Beginner Spanish from Rob and Liz of Spanish Obsessed. Couple Liz and Rob (Colombian and English) teach and discuss a range of Spanish phrases, vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation - giving you the real Spanish as it's used around the world today. Engaging and lively conversation around a range of topics, equipping you with the Spanish you need to navigate through a variety of situations, from ordering different types of coffee to telling your significant you love them in 6 different ways! We update weekly, so be sure to subscribe using the button on the left to stay up to date. Also, check out our world of Spanish material, articles, and general Spanish love at SpanishObsessed.com!
Rob and Lis both tell a story about their experiences of dealing with the authorities, in Spain and Colombia. This lesson is focused on comprehension, so be sure to follow along with the transcript if you struggle.
Learn the latest Spanish vocabulary around social networks, and communication in the digital age. How are social networks changing Spanish (as well as English)? How do you say "update", "upload", "download", "tag", and other important "digital verbs"? What is "a like" in Spanish?
Useful phrases for some of the most intense "conversations" you can have: arguments! Tempers may be running high, so it's always good to have a stock of phrases that you can fall back in should you ever be unfortunate enough to have an argument with a Latino/a or Spaniard!
Rob and Liz are "enfermos" (ill)! They talk (moan) about their illnesses, and what they're going to do about it. Learn different ways of saying "I have a cold", "head ache", "stomach ache", "back ache", or anything-ache! How to cure your cold with vitamins, hot drinks, and staying at home.
Learn about different types of transport in Spanish, including a few methods which are unique to Colombia! You'll learn: Different methods of transport, cardinal numbers (first, second, third, etc), the "masculine problem" (you'll see what we mean).
Welcome to our first episode, all about the weather! Here's what you'll learn: Three questions to ask people when you first meet them English people love talking about the weather, but Colombians aren't so interested - their weather stays the same all around the year. Why? How to ask about the weather How to tell people that it's hot, cold, raining, or sunny Four cool phrases from the "streets", talking about... The weather!