a restaurant s bueno. Or how would you say the restaurant here is fantastic. El Restaurante hockey is fantastical. A restaurant, a key is fantastical. 24. Spanish lesson 4d | Another useful adverb: How would you say in Spanish? The restaurant is absolutely perfect. El Restaurante is absolutely mental. Perfecto and restaurant is absolutely mental perfecter. Or how would you say The restaurant here is always very good. A restaurant? AKI SCM Primo bueno. A restaurant. Tacky. A CME freight move. Bueno. Now here's your last word for lesson. For so though daughter, it means everything, daughter. So how would you say in Spanish? Everything is very good. Dato s move. Bueno although is more bueno. How would you say everything is perfect here, Although is perfect. Rocky Dodo is perfect. Joakim Now the letter D in Spanish isn't pronounced as harshly as we say it in English. 70 in the word Todd Oh isn't toward door, but total is quite a softy. If you put your tongue behind your teeth to pronounce the D rather than on the roof of your mouth, then you'll get the softer sound. If you think about the capital of Spain, Madrid in English, we pronounce it with a harsh D on the end. Madrid. But in Spanish, they pronounce it with a much softer D that is sometimes pronounced like a th Margarethe. So how would you say in Spanish? Everything is delicious. Dato s Delicioso. Dodo s Delicioso. Everything is for me. Total s Bonomy. Dato espera me! How would you say? I think everything is absolutely fantastic. Para me daughter was absolutely meant a fantastical. But I meet daughter is absolutely meant a fantastical. Everything is very bad for me. But it's absolutely delicious. Don't know. It's my model part of me Better s absolute amended Delicioso Total. It's my Modelo. Para me better is absolutely mental. Delicioso. So in this lesson, we've learned para El which means for him but a, uh meaning for her. No. Which means no mollo meaning bad. A restaurant which means the restaurant noise can mean isn't as well as it isn't. Similarly s can mean just is rather than it is on. Then toddle means everything. 25. Spanish lesson 4e | Let's practise: It's time now to practice what we've been doing in this lesson. How do you say in Spanish? That is for him. Eso es para s o s para el. The restaurant is absolutely extraordinary. A restaurant is absolutely mental. Extraordinary. Oh a restaurante is absolutely mental. Extraordinary! Oh, that's the restaurant. Eso is a restaurant s O s ever sovereignty. Everything here is delicious. Total Rocky s Delicioso Taraki s analysis. Also it isn't bad here. Noise malarkey? No, it's my lucky. The restaurant is very good. A restaurant. It's more bueno. A restaurante Ismail Bueno. I think the restaurant is fantastic. Para Mi El restaurante is fantastical Bahrami. El Restaurante is fantastico. The restaurant is good here. It's not. I think it's more unlucky. A restaurant e s born lucky. That is for her. S O s para It's so espada. Yah! Everything here is very good for me. Dothraki. It's more bueno para me lucky is more bueno para me 26. Spanish lesson 4f | Reverse translations: Now let's have a go at doing some reverse translations. What are these Spanish sentences mean in English? Daughter is fantastic. Rocky Dodo is fantastic. Wacky. Everything is fantastic here. A restaurant. Jackie is fantastical a restaurante Hockey is fantastical. The restaurant here is fantastic. North Milwaukee? No, a small Iraqi. It isn't bad here. Toto is perfect. Total waste. Perfecto! Everything is perfect. Eso no small Oh better Ono's perfecter Eso no small Oh better noise. Perfecto! That isn't bad, but it isn't perfect. Eso espera ill s o s parallel. That is for him noise. But a l s para me noise para el espada Me It isn't for him. It's for me noise. Bakaye espada Ill Nice Varaiya Esmail. It isn't for her. It's for him. Noise More bueno para el noise. More bueno para el. It isn't very good for him. Daughter is fantastical gaseous. It always fantastical gaseous. Everything is fantastic. Thank you 27. Spanish lesson 4g | Recap translations: what we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in Spanish? It's very good, Thank you. It's more bueno RSS It's more buena process. That isn't very good. Eso noise more bueno eso north more buena It's for me. Thank you. Espera me grasses espera me. Gracias. It's very beautiful here. Yes, my press Yasuaki. It's my press, Yasuaki. That is very good. Sus my bueno S O s. My bueno. It's extraordinary. It's extraordinary. Oh, it's extraordinary. Oh, it's extraordinary Here. It's extraordinary. Rocky, It's extraordinary, Joakim. It's absolutely delicious. It's absolutely mental. Delicioso. It's absolutely mental. Delicioso. I think it's good here, but im e s brain walkie. But I me as when wacky, It's always fantastic. Here, a c embody fantastic, wacky a CMP fantastic, wacky 28. Spanish lesson 4h | Reverse recap translations: Now let's do some Spanish to English Recap. Translations. What do these Spanish sentences mean in English? See, It's my bueno See as my buena. Yes, it's very good. It's more prestigioso. It's more pricey. Also, it's very beautiful. See, it's absolutely mental. Delicioso, See, is absolutely mental. Delicioso. Yes, it's absolutely delicious. But I me it's fantastical. Fatemi is fantastical. I think it's fantastic. SCMP move! Bueno A CMP more bueno. It's always very good noise. More Delicioso? No, it is more than a see. Also, it isn't very delicious. A C m Very fantastic. Wacky A C M. Great! Fantastic! Wacky. It's always fantastic. Here. See, para Mi s fantastic. Wacky. See, para mi s fantastic. Lucky? Yes. I think it's fantastic Here. A c m operate my Palacio sake a c m. Break more prestige. Osaki. It's always very beautiful here. Espada me espada me. It's for me 29. Spanish lesson 4i | Vocabulary recap: Now what we'll do is recap all the words and phrases that we've learned so far. However, if you feel like you already know all these words and phrases, feel free to skip this lesson. You can always come back to it. The last part off every lesson is going to be a recap of all the words and phrases. So how would you say in Spanish? The restaurant, A restaurant? Beautiful. But I see also is this always see Empoli? Extraordinary. Extraordinary, That is It's always for her. About a year it is? Yes, Everything I don't know Delicious in Delicioso. Absolutely. Absolutely mental. Perfect. Perfect boat battle. It isn't noise. No, no. Yes. Seem isn't noise for him. But I am, I think. But I Me good. Bueno Very my for me. Part of me, that eso fantastic! Fantastical. Here, AKI. Thank you. Grass? Yes, 30. Spanish lesson 5a | More nouns: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap off the words and phrases we learned in less and four. How do you say in Spanish for him para in isn't noise No, no for her. Upadhaya everything. Daughter Bad Mollo The restaurant a restaurant is? Yes. Now here's a nice word with which to start this lesson. Elbow Yo l For you it means the chicken and for you. So we've already seen the word l Which means the when we learned a restaurant. So l boy your means the chicken and it has a double l So remember that the double alien Spanish It's pronounced like the letter y El boy or the chicken. How would you say the chicken is for me? Elbow espera me elbow your s Bonomy. I think the chicken here is delicious, but im e l put Iraqi s delicioso. Jeremy Lpo Yorkie s Delicioso. The chicken is for him. Elbow your espa ol for us, Brian, The chicken is very good. A boy or a smooth bueno. And for us my bueno. The chicken here is always absolutely fantastic. Elbow you AKI a C embrace absolute lamented fantastical elbow. You lucky a CME very absolute. Lamented, fantastical. So L boyo means the chicken. Andi, Here's another word you'll probably recognize la pizza. La pizza. It means the pizza. La pizza! So how would you say the pizza is for her? La pizza espera la pizza s para. 31. Spanish lesson 5b | How to say "the" in Spanish: How would you say in Spanish? The pizza is for me. La Pizza s para me. La pizza s para me. The pizza isn't for me La pizza noise Bottom e la pizza noise. Bahrami You may have noticed that I've used two different words for the in this lesson. I said L boyo means the chicken. And then I said, Lap pizza means the pizza. Well, there's an interesting thing about the word the and that is that in Spanish there are two words for the one is used in front of what's known as masculine mounds, and the other is used in front of what's known as feminine knowns. If you use a masculine noun, you have to use the word L for the If you use a feminine noun, you have to use the word lap for the so n and love both mean the But how do you know when a noun is masculine or feminine? Sometimes you can guess, for example, you can probably guess that boy in Spanish is masculine on girl is feminine. The word for the boy is El Chico a tickle. Andi, The girl is Latika Latiker. So we use the word l to mean the in the boy s tickle because it's masculine, and we use the word lap to mean that in the girl Latika, because it's feminine. So with those two words and quite a lot of other words, it's clear as to whether a noun is masculine or feminine. However, it's not always so simple now is like a table or car. Don't have real genders. So how can we know? There is a rule that you can use to work out whether something is masculine or feminine, and this rule works about 90% of the time. The rule is that if a noun ends in the letter A, it's probably feminine. And if a noun ends in the letter Oh, it's probably masculine. So in l Tickle Onda Latika, the word for boy Tico ends in an oh, so it's masculine on the word for girl Chica ends in an A and so it's feminine, and you can think about Spanish names. Even you have Roberto and Roberta Roberto for men on Roberta for women. Oh, Carla and Carlo for a woman and a man. So now that we've had so far are L tickle meaning the boy electric start and think meaning the restaurant El Poco, meaning the chicken Latika means the girl and, like pizza, means the pizza. Well, you can see that the two feminine noun end in the letter a Latika aan de la pizza and two of the three masculine noun end in an O. L tico and help. Oh, you, as you can see now, is, don't always end in an hour and a so a restaurant. The means the restaurant, this one you just have to know. And every time we learn a new now, I'll tell you whether it's masculine or feminine. But the rule of thumb is that if a noun ends in an oh, it's probably masculine, and if a noun ends in an A, it's probably feminine. 