Learning Spanish while doing my makeup



discover an inch lesson three Oh everyone Johnny Spanish here Oh banish your Spanish if you want to learn to speak Spanish quickly and easily then you have come to the right place final skipper Spanish is the breakthrough program that will help you to speak and understand Spanish in just 15 minutes a day this is a discover Spanish podcast lesson 3 hello and 1sps a todos aquí estamos in Miami Florida from Christina Christina to estas bien gracias journey estaba Spanish is a complete language learning system that covers the basics of the language there is a lot more to be found at a website at discover Spanish comm including interactive exercises grammar explanations cultural information things ain't moved so where do you prefer to listen to this podcast first and then go on like to take the interactive lessons or you prefer to do it the other way around it doesn't matter as long as you're practicing your Spanish why don't let's get started with lesson 3 in this lesson you're going to learn how to ask and say where you are from to ask someone where he or she is from in an informal situation you say they don't edit a donde it is when I say a word or phrase in Spanish and Christy repeats it you should try to repeat it along with her say speak out clearly and don't worry if your pronunciation is it perfect just have fun with your new words and phrases you guys ready see listo they don't dance they don't the enemy's a donde eres donde is the word for we're in Spanish they don't ans literally means from where are you remember that you used the to form in Spanish in informal situations such as you know or someone your own age if you want to be a little bit more formal than youth the formal version they've only assisted they don't they don't they esos then they don't make sustain the Dom they sustain it almost esos dead remember that you used the you step form if you are addressing someone you don't know very well someone who is older or someone to whom you must show respect now let's practice the two ways to ask where are you from again in informal situations saying they'll only etis atis don't lettuce lettuce they don't know Aris in formal situations say they don't know a sustained they don't know is they they don't they are sustained they don't necessary you don't exist it they don't they are so steady muy bien gracias they say what country you are from say soy there and your country for example if you are from the United States you would say so de los Estados Unidos what Estados Unidos soy de estados de líneas so is a los Estados Unidos de los Estados Unidos soy de estados de ley knows the word soya means I am yo means I but you will not use the word human Spanish to start the sentence using your is optional and is generally left out in everyday speech okay now try repeating these phrases as you hear them sorry they kind of that soy intake Canada that means I am from Canada soy de Inglaterra live in Ladera so I say Inglaterra that means I am from England gracias it's getting more comments and meet people from all around the world here are some more countries that you might be people from listen and repeat Mako Mako Mako is how you say Mexico in Spanish onion espana Christina what countries espana Spain Lancia Francia Francia means friends al ammonia ammonia and ammonia and now what countries Alemannia Italia Italia means our boat means Japan come on last but not least Lucia means Russia Lucy yeah gracias let's continue learning with some yes or no questions to ask someone you don't know very well if they're from here say it's therapy steady key is pas de aqui esta aqui it literally means yes thank you yes or no the word for you in Spanish si si the word for no is easy because it's the same word in Spanish no no no you answered yes I am from here say see soy de aqui ce ce soit vit C soy de aqui C soy de aqui the answer no I'm not from here say no no sorry that you know no so I got you no no so de aqui no no so yucky no no so thank you no no so dorky no salt day excellent gracias Johnny okay let you review what you learned in this lesson listen to the vocabulary and phrases spoken by our cast of characters and discover Spanish calm will give you some time to repeat them along with Christina then say what the word or phrase means in English they don't the ATIS oh there's only heiresses where are you from the only areas is the informal version of where are you from yes they'd only sustain they don't they don't they associate as formal where are you from if only as usted is the formal version of where are you from soy de los Estados Unidos I'm from the United States Estados Unidos espana is painted Inglaterra I'm England Inglaterra Inglaterra is Indian add ammonia ammonia Aleman yeah it's German it dalia Italia yeah yeah it's early hop on hop on Japan how is Japan Lucia Lucia Lucia is Russia good job you guys got a couple more to go and we are all done it's deke where are you from yeah este aqui where are you from it's the are you from the informal situation history some damn key yes I am from here see Jackie see Zoey that key that means yes I am from here last one no no sorry Jackie no I'm not from here no no sorry Yankee no soy de aqui no no soy thank you that means no I'm not from here Wendy see whoa good job yes that wraps up lesson 3 I hope you've enjoyed this podcast and that you'll come back for some more lessons in the next lesson you'll learn how to ask an answer the question what languages do you speak thanks for choosing discover Spanish and we'll see you next time si si adios more information go to discover Spanish Spanish lesson for hello everyone welcome back I'm Johnny Spanish hola Johnny here in Miami Florida with my partner Christina all right Christina all honesty no Tito I'm Christina welcome back to discover Spanish and the discover Spanish podcasts the podcasts are designed to be supplements to our award-winning language learning system