In this week’s episode, Mark and Alba talk about the different seasons of the year and about their own favourite times of year. This episode provides an opportunity for learners to learn to use the Spanish phrase o sea, and the combination of object pronouns is also covered. José’s intermedio introduces two ways to express surprise.
In this fifth episode, you’ll hear Duncan’s latest reply to Lisa. How will he react to Lisa’s anger? The estate agent is not out of the picture yet, and Lisa seems to be getting more friendly with Diana, in spite of Duncan’s concerns. Verbs included in this episode are calm down, check out, cheer up, come across, sign off and more.
In episode 6 of Show Time Spanish Mark and Alba discuss their recent visits to Edinburgh and will entertain you with some singing! José introduces two phrases to say that things are in a mess, and language points include the pluperfect tense and using double indirect pronouns, eg. a mi madre le gusta la música.
In episode 5 of Show Time Spanish we launch our very own Spanish soap opera, Verano Español, which tells the story of Spanish dad, Antonio, Scottish mum Iona, and bilingual daughter Laura and their adventures one summer in Spain. Each episode will provide you with listening practice, language study and information about the Spanish-speaking world.
In this fourth episode, you’ll hear more from Lisa who is not very happy with Duncan. What will she say to Duncan about his reaction to her old photos? Will she take his warning about Diana or will she think he’s trying to interfere, especially with his comments about the estate agent! Verbs included in this episode are take after, take in, take for, run out and more.