32. Spanish lesson 5c | What is a noun?: What's a noun? I remember when I started to learn languages, the teacher would throw around these fancy words noun, adjective, verb and adverb. Andi. I had no idea what she meant. Well, here's the simplest definition of a noun that I could find if you can put the in front of a word that it's most probably and down. For example, the restaurant, the chicken, the pizza. So that means that in Spanish, if you comport El or LA in front of a word, then it's a noun. Since L on DLA or the Spanish words for the for example, L restaurant L O u la pizza. There are examples off Spanish now owns. I'm going to explain something interesting about Spanish now owns. But before I do that, how would you say the chicken is good? Lpo s buena lpo Your s bueno. So that seems like quite a simple sentence. L boyo, the chicken s is wen. Oh, good. So the word good is used to describe things, So it's describing the chicken elbow. Yours bueno. Well, when you have a word that is used to describe something, it's an adjective. So adjectives are words that describe something. Now if you use the word good to describe something masculine in Spanish, then you can use the word Wendell on Gwen or ends in an O just like I said, Masculine ounce do. However, if you want to say that something feminine is good, the word Wendell changes slightly on becomes Buena. So the winner is actually the feminine version off the word wino, and you can see that winner ends in the letter A. So bueno ends in an oh, Like I said, a lot of masculine noun in Spanish do on Buena ends in an A just like a lot of Spanish feminine noun to do so. Bueno on buena both mean good bearing in mind, then that pizza is a feminine known How would you say in Spanish the pizza is good. La pizza s buena la Pizza s buena So you use Wen Oh, when talking about masculine things and you use buena when you're talking about feminine things. So when oh, when up both mean good. And they're the masculine on feminine versions 33. Spanish lesson 5d | What's an adjective?: How do you say in Spanish the chicken is good. Elbow your s and bueno l polio s brain. And how would you say the pizza is good? La pizza is Marina La Pizza is buena So we use the feminine version off when o which is buena when we're describing LA pizza Because pizza is a feminine noun. So in this lesson, so far we've had elbow your meaning The chicken la pizza Meaning the pizza. We've learned that the two words to say the r n and laugh end, which is masculine, and le which is feminine. And then we learned that there's a masculine on feminine version off the word good in Spanish. Bueno is masculine on. Buena is feminine. So how would you say in Spanish? Pedro is good. Pedro s when Pedro is Bueno. Maria is good. Maria is Buena Maria is Buena. So just to reiterate you use Wen Oh, when you're describing masculine mounds Andre Winner, When you're describing feminine mountains, Wendell isn't the only additive that can change when describing a feminine known. Some of the other adjectives we've been learning can change too. Usually what happens is that if an adjective ends in an o. You change the Oto an A to make it feminine. I remember this by thinking of the two names Roberto Bow on Roberta Roberto is a man's name and ends in an O, whereas Roberta is a woman's name and it ends in an a What's an adjective? An adjective is a word that is used to describe something. However, a simpler explanation is this. If you can put it is in front of a word, then it's most probably an adjective. For example. It is good. It is fantastic. It is delicious. It is perfect. It is bad. All those words are examples off adjectives because you can put it is in front of them well in Spanish. If you can put s in front of a word, then it's probably an adjective because s means it is, for example, s went. It's fantastical. It's delisi. Also s perfect is Melo. All of those are examples off adjectives in Spanish 34. Spanish lesson 5e | Masculine and feminine adjectives: I said in Spanish that if an adjective ends in an oh, you could make it feminine by changing the ode to in a just like with Bueno and Buena Well , the Spanish word for delicious is delicioso. So when you use it to describe a feminine known, it changes slightly to become Delicioso. Delicioso. So Delicioso is used with masculine knowns on Delicioso is used with feminine gnomes. How would you say in Spanish? The chicken is delicious. Elbow your s Delicioso. El por U S. Delicioso. The pizza is delicious. La Pizza s Delicioso, La pizza s Delicioso. The Spanish word for perfect is perfect. Which ends in a no. When you use it to describe a feminine noun, the O changes to an A and you get perfecter perfect That so perfecto is used with masculine downs. Perfecter is used with feminine gnomes. How would you say then? The chicken is perfect. And boy O s perfecter Alpo, your s perfecter. How would you say the pizza is perfect? La pizza s perfecter la pizza s perfecter. The Spanish word for bad is Melo. And when you use it to describe a feminine now it changes to Moloch. Somalo, Andi Moloch both mean bad. And you use Melo to describe masculine knowns and Molla to describe family knowns. So how would you say the chicken is bad? L s Mollo el por us Mollo! How would you say the pizza is bad? La Pizza s Mullah La Pizza is Moloch! Pedro is bad! Pedro s Milo Pedro s Mollo. Maria is bad! Maria s Moloch! Maria is Moloch! 35. Spanish lesson 5f | A terrible adjective: So far, we've seen how four adjectives change. If they're describing feminine noun in Spanish, you simply change the O on the end of the addictive to in a so bueno becomes. When Delicioso becomes Delicioso, perfecto becomes perfecter and mollo becomes Moloch. Well, here are another couple of adjectives fantastical, which means fantastic. If it's used to describe feminine noun, a becomes fantastical fantastico fantastico. Similarly prestigioso, which means beautiful becomes prestigioso if it's used to describe feminine knowns. But I see also. But I see Osa So how would you say in Spanish? The chicken is fantastic. A boy O s fantastical l boyo s fantastical. The pizza is fantastic. La pizza is fantastic. La pizza is fantastic. Or how would you say Pedro is beautiful? Pedro? Espresso. So Pedro. Espresso. So Maria is beautiful. Maria. Espresso Osa Maria Espresso Osa. Here's another adjective. And this one looks exactly the same as English in Spanish. You pronounce it terribly, Terry M'lee It means terrible Terry M'lee. So how would you say in Spanish? The restaurant is terrible. A restaurant s terribly a restaurante s Terribly. So in this lesson so far we've learned a boy your means The chicken La Pizza means the pizza. The two words for that in Spanish. R N Onda la l is the masculine latte is the feminine. The 28 say good are ueno and winner the masculine and feminine. The masculine, feminine way to say delicious are Delicioso, Delicioso. The masculine and feminine Ways to say perfect are perfecter Andi Perfecter. The two ways to say bad are Melo and Moloch. The two ways to say fantastic are fantastical, Onda, fantastical. The masculine and feminine ways to say beautiful are prestigioso on Graziosa. And then we've just learned that the word terribly Terry Bollea means terrible. 36. Spanish lesson 5g | Vocabulary Expansion Sheet: Food: How do you say in Spanish? The restaurant is terrible. A restaurant s terribly in a restaurant. A este Really? Now the word terrible in Spanish ends in the letter e on not the letter o like most adjectives. When this happens, the feminine version off the adjective tends to be the same as the masculine. So it doesn't change it all. This is true with terribly so whether you're describing masculine or feminine things as terrible, you always just use terribly. So how would you say in Spanish? The pizza is terrible. La pizza s terribly LA Pizza s terribly so Even though la pizza is feminine, the word terribly doesn't have a separate feminine version. So you just say la pizza s there. Really? How would you say it's terrible? Here s teriyaki este Really a key. I think it's absolutely terrible. Jeremy is absolutely mental. Terribly para me is absolutely meant it terribly. It's always terrible here. A c m pretty really a key a c m pretty Terry Blackie. Or how would you say it isn't perfect? But it isn't terrible. No, it's perfect. Better noise. Terry Bollea Noise. Perfecto! Better noise. Dairy, Billy. Now, if you go on holiday, I presume you'll want to order something over than chicken or pizza. So I've created a list off food related vocabulary for you to read through. I've called it a vocabulary expansion section, and you can find it on my website. I've tried to think of as many food or drink items that I possibly could. If you can find anything missing, let me know and I let it in. The vocabulary expansion sheet will add book to your Spanish language. You have bean building the structure of the Spanish language with the words and phrases I've given you so far, and you can now decorate it and embellish it with the words from the vocabulary expansion sheet. Now, obviously, you shouldn't aim to try and learn every single word on the list, as it wouldn't be very useful, and it would take you a very long time. Instead, start building your own personal vocabulary by learning a few words that you think you're use regularly. For example, if you really love cheese, you confined and learned the word L. Kessel add a few words every week. Also on pretty soon you will have a nice collection in your brain. So I said you can find this vocabulary expansion sheet on my website. If you go to www 0.3 minute dot club, you'll find a link at the top of the page that says vocabulary expansion sheets and you can find it there. 37. Spanish lesson 5h | Let's practise: Now let's practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in Spanish? Everything is terrible. Dollar a stare dreamily. Todos terribly. The chicken is absolutely delicious. L boyo is absolutely mental. Delicioso. L polio s absolutely mental. They see also, how would you say the chicken is absolutely terrible? A boy? Oh, yes, absolutely. Mental. Terribly. L Bono is absolutely mandatory. Billy, the chicken is very good. Lpo your s my bueno. And for us my bueno. The pizza is very good. La pizza as my Buena La Pizza s my buena The pizza is for her. La pizza s barracuda. La pizza s para The pizza is perfect. La pizza is perfect. La pizza s perfecter. The chicken is delicious. L Ponyo s Delicioso. L Ponyo s Delicioso. The pizza is for me. El poco espera me! L polio Espera me. The pizza is delicious. La Pizza s Delicioso. La Pizza s Delicioso. 38. Spanish lesson 5i | Reverse translations: Now let's do some reverse translations. What do these Spanish sentences mean in English? La pizza is my Buena La Pizza is my buena. The pizza is very good. Total s terribly Toto estate. Really? Everything is terrible. Elbow your is fantastical. L Ponyo is fantastical. The chicken is fantastic. Elbow you as my buena help. Oh, it's my bueno. The chicken is very good. El Poco s perfecter elbow. Yo s perfect. The chicken is perfect. L po U s absolutely mental Terribly. L Po s absolute. Lamented terribly. The chicken is absolutely terrible. La Pizza s Delicioso. La pizza is Delicioso. The pizza is delicious. Elbow us more Bueno. Barilla Pizza is extraordinary. A boy. Oh, yes, my bueno. Barilla pizza is extraordinary. A The chicken is very good, but the pizza is extraordinary. La Pizza s para me La pizza s para me. The pizza is for me. Although a c m pretty really lucky Tato a CME military Blackie. Everything is always terrible here 39. Spanish lesson 5j | Recap translations: Now we'll do some recap translations to go over the words and phrases that we've learned in all the previous lessons. How do you say in Spanish? I think it's absolutely fantastic. Para me is absolutely mental Fantastical para me s absolutely mental, Fantastical It's absolutely beautiful. It's absolutely meant a pricey. Also it's absolutely menting prestigioso. It's fantastic. It's fantastical s fantastical. It isn't good here. Noise of when rocky noise born lucky That isn't very good. It's a noise My windows Eso noise My buena It's for me Yes, but I mean s para me. It isn't for her noise Bakaye noise Bhaiya It's always very beautiful here a c m break my precio sake a c m very my precio sake that for me Thank you s o para mi grass. Esto para mi grass. I think it's good, but I mean it's Buena para me 40. Spanish lesson 5k | Reverse