this system will help you learn to speak Spanish in just 15 minutes a day we invite you to subscribe today at discover Spanish comm in lesson 3 you learn how to ask what country a person is from in this lesson we're going to be talking about languages you speak to say that you speak a language say hablo plus the name of the language for example to say you speak Spanish si hablo espanol hablo espanol remember when I say a word or phrase in Spanish and Christina repeats it you should try repeating it along with Christina you guys ready alright here we go hablo espanol hablo espanol hablo espanol means I speak the verb ending tells you who the subject is it's me if you want you can add muy bien or more vocal to the end hablo espanol muy bien hablo español muy bien applause from Europeans I speak Spanish very well hablo español muy poco hablo español muy poco habla espanol but I speak Spanish just a little bit wait to say you don't speak a language at all just add the word know before the verb hablo for example to say you don't speak Spanish say no hablo espanol no no when you're to be more polite you can say lo siento no hablo espanol lo siento no hablo espanol lo siento no hablo means I'm sorry so if you add that to no hablo espanol that means I'm sorry I don't speak Spanish good job muy bien gracias here are some other languages listen and repeat English English English English is how you say English in Spanish Francis Francis Francis Francis is the word for French al-eman language is al-eman German muy bien Russia Rousseau is the word for Russian chill Jeannot Jeannot is the word for Chinese try repeating these hablo English hablo English blow yes that means I speak English hablo Francis Abril Francis Pablo freshness I speak French Abdul Alim on Pablo Aleman Pablo Alan that means I speak German Fantastico gracias to ask someone whether he or she speaks a particular language se habla plus the name of the language our example to ask whether someone speaks Spanish se habla espanol hablas espanol a blessing habla espanol hablas espanol ablis means you speak unless espanol means do you speak Spanish if you're addressing a stranger or someone older than you use the formal usted habla espanol habla usted espanol I don't loose Ted espanol habla usted it's Manuel blah blah blah you're traveling in a spanish-speaking country and you run into problems you can always ask do you speak English Cristina for you how would you ask whether someone speaks English using the formal usted form habla was fading this is the formal version of do you speak English excellently I see a strong me okay if you want to ask what languages someone speaks say give us hablas habla ke deal if you must hablas give you merciless ke do merciless the word in Yama's means languages k idiomas hablas means what languages do you speak in point of situations loosely instead for hey if you're most other steps ke do mess habla usted you must I love you step you must allow sit ke do not stand you went to the question you almost I'm no speak Spanish English and general your también habla espanol a in list I don't know I'll go ala man I to speak Spanish in English but I don't speak German before we in this part – let's talk about how to cope in a situation when you don't understand what someone is saying this is obviously one thing that you will face when you first start to learn any language it can get kind of sticky and if you don't understand what someone's saying say no entiendo no entiendo no entiendo no entiendo no entiendo no indeed no means I don't understand you might also say lo siento pero no lo siento no entiendo lo siento pero no entiendo okay let's review what you've learned in this lesson listen to the vocabulary and phrases spoken by our cast of characters at discover Spanish calm will give you some time to repeat them along with Christina then say what the word of phrase means in English you guys ready hablo espanol I speak Spanish hablo espanol is how you say I speak Spanish I will explain your muy bien hablo español muy bien hablo español muy bien hablo español muy bien is I speak Spanish very well hablo español muy poco hablo español muy poco hablo español muy poco if you guessed hablo español muy poco means to be Spanish parasternal you're correct lo siento no I'm sorry lo siento no hablo espanol means I'm sorry I don't speak Spanish I'm looking less up low English hablo English is how you say I speak English I speak French if you guessed a la francaise means I speak French also another plus for you Pablo Aleman I speak German I know Ali means I speak German I speak hablas responsive Anna she's the informal version of do you speak Spanish I'm warm enough to speak Spanish I'm those thin espanol is the formal version of do you speak Spanish habla usted inglese Abner was dead English habla usted it English do you speak English is the formal version of do you speak English give you must Alice what languages do you speak fabulous even was a plus is the informal version of what languages do you speak ket Oh must have those dead he almost allows dude okay myself loose Ted what language is pronounced all those dead is the formal version of what languages do you speak see last one lo siento pero no entiendo lo siento pero no entiendo I'm sorry but I don't understand lo siento pero no entiendo means I'm sorry but I don't understand when you see more good job gracias sorry to say but that wraps up lesson for know I've enjoyed this podcast and that you'll come back for more lessons in the next lesson you'll learn how to ask an answer the question what do you do for a living hello everyone me llamo Johnny Spanish hola I'm here in Miami Florida with Christina hey Christina hola Johnny I'd like to welcome everyone back to another discover Spanish podcast the podcast are designed to be supplements to our award-winning language learning system this system will help you learn to speak Spanish in just 15 minutes a day we invite you to subscribe today at discover Spanish calm now let's begin our next podcast podcast number 5 you have already learned how to ask an answer the question what is your name after you exchange names a question that often comes up in conversation is what do you do to ask what someone does for living say in Omaha and cranky trabajas and Clayton it's important that you always say the words or phrases out loud during this podcast so when I say a word or phrase in Spanish and Christina repeats it you should try to repeat it along with her ready inkay trabajas inkay inkay trabajas the verb trabajar means to work the literal meaning of NK trabajas is what do you work in informal situations use the you stead form improv comedy drama hosted in que trabaja hosted was dead in K trabajos dead Ankita homestead and que trabaja Austin another way to ask the same question is to say quad s to offer bass shown while is to occupy soon koala s2o capacity on wall is bassoon while is the OCO bassoon qual s2o policy on of assume means what is your occupation in case you're wondering one literally means which in Spanish but often translates as what in English excellent gracias to see what you do for a living say soy plus the occupation so you know I am now most occupations in Spanish have both masculine and feminine forms for example if you are a male doctor you say soy doctora so I topped our soy doctor but if you have a female doctor you say sorry doctor so it doctora sorry doctor notice that in Spanish you don't need to use the word ah or n before the occupation try these listen and repeat I'll be teaching you the masculine occupations and I'll be teaching you the feminine occupation so I promise office or orifice or means I am a teacher so it profesor soy profesora soy profesora soy profesora means I'm the teacher soy ms0 so in myself soy Macedo so when they said Oh beans I am a waiter my sera sera means I avoid you here's a quick tip Macedo and nasarah come from the root word mr. meaning table sorry outdoor soy October your tour so I have tour so I have told means I am an actor soy act please soy a tree so I act please so yeah Therese so I mean I'm an actual fantastical here are some more occupations I'll say the masculine version and Christina will say the feminine version feel free to repeat them both lawyer is abogado Oh God abogado our god oh god oh god oh god you and he a needle and he he and Anita in hit you in Hindi era and Heaney era most occupations have a masculine form ending in oh and the feminine form ending in ah but some occupations use the same word for both genders for example artist is at least pista de estudiante when of these miyamura it'll like seven how would you answer the question soy profesora good job before we end this podcast let's talk about the gender of nouns in Spanish nouns are either masculine or feminine that doesn't mean that the nouns necessarily have anything to do with men and women of course if we're now refers to a man or woman it usually is masculine or feminine the word for boy is Chico Chico Chico is a masculine now 11o which means phone is a masculine noun – this is a good example of a thing being labeled as masculine even though it has nothing to do with men the word for girl is chica chica is a feminine noun fiesta meaning party is a feminine noun – even though it has no feminine qualities okay let's review what you learned in this lesson listen to the vocabulary and phrases spoken by our cast of characters at discover Spanish comm will give you some time to repeat them along with Christina then say what the word the phrase means in English now keep in mind I'll be saying the masculine vocabulary words and Christina will be saying the feminine let's begin what is docu pacion what is your argument what is ask you a Shoshone means what is your occupation in the next lesson you'll learn how to say goodbye and some words and phrases you can use with your sweetheart oh that's a good one let's go to that there are a lot of expressions that you can use to save you by the most common expressions use the word ask them the word ask that means until and it is used to define a time period when you'll see the other person again so if you are planning to see the person tomorrow say hasta manana hasta mañana de mañana mañana is the word for tomorrow hasta manana hasta mañana hasta mañana hasta manana means you tomorrow if you're gonna see the person soon say hasta pronto hasta pronto pronto is the word for soon hasta pronto hasta pronto hasta pronto means see you soon if you're not sure when you meet again you can say hasta luego hasta luego luego means later hasta luego hasta luego hasta luego if you were traveling in a spanish-speaking country you may hear someone shout those nos vemos nos vemos nos vemos literally means we will see each other no stammers no no sabemos okay one more here are some phrases you might say right after you say adios especially if someone is going away on a trip when yeah when VI a when VI a when y when V ahead that means have a good trip does he do this that means have fun classiest now say goodbye to your sweetheart isn't always easy here are some terms that you might use when you're saying goodbye to your loved one like you know view what me chorus on me chorus on chorus on the word for my is me me chorus on is how you say my heart my sweet me chorus or chorus on me yes Mia more is how you say my love Mia more more here's another one my wife me Viva means my life vivia now let's use these terms of endearment when we are saying goodbye listen and repeat hasta pronto me Corazon as the front mi corazon hasta pronto con my stomach also means see you soon adios feel good gracias hey Christina do you know how to say television in Spanish television wood is in English yes it's the same word the only difference is that it's pronounced differently in Spanish the world for television is mainly be sure they leave you soon there are many words in Spanish they look like