recap translations: And now we'll do some Spanish to English Recap. Translations? What do these Spanish sentences mean in English? Eso Nice. My winner. Eso noise more dwindle. That isn't very good. No, I see employees when lucky. No, I see anybody went lucky. It isn't always good here. Noise when walkie noise. When wacky. It isn't good here. It's extraordinary. Oh, it's extraordinary. It's extraordinary. See? It's what I mean. C s Fatemi. Yes, it's for me. Dollars. Espresso sake. Don't know. Espresso sake. Everything is beautiful here. A restaurante noise. Milo A restaurante noise. Mollo. The restaurant isn't bad. Eso noise. Mado Theranos Perfecto Eso noise. Milo Better noise. Perfecto! That isn't bad, but it isn't perfect noise. More bueno para noise. More bueno para It isn't very good for her S O s. Para S O s para. That is for her 41. Spanish lesson 5l | Vocabulary recap: Now let's recap all the words and phrases that we've learned so far again. This recap lesson is not essential for you to go through. Only use it if you feel like you're forgetting a few of the words. If you think that you've learned them all perfectly, then you can skip this lesson. How do you say in Spanish? Isn't noise? Is is for him but in good Wendell, it isn't noise. Yes. See? Extraordinary! Extraordinary. Oh very my The chicken elbow. You fantastic! Fantastical the restaurant. A restaurant boat battle for me But I mean everything although I think but I mean thank you . Gracias. Always see MPRI Perfect. Perfect terrible charity money for her. About a year. No, no, that is eso ace. It is this beautiful But I see also absolutely, absolutely mental that eso the pizza La pizza here AKI Delicious delisi also 42. Spanish lesson 6a | "My" and the letter h: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap off the words and phrases that we learned in less and five. How do you say in Spanish? The chicken l, boyo, the pizza. La Pizza What are the two ways to say? The El Onda La What of the masculine and feminine ways to say good. Bueno buena What are the masculine and feminine ways to say delicious? No jealousy. Also Delicioso on what are the two ways to say perfect? Perfecto! Perfecter. What are the two ways to say? Bad Mollo, Mullah What of the masculine and feminine ways to say fantastic. Fantastical. Fantastic. What are the two ways to say? Beautiful. But I see also and Graziosa. And finally, how do you say terrible? Terribly. Here's your first word for this lesson. Me, Me? It means my me. So how would you say my chicken is delicious? Me Polio s delicioso. Me Polio s Delicioso. My restaurant is good. Meek restaurant s bwin. Me Ristorante is bueno. My chicken is perfect. Me boyo s perfect Meatball, Your s perfecter. My chicken is very good. Meatball U s my bueno, Meatball, Your is my bueno. Here's your next Spanish word l or 10 l Ortel. It means the hotel l Hotel. The letter Hate in Spanish is silent, so you don't say l hotel. You say l hotel. So imagine the hate isn't even there. How would you say the hotel is very good? L hotel as more Bueno Hotel s my bueno. 43. Spanish lesson 6b | Everybody is nice: How would you say in Spanish? The hotel isn't bad. L hotel noise Mollo Hotel Norris Milo, My hotel is fantastic. Me hotel is fantastico. Me hotel is fantastical. Here is a useful phrase in Spanish. Toto l'm You know todo el mondo. It means everybody or everyone. Todo el Mundell. We've seen the word torso by itself and it means everything. Bechdel can also mean all. Andi, if you were to translate Todd o l Mundell word for word, it means all the world Darlow means all l means the and Mundell means world. So all the world But we translated to mean everybody or everyone Dato El Mondo! So how would you say everybody is good here? Started when Rocky told Telemundo s brain wacky Everybody is fantastic! Total Mondo s fantastical total Mondo s fantastico. So in this lesson, so far we've learned me meaning my and or 10 Which means the Hotel Onda Dodwell Mundell, which means everybody or everyone or literally it means all the world. So how would you say in Spanish? Everybody is always fantastic Here Belmondo s c mpri Fantastic! Rocky! Total Mondo a CMP Fantastic! Rocky. Now, here's a nice word simpatico Sim practical. And it means nice. It's impractical. So how would you say it's nice? Here s simpatico. Lucky s simpatico. Joakim, How would you say everybody is nice? Total Mondo Simpatico Total Mondo s simpatico. 44. Spanish lesson 6c | Some practice sentences: How would you say in Spanish? Everybody here is nice. Total Mondo Maki s simpatico Total monarchy s simpatico. Everybody here is always very nice. Belmondo! Hockey A C Embrace Moyes! Impractical! Todd Wellman! Wacky SCM! Very moist. Simpatico. How would you say my chicken is good? Me polio s win me boyo s bueno. My pizza is delicious. Me Pizza s Dallas Yasa. Me Pizza s Delicioso. My hotel is terrible. Me? A hotel s te Really mio! Tell s terribly. My pizza is very bad. Me pizza is my Moloch! Me pizza s my Moloch! My pizza is absolutely perfect! Me pizza is absolutely Mente Perfecter me pizza s absolutely mental Perfecter my chicken is absolutely perfect. Me polio is absolutely mental. Perfecter mitt polio is absolutely mental perfecter. So in this lesson we've learned me Which means my l hotel, meaning the hotel daughter Raymundo which means everybody or everyone or literally it means all the world. And then we just lead simpatico, which means nice 45. Spanish lesson 6d | Let's practise: Let's now practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in Spanish? My hotel is very good. Me? Oh, tell is more Bueno me hotel s mood window. The hotel is very good. A hotel s more Bueno Hotel is my bueno. That is my pizza. Eso is me Pizza s O s. Me pizza! My hotel isn't very good. Miata noise. My bueno. Me. Oh, tell noise. My bueno. Everybody is fantastic here. Total Muno is fantastic. Wacky! Armando s fantastic! Wacky. The hotel is fantastic. L hotel s fantastical. L hotel s fantastical. Everybody is very nice. Don Armando s more simpatico. Belmondo. It's more simpatico. The hotel is terrible. The hotel s terribly. A hotel s terribly. The hotel is terrible. But the restaurant is extraordinary. A lot. L s terribly Berro. A restaurant is extraordinary. Oh, l hotel s terribly farewell. Ristorante is extraordinary. Oh, my pizza is delicious. Me Pizza s Delicioso me pizza s Delicioso 46. Spanish lesson 6e | Reverse translations: Now let's do some reverse translations. What do these Spanish sentences mean in English? Me Ortel s move. Bueno me hotel. It's more bueno. My hotel is very good. Me pizza is perfect. Me pizza is perfect. My pizza is perfect. Meatball us terribly. Me poor your s terribly. My chicken is terrible. S annoys me for you. Eso noise Meat for you. That isn't my chicken Para me. Belmondo is moist simpatico. Jeremy told Belmondo it's moist. Simpatico. I think everybody is very nice. Meatball, Your s perfecter. Me boyo s perfecter. My chicken is perfect. L hotel s move. Bueno Hotel s my bueno. The hotel is very good. A hotel is fantastical. A hotel is fantastico. The hotel is fantastic. Telemundo s born lucky. Belmondo s born lucky. Everybody is good here. Belmondo. A sea empress. Simpatico hockey. Well, you know a C embracing Patrick Wacky. Everybody is always nice here. 47. Spanish lesson 6f | Recap translations: what we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate all the words and phrases that we've been learning in previous lessons. How do you say in Spanish? It isn't very good for me. Noise more buoyant about me? No, it's more bueno about me. The restaurant is very good. A ristorante is my bueno and restaurant. Ismail Bueno. It's very good. Thank you. It's more bueno. Gracias. It's more bueno grasses. It isn't good. It's fantastic noise. We know it's fantastical. No es bueno. Ace Fantastico. The chicken is fantastic. El Poco s fantastical. L polio is fantastical. It isn't delicious noise. Delisi Officer! No, I still is. He also That's the chicken s O s. Help for you. Eso is help for you. That isn't very good. Eso noise! My bueno! Eso noise! Move! Bueno! Not for me. No, para me! No matter me. It's always absolutely perfect. A C m pre absolutely mental. Perfecto A C Embry. Absolutely mental perfecter 48. Spanish lesson 6g | Reverse recap translations: now we'll do some Spanish to English Recap. Translations? What do these Spanish sentences mean in English noise? Bakaye espera. Ill noise. Barrera is parallel. It isn't for her. It's for him. A restaurant is absolutely many extraordinary. Oh, El Restaurante is absolutely mental. Extraordinary! Oh, the restaurant is absolutely extraordinary. Don't know Is perfecter the always perfect? Everything is perfect para mi la pizza is absolutely mental. Perfecter para mi la pizza is absolutely mental Perfecter. I think the pizza is absolutely perfect. Noise Barracuda. A spot on me noise. Bavaria s para me. It isn't for here. It's for me. Every restaurant Chiaki is fantastical. El Restaurante Hockey is fantastico. The restaurant here is fantastic, is absolutely mental. Delicioso. It's absolutely mental. Delicioso. It is absolutely delicious noise. Bother me noise. But I mean it isn't for me. CMB Bouchenaki A c m very buena wacky. It is always good here. A CMP fantastic, wacky A C M. Very fantastic. Wacky. It's always fantastic. Here 49. Spanish lesson 6h | Vocabulary recap: Now let's recap all the words that we've learned so far again. This is an optional lesson and you only have to do it If you feel you need a little extra practice to remember all the words that we've been learning so far. If you feel confident that you haven't for gotten any of the words then you can move on to lesson seven. How do you say in Spanish? Very my is IHS boat battle Beautiful But I see also delicious the list He also the hotel Hello 10 Everything though. Though my me It isn't noise Absolutely, absolutely Mente, that is eso is Yes. See the chicken help for you? Good. We know for her about a year Nice simpatico It is IHS Extraordinary! Extraordinary! Oh, perfect! Perfecto! No, no! Here. A key. The pizza! La pizza For me. About me. Thank you. Gonna see us? Everybody or everyone? Does anyone know? Fantastic. Fantastical, I think. But I mean that eso terrible There really always CMB for him. But in the restaurant a restaurant isn't noise 50. Spanish lesson 7a | "A" in Spanish: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases we learned in less than seven. How do you say in Spanish? My, me, the hotel, A low 10. Nice simpatico, everybody or everyone? Well, you know. Now here's your first word for this lesson. June wound. It means, uh, coun. Now we've seen so far that in Spanish there are two words for the we have L, which is masculine and LA, which is feminine when in Spanish. There are also two words for There's June, which is masculine and una, which is feminine. So you put one in front of masculine mounds and una in front of feminine now owns. How would you say in Spanish? A chicken, boyo, How would you say a pizza una pizza una pizza? So we use Una because pizza is feminine in Spanish. How would you say a restaurant? June Restaurant, June restaurant. Now here's a useful word if you ever find yourself thirsty in Spain. One. Cafe Coun cafe. It means a coffee June cafe, so the accent is on the E, which means you have to stress that part of the word, so it's not own cafe but own cafe. So you're stressed The last part of the word in coffee. So how would you say in Spanish a coffee for me in Cafe para me para me We can see from Moon Cafe that the word cafe is masculine because we use June rather than Una and so keeping that in mind How would you say the coffee here is delicious El Cafe AKI s Delicioso . El Cafe Hockey s Delicioso. So we use L as the word for the with cafe. Because it's masculine. El Cafe means the coffee and one cafe means a coffee, or it can also mean one coffee. 