they're English equivalents these words are called cognates recognizing cognates will help you determine the meaning of a word let's see how many of these words you recognize you ready baby step dentist means Bendis correct Olesya Olesya a Lucas you're able consumed at ocassi location great opportunity Tony doesn't buy demacia oh he died don't embarrass Allah and baddest Adam looks like the word for embarrassed even sounds like it but actually it means pregnant Oh what is called a false cognate be very careful these excellent Agostino good job everyone gracias okay let's review what you've learned in this lesson listen to the vocabulary and phrases opened by our cast of characters I discover Spanish calm well give you some time to repeat them along with Christina then say what the word phrase means in English let's begin adios adios adios okay adios means goodbye hasta mañana see you tomorrow hasta mañana means see you tomorrow see you soon hasta luego see you see you later I started a visa hasta LaVista is another way to say see you later no Stamos is how you say see ya Joe Joe means bye Wendy I hear when V is when bi here when the other is an expression that means have a good trip this means have fun we could as soon my speak hurt me corner sword means my sweetheart yeah maybe down my life maybe that means my life adios mi amor goodbye my love adios Miyamoto means goodbye my love and speaking of goodbyes but Ravi seem oh that was it this wraps up lesson number six I hope you've enjoyed this podcast we'll come back for some more lessons see you hello everyone I'm Johnny Spanish hi Johnny in Miami Florida with my partner Christina or a Christina oh no Johnny we'd like to welcome you to discover Spanish the discover Spanish podcasts are designed to be supplements to our award-winning language learning system this system will help you learn to speak Spanish in just 15 minutes a day we invite you to subscribe today I discover Spanish calm now let's get started with our next podcast unit 1 review today we will review everything that you've learned in the first 6 lessons of discover Spanish let's start by listening to a conversation that reviews the materials from lesson 1 and 2 remember in these lessons we covered greeting people introducing yourself and asking how someone is doing in all of our review conversations in this lesson Christina and I will narrate the various personalities we will start with a conversation between two college students Maria and Pedro who are waiting at a bus stop to go to the campus listen to the conversation and see how much you remember this morning Maria come with the youngest my name is Maria Oh como esta yeah how did you do good hopefully you were able to remember most of the words and phrases now let's go through the conversation again this time with a translation hola buenos dias hello good morning buenos dias good morning me llamo Maria my name is my name is Maria como te Ella's this is the informal version of what's your name me llamo Pedro my name is Pedro hola Pedro hello Pedro almost as this is the informal version of how are you doing yeah you do well and you what's that babe you pretty good now I'm going to start off by saying some words and phrases in English that you have already learned in Spanish it's now up to you to translate my English into Spanish for example I will say hello and you will respond with hola after you've had a chance to answer Cristina will also respond in Spanish okay let's give it a try when you meet someone for the first time in a casual situation you might ask what's your name come on say Emma's dead come with the youngest to introduce yourself you might say my name is and your name go for it me I'm Oh Kelly me llamo Christina how about this one when you meet a friend you might ask how are you doing come on Stas see you might say fine thanks and you bien gracias e2 yang glasses yes excellent gracias let's look at another conversation in this dialogue Christina is going to be the professor and I'm gonna be Roberto the student entering the classroom listen and see how much you understand then we'll go through it together you ready see when I started this in you Rita when I start this in you could have used it me llamo Roberto Martinez good to see you – nice to meet you nice movie in gracias Houston yes gracias okay let's go through the dialogue when I started this senorita good afternoon good afternoon miss miss buenas tardes Senor good afternoon sir como se llama usted what is your name that is the formal version of what is your name me llamo Roberto Martinez my name my name is Robert Martinez mucho gusto Senor Martinez nice to meet you nice to meet you mr. Martinez como esta usted stick its glory original how are you muy bien gracias very well thank you you stood and yourself that is the full version of and you mean gracias fine thanks now I will say some words and phrases in English and I want you to translate what I say into Spanish when you meet a stranger in a more formal situation you might ask what's your name list it or you ain't asked how are you come on Stiles Ted oh is that it I'm tastico gracias now let's review what you've learned in discover Spanish lessons three four and five remember these lessons covered asking and saying where you are from what languages you speak and what you do for a living in this dialogue Lori and Pablo strike up a conversation while visiting angel father's a famous tourist attraction in Venezuela they don't al is a blue soy Domenico you do soy de los Estados Unidos entonces Allison glaze si habla English yo hablo español muy poco no hablas español muy bien a TV almost a blast our low English tambien espanol indeed Rajas so as to the other thing you do so I add ISTA okay let's go through the conversation again this time with a translation ready here we go they done the edits Pablo where are you from that isn't your formal version of where are you from Pablo sorry the medical you do I'm from