51. Spanish lesson 7b | A tea and a coffee, please: How would you say in Spanish? My coffee is terrible. Me cafe is still really Mika. Fay s there legally. So one cafe means a coffee. Well, if you don't really like coffee, then maybe this word will take your fancy. One day. One day it means a T June day. So how would you say in Spanish? A t for me? Dante Parra Me on tape around me. The tea here is terrible. L a hockey. A stare dreamily They are key s terribly. So we've had so far in this lesson, kun, on Buna, which both mean the masculine and feminine versions Cafe means a coffee. Andante means a t. So how would you say in Spanish? My tea is absolutely delicious. Meet There is absolutely mental jealousy. Also meet They is absolutely mental. Delicioso We learned previously that the word grassy s means thank you in Spanish. Gaseous well, manners cost nothing. So here's another phrase for February. Poor follower. It means please, Porter fab or the letter V in Spanish is pronounced more like a bee than a visa rather than poor fav. Or you'll hear poor fab or and poor fab or means please. So How would you say in Spanish? A t for me, please. Dante para Mi por favor. Or how would you say a coffee for him, please? Cafe parallel port Cafe Parallel por favor. The pizza for me, please. La pizza para mi por favor. La pizza. 52. Spanish lesson 7c | I would like…: How would you say in Spanish? The chicken for her, please. El poco para Airport, Emporio Pariah for far more. Now here's an extremely useful word in Spanish. Vietto Kiet. Oh, it means either I would like or I want Kierra key at all. So how would you say in Spanish? I would like a coffee, please. Chiaro Cafe Chiaro, Cafe por. So, As I said, the word key edl can mean I would like or literally, it means I want on. This sometimes puts people off from using the word Chiaro because they don't want to sound rude. However, even though in English the word I want can sometimes sound rude if you say something like I want to coffee. The word Chiaro never sounds rude in Spanish, so Keyon Coffee, even without the port for war, doesn't sound rude in Spanish. The Spanish can sometimes be very abrupt with their language, and it doesn't sound route all they can say things like Daniel Kaffee, which means literally. Give me a coffee and you'll hear that quite a lot of restaurants and bars, and it's quite normal in Spanish, so key edl literally means I want, but you can use it to mean? I would like so Chiaro Cafe por fav or means I would like a coffee, please. How would you say I would like a t for me? Key? I don't want a part of me Chiaro on tape. Me. I would like the chicken, please. Quiano elbow. You're poor key. I don't elbow your poor family. I would like the pizza Kierra Pizza, Pierrot Le Pizza. Here's your next word in Spanish. Ona Acerra una certa. It means a reservation. You never Acerra. So we have another V here, which sounds like a bee in Spanish. Una rest era, and it's quite a soft be. It's not like over Seromba, but it's cinema una So how would you say I would like a reservation? Chiaro Donato said about Chiaro. Donato said about 53. Spanish lesson 7d | A table for two: How would you say in Spanish? I would like a reservation please Key Eto that I said about fortified border Chiaro who never said about 45 war. Now if you don't want to dine alone then this next phrase might be useful Does Paris on us ? No spirits on us. It means to people those means to on better saunas means people those Paris on us So how would you say I would like a reservation for two people? Please? Quiano Kierra wounded. I said about para las personas put It's for two people Esparragos Paris on us espera posters on us. Or how would you say it's perfect for two people? It's perfect boat But all those Paris on us is perfecto para las personas. It isn't very good for two people Noise, more bueno But other spirits on us noise More Bueno paradox. Paris on us This next word when I mess up well, not Mesa means a table Una mesa. So how would you say in Spanish? I would like a table key Ero una mesa key eto When I'm a some Or how would you say I would like a table? Please Chiaro when I may support for water Chiaro una May support. How would you say in Spanish? I would like a table for two people. Please. You know we're not makes up at all Chiaro on a mesa. 54. Spanish lesson 7e | Vocabulary Expansion Sheet: Numbers: How would you say in Spanish? A table for two, please, when a mesa batter those perfect when im a step out of those poor five. Or I would like a table for three Kierra when a mesa but a trace Chiaro gonna mess up podiatrists so the word dress means three. Remember how, in one of the previous lessons, I mentioned a vocabulary expansion section for food and drink related vocabulary? Well, I've created another one to go with this lesson on. It includes numbers in Spanish from 0 to 1000 now. If you try and learn 1 to 12 off by heart, then you'll be able to get by in most situations in Spain. I do go through all the words and phrases in both vocabulary expensive sections at the end of the course, but you can also download the pdf if you go to my website. The pdf's are completely free. Andi. If you download them, you can print them off on read through them whenever you like. Just go to www 0.3 minute dot club and you'll see at the top of the page a section that says vocabulary expansion sheets. Click that and you'll find all the sheets available to download. So in this lesson, we've had kun on de una, which both mean the masculine version on the feminine Vision Cafe means a coffee Don't a means a t fortified border means please Key Errol means I would like or literally it means I want. But the Spanish do use it in the same way as we use I would like so it is quite a polite way of speaking. Well, not a set of ah means a reservation in Los Paris on us means to people. Onda. Obviously you can change the word lost to any number you like. And so if you go to the cabin expansion sheet for numbers, you can pick any number. So so when I mess up, But I see and better it's on us, for example, would be a table for 400 people. And then we had, you know, Mr Una Mesa means a table 55. Spanish lesson 7f | Let's practise: it's time now to practice what we've learned in this lesson How do you say in Spanish? The pizza for him, please. La pizza para el por favor la pizza Parallel port for war A table for two please When I may stop But I lost fortified border When I makes up at a hospital A t for him in April On April I would like a reservation for two people. Please Chiaro you never said about paradox personas Portable Chiaro Onerous Aruba Paradox Personas perform or id like a table for three people Please Chiaro wanna mess up but address personas poor for border Chiana mesa para CREss personas portable A coffee for me in cafe para me in cafe para me I would like the chicken please key and we'll pour your fortified border G l o l Paul your poor farm or id like a table for five people Please Chiaro on a mesa But I think oh personas portable Chiana Messa But I cinco personas portable I'd like a copy please Chiaro when cafe por favor Peotone Cafe Port ID Like a tea , please. Kierra won't a portable Chiaro on tape 56. Spanish lesson 7g | Reverse translations: Now let's do some Spanish to English translations. What do these Spanish sentences mean in English? Una mesa. But ah cinco personas palpable when a mesa para cinco personas portable a table for five people please. La pizza s para El Portal La pizzas Parallel port for more. The pizza is for him. Please meet A is absolutely meant it terribly Meet There is absolutely meant it terribly. My tea is absolutely terrible. Chiaro on either side of the border key. I don't have a set of potable water. I would like a reservation please when I mess up. But I don't support if I water when I make step out of the sport A table for two please. Me Cafe Ismail Bueno Mika face my bueno. My coffee is very good. Chiana makes up at Auto Personas Chiaro on a mesa batter or to Paris on us. I would like a table for eight people. Mika fee is terribly Mika face there. Really? My coffee is terrible. In that sentence the cafe Andi s. You might hear people pronounce them as one words a rather saying me cafe s terribly. It'll sound more like Mika face terribly and so the E on the end of cafe on the E at the start of s sort of merge into one Mika face there legally What does this mean? Chiaro Lpo your poor for more care Well for your profile border I would like the chicken please. Chiaro not a set about Parolo's. Kierra will not upset about part of those. I would like a reservation for two. 57. Spanish lesson 7h | Recap translations: What we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in Spanish? It's absolutely beautiful. It's absolutely mental. Prestigioso is absolutely mental Prestigioso I think the restaurant is fantastic But I mean a ristorante is fantastico para Mi El restaurante is fantastical. My chicken is terrible Maple, Your s terribly me poor us there really? It is absolutely delicious. It's absolutely Mente they see also is absolute amended Recio. So the chicken is very good. Elbow your s move. Bueno elbow us more Bueno. I think it's delicious para me para me s Delicioso. I think everybody is very nice para me Double. You know, it's moist, impractical, But Army told Armando is my simpatico. It's perfect here. It's perfect. Rocky s perfect. Rocky, Everything is nice here. All the rest am Batic! Lackey! Although a symbiotic lackey, I think everything is perfect. But I me Toto is perfect. But I meet always perfect 58. Spanish lesson 7i | Reverse recap translations: Now let's have a go at some Spanish to English recap. Translations. What do these Spanish sentences mean in English? See? Is absolutely mental. Delicioso, See, is absolutely mental. Delicioso. Yes, it's absolutely delicious. A C M Great move, Gwen Rocky A C M prime rib. When Rocky, It's always very good here para me is absolutely mental press. Yasuaki Jeremy is absolutely mente precio sake. I think it's absolutely beautiful here. La pizza is para area La pizzas Pereira. The pizza is for her. Don't Belmondo A simpatico, wacky Telemundo s simpatico Rocky. Everybody is nice here. Noise when Rocky is absolutely meant a fantastical noise Born Rocky is absolutely mental. Fantastical. It isn't good here. It's absolutely fantastic. Me Hotel espresso or so me Hotel espresso. So my hotel is beautiful. Total s teriyaki. It always teriyaki. Everything is terrible here is absolutely mental. Prestigioso is absolutely mental Prestigioso It's absolutely beautiful. But I mean, it's my brain, Rocky. But I mean, it's my brain. Rocky. I think it's very good here 59. Spanish lesson 7j | Vocabulary recap: What we'll do now is recap all the words and phrases that we've learned so far. But as I've said before, if you feel comfortable with all the words then you have to listen to this. You can use it as a recap and come back at a later date. How do you say in Spanish for him? But I No, no, the chicken l boyo A coffee. One cafe. Perfect. Perfecto. The restaurant A restaurant Always see Embry. Extraordinary. Extraordinary. Oh, fantastic! Fantastical. It