Mexico in you I am from Mexico and you slowly the los Estados Unidos I'm from the United States and Don says then habla singlets that is the informal way to say used to be you see hablo English y habla español muy poco they speak Spanish I speak English and I speak Spanish very little no unless is fun you'll move in English in Spanish very well yeah almost unless that is the only way to ask our low inglis he tambien espanol I speak English and also Spanish in que trabajan that is the informal way to say you do soy estudiante you do I am a student and you so I add Vista he's stuck I'm an artist alright I'm gonna say some words and phrases in English and I want you to translate them into Spanish okay John you remember after you've had a chance to answer Cristina will also respond in Spanish let's start when you're getting to know someone in a casual situation you might ask where are you from they don't get donde I say I am from Mexico so I didn't he go so I think I'm from the United States soy de sala de los Estados Unidos yes to establish and any notes so it Canada so I think ah oh yeah you might follow up with this question you speak Spanish hablar español español now you can say I speak Spanish so sorry habla espanol hablo espanol hablo espanol you might ask what do you do for a living Kate tell Abajo Abajo in que trabaja might say I'm a teacher soy profesora professor or soy profesora muy bien gracias Johnny that one up let's not forget we still have to cover the material from less than six playing goodbye in this dialogue a couple must say goodbye to each other Silvia must leave a day early and return hasta mañana Silvia me or sumos let's go to the conversation again this time with the translation hasta mañana tomorrow Silvia mere more Silvia my love when viaje when dia have a good trip adios mi corazón y no sabemos see you right now I'll ask you to translate some words and phrases into Spanish you're already good bye adios adios or Joe see you tomorrow hasta mañana hasta manana see see you later hasta luego hasta luego how about I'll see you soon now let's put everything from lesson 1 through 6 together in a conversation this will test your knowledge of everything you've learned in this dialogue angel and Wong have struck up a lively conversation in a cafe after taking a tour of an art gallery listen carefully buenas noches me llamo Angela Martinez Oh see I'm Elizabeth me llamo Juan Garcia mucho gusto mucho gusto assisted at you Senor Garcia no not so lucky sorry de los Estados Unidos they don't Nexus 10 so they make it cool habla usted inglese si pero hablo English inkay trabajo stead soy una doctora you said so Iago Gotham lawyer adios one ask the lawyer you want enough now let's listen to the conversation one more time and you can translate as we go when that's not just my natives Angela what's your name good evening my name is Angela Martinez what is your name me llamo Juan Garcia mucho gusto nice to meet you my name is Juan Garcia nice to meet you mucho gusto this is the ducky Senor Garcia this is your nice to meet you are you from here mr. Garcia Artie no not so lucky I'm not presently los Estados Unidos I'm from the United Nations dude where are you from don't this listing no I'm not from here I am from the United States where are you from so Dominica I'm from Mexico I'm from Mexico habla usted inglese a blunt will stead English do you speak English you speak English si habla English yes but I speak it very little yes but I speak English just a little bit and get through my house did you work sooner doctora I'm interested in you I'm a doctor and you so I will battle I'm aware I'm a lawyer oh this one goodbye goodbye Qin hasta luego I'm gonna see you later see you later Angela that's a jewel a shion's you finished the unit 1 review hi I'm Johnny Spanish hi Tony welcome to discover Spanish classics on you today Miami with Christina Christina you know como estas muy bien gracias e 2 en gracias Spanish are designed to be supplements toward women language learning system there are a lot of expressions that you can use to save you buy the most common expressions used the word means until hasta pronto means see you soon if you're not sure when you meet again you can say hasta luego hasta luego Wavell means later hasta little ass the luego hasta luego hasta luego means see you later you can also say hasta LaVista I still ugly stuff baby hasta LaVista hasta LaVista hasta la vista hasta LaVista is another way to say see you later if you are traveling in a spanish-speaking country you may hear someone shout nothing nos vemos no hemos literally means we will see each other no stains no Stamos okay one more and this is a word that is used in many languages around the world to say goodbye do you know what it is Christina Joe that's right Chuck fun cool good nice yes here are some phrases you might say right after you say adios especially if someone is going away on the trip when Y when VI V and VI a when y when VI hey when we are here that means have a good trip Kate gave those is the it does get a bit that means f1 grass here Johnny now say goodbye to your sweetheart isn't always easy there are some terms that you might use when you're saying goodbye to your loved one like you know you know of you know what B Corazon Corazon me chorus on my sweetheart my is me me Corazon is how you say my heart would use it as me Corazon so what do you think me or more means Christina yes here's another one maybe you don't even my life my life dentista means correct will you see you poorly CEO that would be police right Lucas you're able consume education Brett do need an open port do need an opportunity by demacia farmacia pharmacy will do hotel also be done we've got it but I start I don't think Oh in Vajrasana a lot of Sodom in Barra sullen looks like the word for embarrassed even sounds like it but actually it means pregnant that's what it's called be very careful gracias me amigos hasta mañana adios you