isn't noise. Yes. See? Nice simpatico here. A key. The pizza like pizza. Very My two people and those Paris on us. Delicious jealousy. Also a table Una mesa Beautiful presi. Also everything. Dato a t won't they? For her About a year, everybody or everyone? Totally you know, Is this it is Yes, Thank you. Got STS the hotel, you know? Then I think but I mean for me. But I mean, uh, one Oh, you know, terrible, terribly a reservation We'll never said about boot Petal my me I would like key. It'll absolutely absolutely mente please for five order. Good. Bueno isn't noise that eso that is s always bad. Mollo 60. Spanish lesson 8a | …and the food?: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap of the words and phrases that we learned in less than seven. How do you say in Spanish coun o una a t one day a table una mesa I would like key. It'll two people north Paris on us, please. Poor family. A coffee, June cafe A reservation you never said about. Now here's your first word for this lesson. La comida black Camila. It means the food lack Amita. So how would you say in Spanish the food is good here on de la comida ends in a so it's a feminine noun. La comida s buena aqui la comida is win AKI. And so instead of saying Wendell, we say buena which is the feminine version off the adjective good in Spanish. If you did forget this, though, and said la comida es bueno AKI, you would be completely understood in Spain. And so it's a small grammatical issue, but it's nothing to lose Sleep over. How would you say the food is delicious? La comida esta cosa La comida esta cosa. The food here is always very good. Lacombe Iraqi A. C M. Operate more. Buena Lacombe Iraqi a CME primary. Buena Here's a useful little linking word in Spanish e Okay, it means end So in Spanish the word and is just the letter y. But it's pronounced e e. How would you say then? I would like a t onda a coffee Chiaro. Want a young cafe g r o k e one cafe. I would like the chicken for me. Onda the pizza for him Chiaro el poco para me l a pizza para el Kierra. Well, Popara me a pizza. 61. Spanish lesson 8b | Two more words: How would you say in Spanish? Maria on bedroom. Maria E. Pedro. Maria Pedro. This is a nice little word in Spanish. Tambien tambien It means also tambien So how would you say I would like a t Andi? Also a coffee G r o tambien cafe GSO It'll mean also I would like a coffee for me, please. Tambien tierro cafe para mi por favor tambien gso cafe para mi por favor. So in this s and so far we've had lack Amita which means the food e meaning and on Gambian which means also now we learned in one of the very first lessons off three minutes Spanish that the word s means is in Spanish. Well, here's a related word. Son. Son. It means our son. So how would you say in Spanish? The T Onda the coffee are for me a day year cafe Some para me as they deal cafe Some part of me that Andi that are for him. Eso Yes. So some parallel eso eso some braille The pizza and the chicken are for me La pizza lpo some para me la pizza tl Ponyo Me, the T and the coffee offer me is a calf in some part of me. Yeah, cafes on me 62. Spanish lesson 8c | Plural nouns: the word son means are in Spanish. So you can probably guess what nor son means no son means are not no son. So how would you say the tea and the coffee are not for him a day you'll cafe most unparallel l the Cafe North unparallel So far, we've seen that the Spanish have two words for the El Onda la the masculine and the feminine. Well, there is actually 1/3 and also 1/4 way. We have lost and less these air used When there is more than one of something. You use loss in front off masculine mounds and lasts in front of feminine nan's. We call them the plural. The So we have n la loss and lasts. El and LA are used in front of singular pronouns. And if there's more than one of something, we use instead loss onda less for example, Last miss us means the tables. So table is feminine and messous is plural, Meaning there's more than one. So we say last miss us or lost Boy yours, Lost boy owes means the chickens so poor your is masculine And in the plural we have lost boy us so we use l in front off, masculine Singular, announce LA in front of feminine single announce los in front of masculine plural lands and last in front of feminine plural lands. And they all mean the But what I mean by the word plural. Well, plural simply means that there's more than one of something. Andi, in English most of the time, If you want to make a noun plural, you just add an s to the end. For example, chicken becomes chickens or table becomes tables most of the time. You can do this in Spanish, too. You just put an s on the end of the noun, and you put the plural there in front of it. So elbow your in Spanish means the chicken. That's singular. There's only one in the plural becomes lost boy. Us lost boy. Us means the chickens. So we just add an s on to the end off the noun and use the plural word for their LA pizza means the pizza and in the plural, we get last pizzas or a restaurant means the restaurant. And in the plural, we just at an S and use the plural word for on we get loss restaurant tests, which means the restaurants 63. Spanish lesson 8d | Practising plurals: Part 1: We've just learned that in order to make amount plural in Spanish, all we have to do is add an s to the end of the noun and you change the word for the toe. One of the plural words either loss for masculine gnomes or less for feminine knowns. Let's go through some singular mountains on and see if we can turn them plural. So El Bordo means the chicken. How do you say in Spanish? The chickens lost boy US Lost boy us. So the word n means it's masculine. So we use the plural version loss on we add an s to the end of polio and we get boy us Lost boy us means the chickens. LA pizza means the pizza. So how would you say the pizzas? Less pizzas. Last pizzas. A restaurant means the restaurant. What would be the restaurants? Lost restaurant? This los restaurant this l hotel means the hotel. Now this word does things slightly differently. If a word ends in an L in Spanish like hotel, then to make it plural, you don't just add an s, you add an e s to the end. So see if you can work out how to say the hotels Los or Tellis Los or Tellis. So we add an E s to the end rather than just an s. A toughie means the coffee. So how would you say the coffees? Los cafes, lost cafes. Every day means the tea. How would you say in Spanish? The tease lost this lost this la mesa means the table. So how would you say the tables? Last, missus last Miss us. And so to make Anam plural in Spanish, you just add an s to the end and change the world forever into either loss or last. Which of the plural words obviously you don't need to say the word. The if you have a number. So, for example, Lost Boy owes means the chickens. But if you want to say to chickens, you would say instead no spoilers or three chickens Press boy owes or four pizzas Quattro pizzas. So the words loss unless are only used if you use the word the in English. So last missus means the tables. But mess us by itself just means tables 64. Spanish lesson 8e | Practising plurals: Part 2: Let's practice turning a few more rounds. Plural la persona means the person in Spanish. So how would you say the people last bets on us last burst on us. So we just add an s to the end off the noun and use the plural word for the Lara Sarava means the reservation. What would be the reservations? Last racer, Thomas Last reserve us La IAVI La IAVI means the key in Spanish. Lawyer be so it has a double ale at the start, which means you pronounce it like a why. What would be the keys last year? Vis last year A liberal A liberal means the book a liberal. So how would you say in Spanish? The books lost liberals, Los liberals. So some of these now are new tours in three minutes Spanish. But the rule still remains the same. You add an s to the end of the noun to make it plural. And you can use the plural word for the loss. Liberals, the books La casa LaGrassa means the house. So what would be the houses? Last Gas us less gas. Us. El Nino. El Nino means the wine. What would be the wines. Los Pinos, Los Pinos In Vasto, a vassal means the glass, meaning the glass that you drink out off. What would be the glasses, lost vassals, lost masters and so lost. Basso's means the glasses. When it's talking about glasses that you drink out off, not glasses that you wear the word for glasses that you wear is gaffe us spelt G. A F. A s last gaffe us but lost bass source is the glasses meaning glasses that you drink out off. So turning announed parole in Spanish is pretty easy. We have to do is add an s and then you can use the plural word for the either loss for masculine gnomes or less for family announce. 65. Spanish lesson 8f | Plural adjectives: How would you say in Spanish? The coffees are for her Los cafes, some para area los cafes, Son para how would you say the restaurants lost restaurant this los restaurant? This? Remember how I showed you that all adjectives have a feminine form that you have to use When talking about a feminine noun, for example, Ueno became Buena or Delicioso became Delicioso. Well, never also plural forms. You can use these to talk about plural knowns. So that means each adjective in Spanish has four different forms. I'll show you with the adjective winner, which means good elbow Your s bueno it for us by no means the chicken is good And so we use Wen all ending in an O on its the masculine singular form. And so you use this when talking about masculine single announce like elbow your la pizza s Buena la Pizza s buena And the winner is the feminine singular form which is used when talking about feminist single announces like La pizza Lost boy owes. Sunway knows los boyars. Sunway knows this means the chickens are good. So when aust is the masculine plural version off the word good in Spanish and you use it to describe masculine plural knowns. So basically, you just add an s to the end off the masculine, singular last pizzas, son Buenos last pizza, son. With us, this means the pizzas awkward. And so when us is the feminine parole version off the word good in Spanish and so you can probably see the pattern Ueno winner winos winners. The normal adjective ends in an o. Then, to make it feminine, you change it to an A, and then you can make either of those plural just by adding an S. So when o becomes Buenos Buena becomes buenos. Now this seems like a lot to remember, and it is. But don't worry about it. This is a little part of Spanish that if you do get wrong, it's not the end of the world. You'll still be understood. If you used Wendell for everything masculine, feminine and plural announce, you will always be understood. The word Wendell doesn't mean anything different toe when us, for example, I've only introduced this now so that you can start to get used to it. It's mainly so if you see it written down or if you hear it said. Then you know that buenos means the same as Bueno. For example, if you use the wrong one, nobody would bat an eyelid. I think it's sort of like the difference between the English words. Are onda on in English? We should use the word on in front of words that start with a vowel, for example, an apple or an elephant. But if you heard somebody say apple or elephant, it sounds a little bit weird, but you still know what they mean. Apple doesn't mean anything different from an apple, just like we know doesn't mean anything different from when us or buenos or Buena. It just would sound a little bit weird to Spanish years if you use the wrong one, but you would be completely understood. 