20 thoughts on “Learning Spanish while doing my makeup”

  1. Spanish is so useful to know, especially since it's the main language of most countries on Earth. You'll have so many opportunities to explore the world and see the dozens of different Spanish nations and cultures. My favorite countries being Argentina, Chile, Spain and Mexico.

  2. This was soooo cute♡♡♡♡♡!!! This video will be very useful for jake and kaya since they are moving to barcelona next year. Three of my favourite youtubers speaking my language♡ love that! ♡

  3. Yay! you're doing a great job! keep at it you're a natural! When knowing Spanish You're going to experience another world so beautiful, romantic and passionate…

  4. As a spanish speaker, I’m excited your trying to learn spanish 😊, you’re doing great! You and your boyfriend are adorable together btw 🥰. Lots of luck! 🍀

  5. You have a really good work with the R, because the Spanish R you can use in 2 different ways ❤ keep working, you're awesome

  6. Your spanish is sooooo cuteeee!! Also I'm proud that you're learning such a beautiful language. Greetings from Mexico!

  7. 4:32 you accidentally called Japan 'soap' haha. But I'm legitimatize surprised at how good your pronunciation is! You're picking this up quick

  8. you sound adorable in spanish, i'm very proud of you! My native language is spanish, i'm from Venezuela. You're doing great!

  9. «Soy de los Estados Unidos» «I'm from the United States» Estados = States Unidos = United. Hope you've found it helpful¡

  10. Eres muy buena aprendiendo español, felicidades Kelly!!! Tú pronunciación es excelente, tú puedes, sigue así, un abrazo gigante para ti

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