66. Spanish lesson 8g | Four forms for each adjective: We've just learned that every adjective in Spanish has four different forms. A masculine singular, a masculine plural, a feminine, singular Onda. A feminine plural. So let's go over all the adjectives that we've learned so far and look at their four forms . So the word good in Spanish is bueno. In the masculine plural, it becomes buenos. The feminine is Buena on the feminine Plural is buenos. We know winos, Winner winners. So what I'll do is go over all the adjectives in that order. Masculine, singular musket m plural, feminine, singular, feminine plural. So here's the four forms off the word delicious jealousy. Also the list your source. Delicioso, Delicioso, Us. Fantastic fantastico. Fantastic. Als. Fantastic! Fantastic. Us Beautiful. But I see also. But it's your sauce. But I see also. But I see owes us extraordinary. Extraordinary. Oh, extraordinaire Eos, Extraordinary. A extraordinary as perfect. Perfecto! Perfect us. Perfect, Perfect Us Bad Mollo! Mallows! Moloch! Malice. Now you might have started to notice the pattern. If the adjective ends in the letter o to start with, then the O becomes an OS in the masculine plural and a in the feminine Andan a s in the feminine parole. So that's why it's Mollo Melo's Moloch Mullah's. However, if an adjective ends in the letter e like terribly in Spanish, then there's no different feminine vision and all you have to do to make it plural is at an S. So let's look at the four forms off. Terrible, Terribly Terry Bliss terribly Jerry Lous. So really, this adjective only has two forms terribly is used for masculine unfeminine, single announce on and dairy bless is used for masculine and feminine pronouns. And then the adjective nice is simpatico, simpatico, us simpatico, simpatico us. 67. Spanish lesson 8h | Some more nouns: So when you're talking about muscular announced, you use the masculine, singular or the masculine plural version of the addictive on. When you're talking about a feminine noun, you use the feminine singular or the feminine plural versions of the adjectives. For example, elbow your S bueno means the chicken is gold. La pizza s buena The pizza is good. You lost boy owes son. Buenos. The chickens are good. Onda Last pizzas, son Buenos. The pizzas are good. However, what if you want to say something like the chicken on the pizza are good. Well, whenever you're talking about a mixture off masculine and feminine downs, the masculine plural adjective is always used. So you would say in Spanish El poor, your L a pizza Sunway knows. So when you have a mixture off masculine and feminine noun in a sentence, you have to use the masculine plural version off the adjective to describe them. Now let's practice little with these new adjective agreement rules his a random, feminine, known una Sana area, una Sana area. It means a carrot una Sana area, and it's a feminine noun. So how would you say in Spanish? The character last Son audio lot, Son Aurea. How would you say the carrots, Last son, aureus, Last son or areas? How would you say the carrots are good? Last San Aureus Son Winners Last San Aureus Son Buenos! And now here's a random, muscular unknown Kun plata. One platinum It means a banana. One platinum and you can see it has an accent on the first. A. So that's where you stress. So it's not one Platt Dannell, but one platinum a banana. So how would you say in Spanish, the banana L Blatter. No, any platinum. How would you say the bananas lost Platinum's lost platinum's. And how would you say the bananas are good? He lost flat on us. Sunway knows lost Latinos Sunway knows. 68. Spanish lesson 8i | Plural "my": I've said that to make a noun probable in Spanish. All you have to do is add an s. Well, the same goes for the word my We've seen the first version off my which is me and that's used for single announce while the plural is miss missed. And you use meets in front off floor announce. So how would you say in Spanish? My carrots are delicious. Miss San Arias Son Delicioso, Miss San Arias Son Delicioso. How would you say my bananas are delicious? Miss Platonov, son. Delicioso, Miss Platinum son Delicioso. So you use the word me in front, off singular mounds, whether they're masculine or feminine. And you use Miss in front, off floor announce again. It doesn't matter where their masculine or feminine. So let's put all these masculine and feminine and plural and singular rules into practice. How do you say in Spanish? My chicken is good. Me boyo s window. My pizza is good. Me pizza s buena my bananas in good Miss Platon offs. Sunway knows my carrots are good. Miss San Arias Sung Buenos! The chicken here is good. Oh, you lucky s Bueno. The pizza here is good. Lapid sake s buena The bananas here are good. Los Blatter Nozaki Sunway knows the carats here are good less Santolaria sake in buenos. So we've used in those examples me for the singular version of my and meat for the plural version and then l on DLA are the singular versions off the and loss unless are the plural versions off the 69. Spanish lesson 8j | Don't lose sleep!: this lesson has bean full off little grammar rules. They aren't difficult to understand. But there are a lot to remember, especially for a beginner in the language, However, I always say, Don't lose sleep. I've introduced these grammatical structures very early on in the course, but I don't expect you to remember them all whenever you speak Spanish. The reason I've introduced them now is because it's best to get them out of the way with early. And the more you see them, the more you'll get used to them on more importantly, the more you'll remember them. The most important thing when speaking a foreign language is just making sure that your understood whether you miss off a letter or used the wrong word for the as long as you're speaking and the other person understand what you're saying, it doesn't matter in the slightest worrying about these rules will only stop you from wanting to speak, but at the same time, knowing about them will make it easier for you in the long run. But as I said, don't lose sleep over them. Even the most fluent speakers of Spanish makes reports with these rules now and again. So just learn them and then focus on the speaking in this lesson. Then we've learned lack Amita, which means the food e meaning Andi Tambien, which means also son means are no son Means are not Oh aunt. We learned that there are four words for the l la loss and Last El is used in front of masculine singular Announce Lola is used in front off feminine single clowns. Loss is used in front of masculine plural mounds and last is used in front of feminine programs. And then we learned a random feminine noun, una Santolaria, which means a carrot. And we don't a random masculine noun, one platinum meaning a banana. And finally we let the two words for my me is used in front of singular Nam's and Miss is used in front off floor announce 70. Spanish lesson 8k | Let's practise: it's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in Spanish? The food here is always delicious. Lacombe Iraqi A. C Embry Delicioso Lacombe Iraqi A CMP Delicioso I would like to chickens please. One for me on day one for her Chiaro No spoilsport NBA Rami NBA g r No, no Spoilsport family June para mi para The carrots are very good. Last San Aureus son Muy buenos last Sampdoria's Sun Moon Buenos I think the food is perfect here. Jeremy is perfect para mi la comida is perfect The bananas are very good Lost flatness, son. My bueno's I lost bladder loss on my bueno's The food is always terrible. La comida is cm break terribly La comida SCM pretty terribly The chicken for me on the pizza for her please El poco para me a pizza El poco para mi pizza para for four more The food here is very good. Lacombe Iraqi. It's my Buena Lacombe. Iraqi s more buena The chicken is delicious. L Ponyo Estelle isi Also el poco Estelle isi. Also, the pizza and the chicken are very good. La pizza el polio son, move Bueno's la pizza El polio Sun Moon Bueno's 71. Spanish lesson 8l | Reverse translations: Now let's do some reverse translations. What are these Spanish sentences mean in English? Lacombe. Iraqi s mom, Buena Lacombe. Iraqi s more Buena. The food here is very good. La pizza is Delicioso. La pizza s Delicioso. The pizza is delicious. Me comida esta cosa. Me comida esta cosa. My food is delicious. Lassen Arias son Gary Bliss Lassen aureus on dairy bliss. The carrots are terrible. Elbow your s Delicioso. L Ponyo s Delicioso. The chicken is delicious. Lost blackness. It's on my bueno's lost flatness. It's on my bueno's. The bananas are very good. Chiaro Most deaths e dressed office Chiaro. No states address cafes. I would like to tease. And three coffees. Tierro Um cafe para area Chiaro want April Um Cafe Pereira. I would like a tea for him on a coffee for her Tammy in Kyoto. One cafe por five. Order tambien Chiaro on cafe por favor also, I would like a copy, please. Misano areas son. Perfect us Miss San Arias son. Perfect. Us. My carrots are perfect 72. Spanish lesson 8m | Recap translations: What we'll do now are some recap translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in Spanish? It isn't very good. No, it's more bueno noise more buoyant. I would like a coffee please. Chiaro cafe por favor Chiaro One cafe por favor. Everybody is very nice. Total Mondo is more simpatico. Total Mondo is more simpatico. The restaurant is very good. El Restaurante is more bueno in a restaurant is more bueno. The hotel is terrible. A hotel s terribly l hotel s terribly. It's good. Yes, we know it's bueno. The chicken is very good. Help your s move Bueno elbow us more Bueno. The pizza is very good. La pizza s more Buena la pizza is more buena It isn't very delicious noise More the less he also. No, it's more than I see. Officer, I would like a tea for him. Please Chiaro want a parallel port Chiaro Day parade performer 73. Spanish lesson 8n | Reverse recap translations: now we'll do some Spanish to English Recap. Translations? What do these Spanish sentences mean in English S. O s? Delicioso? They don't know. It's more Bueno. Part of me S. O s. Delicioso. They don't noise. Manuel Lobotomy. That is delicious. But it isn't very good for me. Noise fantastical. Better. It's more bueno noise Fantastical. That s my bueno. It isn't fantastic. But it's very good. No, para no para Not for here. A result. Anti Norris Milo in a restaurant. A noise Mollo The restaurant isn't bad noise. Bakaye Ismail Noise Pariah Sprl It isn't for her. It's for him. Noise. But I it's better me noise by rail is part of me. It isn't for him. It's for me. L polio is my bueno Baron. Pizza is extraordinary A and boy Oh is my bueno Baila pizza is extraordinary. A The chicken is very good but the pizza is extraordinary. Para mi la pizza is extraordinary. A para mi la pizza is extraordinary A I think the pizza is extraordinary. Eso But I mean s o amigo, that for me. Thank you s my bueno? Yes, my brain. It's very good 74. Spanish lesson 8o | Vocabulary recap: we'll finish off Lesson eight with a recap of all the words and phrases that we've learned so far. And don't forget that if you feel comfortable with these words, you can skip this video. How do you say in Spanish? Nice simpatico my me on this everything daughter for me. But I mean a coffee, one cafe, a carrot una Sana Odiah It is if please poor family, the restaurant, a restaurant, the pizza la pizza. I think that I mean that is eso Ace boat battle. Andi for here. About a year. Yes. Seem have been on a one platinum perfect perfecto. I would like key Eto the and love los on the last the food La comedia are not no son. No, no uh own Oh, you know very my a table. When im a some everybody or everyone Does anyone know? Always see Embry also tambien bad Mollo here I can't beautiful, but I see also a reservation Well, not I said about that Eso good Bueno Isn't noise extraordinary? Extraordinary! Oh a t One day it isn't noise Absolutely, absolutely meant Delicious That is he also the chicken help for you The hotel l or 10. Oh, son. Fantastic. Fantastical. Terrible. Terribly. Thank you. Gracias. Is is for him, but I two people north, there's on us. 75. Spanish lesson 9a | The Greetings Lesson: Let's start this lesson with a quick recap off the words and phrases that we learned in the last lesson. How do you say in Spanish? A banana in platinum? The and le loss and loss My, me on miss are not no son. A character. Una Sana Odiah. Andi. Okay, the food. La comida. Oh, son. Also some beon. Now, Lesson eight was rather intense, what with all the masculine, feminine, singular and plural rules. Therefore, I'm going to make this lesson a little less taxing. I'll call it the greetings lesson, and you'll soon see why your first word for this lesson is Allah. Hola. It means hello. Oil. So how would you say in Spanish? Hello? I'd like a coffee, please. Hola. Tierro cafe, por favor. Allah. Karen Cafe por favor. Hello. A t for me, please. Allah on tape around, people. Allah. Hello. The pizza for me. On the chicken. For him, please. Allah. Allah! Pizza Baron E e el poco. Parallel port. Hola, La Pizza para me. Here's your next greetings. Based word. Windows D s Buenos dias. It means either good day or good morning. Buenos dias. So how would you say good day? Two coffees, please. When was the s nose cafes portable? When are the s those cafes perform or 76. Spanish lesson 9b | Good evening: How would you say in Spanish? Good day. I would like a table for two please. When the s Kierra When I miss a para los por favor where does the s Kierra? When I'm a stop at a loss for football How would you say good morning? When was the US When was the s Your next greetings Phrase is when I started this When us Tardis And it can mean either good afternoon or good evening when I started this So how would you say good evening? I'd like a table for three people please When I started this Chiaro when I miss a para tres personas perform When I started this Kierra when I mess up a dress personas portable Good afternoon. Two teas, please. When I started this no states portable when I started this no states portable. So in this s and so far we've had ola meaning Hello. We know the us which can mean either good day or good morning. And when I started this which can mean good afternoon or good evening How would you say good evening? I would like a pizza please. When I started this, I don't want pizza portable when I thought of this Katona Pizza portable. Your next phrase is win us Martus. When us notice it means good night when us not just on Dhere is another word that goes nicely with the last phrase at the orthe have you us? It means goodbye. Adios. So how would you say goodbye and goodnight of yours? He went as notice. Have the Aussie Buenos noticed. So the phrase well US notice is usually used when you're leaving somewhere. 77. Spanish lesson 9c | See you soon: Here's your final greeting phrase in Spanish for this lesson. Steller Eagle. I still owe you. It means CIA soon asked all illegal This phrase you're very often hear shortened to tell a wiggle. So if you hear someone say tell illegal it's short for Estella Wheel which means see you soon literally. The word Asta means until on blue ego is used to mean later. So until later, see you later or see you soon as a local. So how would you say in Spanish? Go by and see you soon. And yours? Yes. There we go. Have the Aussie Acela. We go. So let's do a quick recap off all these new greetings raises. How do you say in Spanish? Hello? All our Hola. Good day. Windows D s. When was the s good evening? When I started this were just out of this Good night. When it's not just when it's not Just good afternoon. When I started this when I started this Good morning Windows D s when was the s goodbye at the north? Have you us? See you soon. Slomo. Estella Eagle. So in this lesson, we've had Allah. Meaning Hello, Windows D s which means good morning or good day, and you might be wondering why we have winos, which is the mascot implore version off good well, in Spanish. When you say good day, you literally say good days. So you're wishing all the days to be good on the word dia, which means day in the plural is diaz meaning days Andi. Even though DEA ends in an A, it's actually a masculine noun in Spanish, so there are a few noun in Spanish that end in the letter a that are masculine. India is one of them, and that's why we use the masculine plural version off good buenos dias. Similarly, when I started this, which means good afternoon or good evening, where we have win us, which is the feminine plural version off Good. And that's because the word Tara Day, which means evening, is feminine, so tired today means evening Faraday's means evenings. So when you say good evening in Spanish, you're wishing all the evenings to be good. When us started, this literally means good evenings and again the same goes with when us not yes, when it's notice not it means night. Andi. It's another feminine noun in Spanish notice is nights, and so you use the feminine plural version off the word good, which is well enough. So we say when us not IHS, which literally means good night's. So when you say where it's not, yes, you don't just wish tonight to be a good night. We wish all nights to be a good night. So when us not just means good night and then we had at the horse at the source, which means goodbye and ask the Louisville S L a widow meaning see you soon, which you very often will hear shortened to tell illegal. 78. Spanish lesson 9d | Let's practise: It's time now to practice what we've been learning in this lesson. How do you say in Spanish? Goodbye and see you soon. Have your say Yes. L a widow Have the Aussie s that illegal? Hello. I'd like to tease please. Allah Chiaro No States portable Allah Chiaro states portable Good day windows. Niaz Windows D s Good night when it's not is well as notches. Hello. Hola. Order. Good evening. When I started this when I started this goodbye at the office and yours Hello. I'd like a coffee, please. Allah, you don't cafe perform or Hola. Chiaro cafe Portable. Good morning. Windows near death. We're not the s. See? You soon asked a legal Acela. We go. 79. Spanish lesson 9e | Reverse translations: Now we do some reverse translations. What do these Spanish sentences mean in English? When I started this when I started days Good afternoon or good evening. Have you us have yours? Goodbye. Windows D s. We know the s good morning or good day. Hola, Allah. Hello. When I was notice when it's not just good night and your si buenas Noches And yours even as notice Goodbye and good night. Hola Chiaro No stays young Cafe Mullah Khairallah stays Cafe Hello. I'd like to tease and a coffee. When I started this Chiaro cafe por favor when I started this Karen Cafe por follower Good evening. I would like a coffee please. When I started this Kierra when I'm a separate those poor level win us out of this Kierra when I'm a step out of those portable. Good evening. I'd like a table for two, please. I said a little asked that we go see you soon 80. Spanish lesson 9f | Recap translations: What will you now are some recap Translations to incorporate words and phrases that we learned in previous lessons. How do you say in Spanish? I think that is absolutely extraordinary. Bonomy, eso is absolutely mental. Extraordinary! Oh para Mi eso is absolutely mental! Extraordinary! Oh, the food is fantastic. La Comida s fantastic Like Amina is fantastic. It's extraordinary here, as extraordinary, Wacky. It's extraordinary. Wacky. Also, I would like a coffee, please. Damien Chiaro, Cafe por fa border Dominion Cafe Por favor. Everything here is delicious. Nawrocki s Delicioso. Taraki is Delicioso. The food is always delicious. Here. La comida a c Embry Hirosaki la comida a C mbradley CEO sake. That is for me. Eso es para me s O s. But I mean, I would like a table for three people, Pierrot, when I messed up a trespass on us. D'Antona may stop, but at the expense on us. It's for her. Espada. A spot a year. Everything is fantastic here. Dodo is fantastic. Lucky the other is fantastic. Wacky 81. Spanish lesson 9g | Reverse recap translations: Now let's do some Spanish to English Redcap translations. What are these Spanish sentences mean in English? No, it's more bueno. But I mean no. It's more bueno out on me. It isn't very good for me. See? Yes. But I mean see, it's better. Me? Yes, it's for me. Eso noise. And we went about me. Eso north. We went about me. That isn't very good for me. Chiaro One cafe Pierrot Cafe por favor. I'd like a coffee, please. Noise. Bakaye. It's better me noise. Bakaye. It's about me. It isn't for her. It's for me. La Comida s terribly like Ramirez. Terribly. The food is terrible. Emporio s Delicioso. Lpo s Delicioso. The chicken is delicious noise. My lucky noise. Malarkey. It isn't bad here. Belmondo is moist, simpatico. Belmondo is my simpatico. Everybody is very nice key. I don't wanna makes about a scene. Couple for water. Kierra. When I may support I think open. I would like a table for five. Please. 82. Spanish lesson 9h | Vocabulary recap: Let's end this course with a recap off All the words and phrases that we've learned Have you say in Spanish? Fantastic, fantastical bad Mollo Everything taught him isn't noise. Hello. Hola. Delicious Delisi also also tambien here I keep a coffee one cafe everybody total Mondo, I think. But I mean that is s always good night whereas notice it is hiss for her barracuda. Perfect. Perfect. And e is s two people north Paris on us. Uh whom o una no, no a table una mesa. See you later. Ask Galileo Good evening. When I started this nice simpatico at Banana one platinum aunt. No, son, that eso the chicken elbow you terrible terribly the food like um either. Goodbye. Adios. The pizza La pizza, the restaurant a restaurant. Good day. When I ds, I would like Vietto. Yes. See a character When I sent audio My me or Miss boot panel? Uh, son Beautiful. But I see also the hotel l hotel for him But in a reservation you never said about good when absolutely, absolutely mental Very my a t won't they? Thank you, Grasses. It isn't noise. Always see Empoli, please put a five Order that and le los or last for me. But I mean extraordinary, extra ordinary. Oh, 83. En El Restaurante a - La Ensalada: in L. A restaurant at the restaurant lines a lot The salad one peppino a cucumber una lechuga a lettuce When I say value and onion no matter or tomato aided app, you'll the century on pimienta a pepper blessed be knocked us the spinach in Rabanne a reddish una gremolata, a beetroot a must wear. So the crest it I mean you. The salad dressing wouldn't pick it off. Stay, accrue tin. 84. En El Restaurante b - Las Verduras: last very Laura's The vegetables una Sana area a carrot one tam Pignon a mushroom When I call the floor a cauliflower one free hole, a bean l mice the corn. Los de Santis, the peas one About that A potato when I call a cabbage onus parable and asparagus in broccoli A broken E in Puerto a week Wanna bet in China and obey gene in Freehold Pinto A runner bean You know hoodie A very today a green bean in de la que the months to una pastie naca A parsnip You're not gonna have ASA a pumpkin Kalaba seen Grandi tomorrow one Cala vaccine Because yet on a weapon ego a gherkin Last call is day Brusuelas The Brussels Sprouts una I'll catch Offer an artichoke Who novel Turn it, you novel sweat cool A Swede a sweet potato One got a band. So a chickpea When Ellen a lentil Well, not so yeah, a soybean 85. En El Restaurante c - El Pescado y Los Mariscos: el Pescado. The fish is Salman the salmon in a tune the tuna. The truth, The trout it back allow. The card is about the whole the haddock lap, Latifa. The place el lenguaje the soul in a rap e the monkfish Los mariscos the seafood When I gamble a prune June language Stina A large prune. Los Cameron is rebel salvoes. The scampi. You know Austria. An oyster in Michigan. A muscle, A lobster in Congress. A crab Kalama. Oh, one tip Iran A squid or calamari? One. Pull, pull an octopus. Wanna enjoy an anchovy? 86. En El Restaurante d - La Carne: like out of me. The meat. El Cordero. The lamb l b stick the steak. Be a natural. Well done. Boko h medium rare. But it'll satya rare Cassie Crudo blue l pavel the techie air Come one. The ham and Sarah the pork help for you The chicken a la carte de vaca. The beef like, aren't they? They cover the goat meat like Arnie the Kabiru, the horse meat Lassalle teacher, the sausage A battle. The duke is going there for the rabbit. Latter Neera the veal like Arnie. David the venison. Langella, Dina, Dina, the guinea fowl l cornice the quail, Ighalo and liver coun Grignon, A kidney. 87. En El Restaurante e - Las Otras Cosas: last ultras courses, The other things and Patty the Patty? I guess so. The cheese one level doodle Ah, hard boiled egg Nuevo passell A soft boiled egg Nuevo Frito a fried egg Los Where was Revuelta us? The scrambled eggs on a tortilla. An omelet. L a sopa This suit lost every Alice the serial La Vina the porridge. L'm Wesley the musically in a rose, the rice Labastida the pastor lost females the noodles. Last pattern at Rita's the chips last patellas freaked us. The crisps concocting the gamba's a prone cocktail. One book ideo a sandwich una I'm Borg esta a hamburger. Perry talk hot dog in pincher a kebab. 88. En El Restaurante f - Los Condimentos: Los Conde Mentos The condiments LaSalle The Salt la Pimienta, the PETA envy Nadery the vinegar la Most asa The mustard La salsa Dementor The Mint Source Ale Asuka the Sugar June Evel Koran Sweetener Lambiel The Honey a apple, The Garlic Lemaire Mlada the marmalade and get you the tomato source. La salsa RTP The brown source. Last Alyssa They saw you in the store. Sells la my own Issa the mayonnaise in a safe they know leva. The olive oil L. Leoni, the garlic mayonnaise, lemon takiya The border El pan Blanco The white Brent Ippon Integral. The brown bread glass toast, Alice the toast and your reward the ah, but 89. En El Restaurante g - La Cocina Española: lock or seen ice. Manola Spanish Cuisine Stop us Small portions of food. Last bonus. Slightly larger than tapas. Lot by you. A rice dish usually made with seafood or chicken and Theresa spicy sausage seasoned with paprika. La Tortilla Espanola. An omelet made from slices of potatoes, lamb or CIA. The Spanish equivalent off black pudding tourists. A straight doughnut uses aired with chocolate, and you ask for jurors going talk a lot. 90. En El Restaurante h - El Postre: a blustery It is. It's you, not ours. A cake, a lot. An ice cream. The fresh strawberry. Dave I Nia Vanilla. They took a lot Chocolate Dementor mint. They meant corn. Pepito mint choc chip lost caramel Owes the sweets. One threat a pancake, a total at the chocolate. Not that a pie lanata the cream when I got yet a biscuit. Una got yet a salada. A cracker. Literally. It means assaulted biscuit. Unmoving. A muffin. Last natty. Yes. Requested you. Nice Puma a moose and really valuable the room. Bob Who? Nine Celada the fruit us a fruit side una Macedonia A fruit cocktail. One cocktail the fruit us another way of saying a fruit cocktail. 91. En El Restaurante i - La Fruta: last fruit us the fruit own opinion A pineapple one platinum a banana una fraser a strawberry wanna from waste arrest? Very well. Not that on an orange A grapefruit una sandia a watermelon on melo Cotton a peach Una Bella a pair When a man Sana an apple Oh, not over a great when a pasa a raisin on a random or on a random No asshole a blueberry when a necktie arena a nectarine una Sarah Whalen a plum coun Limon a lemon una Neema a lime una clementina a clementine una satsuma a satsuma When Amanda Arena or you naptime Hettena a tangerine Albury Cokie An apricot cherry una Maura a blackberry una in Eddie now the juniper berry avocado and avocado una Garcia *** A black current in that a date do not tell you a dragon fruit. Una mariko. Yeah, a passion fruit. You're not gonna say Yeah, it's Bielsa A gooseberry. You know why yabba a guava on kiwi? A kiwi a kumquat only tea alike. E in mangel a mango June Malone a man in in Melun do say honey dew melon incantalupo! A country we're not gonna another a pomegranate a y Manto Fischelis. June Aranda. No roof. A cranberry. I want a quick a peanut woman with a walnut one piece statue, a pistachio, una ayana a hazelnut una I say tuna or una or leva and only. 92. En El Restaurante j - Las Bebidas: last May be thus the Drinks Cafe, a coffee one day, a t Managua a water gone gas, sparking seeing gas still then grateful, tap or literally from the tap. Sumo. The fruit. Us a fruit juice. You can change the word fruit. Us toe any fruit, for example. Consumo de would be in our ministries. You know what onica a tonic Water una Coca Cola a cola the milk when I lived in another a lemonade. If you put the word light on the end of things, it means diet. For example, una Coca Cola light means a diet color in vino. A wine in Vino Tinto. A red wine in vino Blanco, a white one in vino rosado. A rose, a wine When I said a vase, a beer. Una cerveza rubia. A lager literally on a service. Sarabia means a blonde beer. Una Kanye is a small draft beer when I see that a Cider June Harris, Our Sherry Cognac. A brandy on whiskey. A whiskey Well, now he neighbor a gin gin tonic, A gin and tonic only court a liqueur. One vodka, a vodka. One very moved of a muth. One martini martini. One. Run a room. June a Porto, a port concoct in cocktail corn, yellow with ice 93. En El Restaurante k - Los Cubiertos: law school Bertos the coronary own koto and knife on koto They want a butter knife on koto the pan, a bread knife in koto pescado, a fish knife in koto Carney sero a steak knife, moncoutie or the castle. A cheese knife on koto train chant a carving knife when I called chatter a spoon secretary a teaspoon Monaco Chadha this end of year a tablespoon You know who chatted sopa A soup spoon. Montana door a fork one black toe a plate one boy a bone Natasa a cook una copa a glass Calio a toothpick when a set of yet a napkin invalidate the yellow. A nice book, it una fattah a water joke. 94. Los Números - 0-100: lost new meadows. The numbers Seydel. You know Norse There is cuatro simple safe. See it there. Torture no wavy the if on See no se dressy Got daughter. Say kids say the actually safe. The FTC s the day or two the acting wavy venti You'll notice that 16 17 18 and 19 all start with DF, which comes from 10 d f e se hace 10 on six, the FTC at 10 and seven and seven. So 16 17 18 and 19 are made up off 10 on And then the number I went, you know, venti, those vented dress venti Quetta venti, cinco venti face I went to see it when the orchard venting wary train train tie does there ain't I trees the rain that e cuatro trained by Cinco Ren di Saiz trained by torture trained by unwary. And you'll notice as you work through these numbers that from 30 onwards the pattern is they say the word 30 or 40 or 50 and then e which means end and then, you know, does tres quatro cinco 60 at the or choke on wavy And that's all the way through. So once you know the way for 30 40 50 60 70 80 and 90 or you have to do is fill in the gaps by putting the would end, which is e and then those or dress in the twenties is a little bit different because vain and e combined convinced. So we had been Tito's venti dress, which is one word, whereas with the thirties and forties, etcetera is three words. Train that e rent, i e. Those trains I e. Trace Quaranta. You know Cuaron Close quaranta trays, Quaranta cuatro quaranta e cinco, Where in that safe quaranta, it's yet Cuaron e onto Cuaron in wavy sin cuenta sin cuenta una sin cuenta. Those seen Quinn by trice seem quaint. I Quattro seem quaint by single sanguine that he stays seem quaint. I see it, sin cuenta torture, sin cuenta, January says in the SE sent. I, you know, says anti does season by Prez says anti Cuatro says. And I think all says and that is safe says in that you see it there says in torture, says Entine. Webby said then and so you might notice that sets in and said 10 are very similar, except for one letter and I remember the difference between 60 and 70 says Ente Isa dente because s comes before t in the alphabet. And so 60 come before 70 says Centa, with an s comes before said 10 with a t So say Santa is 60 on DSA. Tempeh is 70. Said then that you know set then by those said entire address, I said Then they quite through, said then by single sit and I say's I said then by siete day sit anti torture said 10,000 the way we gente or 10 tie you know, or $10 for 10 by trees or 10 quite through or 10th I single or 10 di Saiz or tent I see it content I or 10,000 weary? No ente, no anti, you know, no anti does no when Tight race, No venta equal tro No anti single No. One by Saiz No, Renta is yet And the wind that torture no went that in waving CNN 95. Los Números - 101-1000: So the wood CN was 100. When you get past 100 however you change the word see n to CNN, say 101 siento una siento does ciento tres siento cuatro siento cinco siento stays siento CIA siento or two siento on wavy siento ds. And that goes on you add 11. 12 except her onto the end of CNN and you've got 100 200 is no cientos. And again you can have the numbers 1 to 99 onto the end of this. No cientos una no cientos Those no siento stress, no siento squad, no siento stinker. Lo siento stays lo siento siete no siento torture No, si n doesn't wary. No cientos de s 300 is dressy and dust and again you can add rest Cientos you know, three cientos those cientos tres etcetera 400 Quattro cientos 500 is a little bit different . It becomes guinea and does skinny and US 600 is say cientos 700 is a little bit different, said they cientos said they cientos an 800 auto cientos and 900 norm asientos meal is 1000 and one milion is a 1,000,000 so dress cientos, Quattro, cientos, Kenney and Toews stay cientos, said ASEAN Toast or Joe Cientos and Nova Cientos. 96. The Happy Linguist: If you would like some hints and tips on how to make the most out of these courses on how to accelerate your language learning, you can read through my articles on my blawg called The Happy Linguist. I have written almost 400 articles on their full of ideas to keep learning a language fresh and exciting, and I'm constantly updating it with new articles. For example, you can listen to some foreign language songs that I have translated into English. For you, this is always a great way of learning new vocabulary. 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