Topics: love Face it, we've all been there, waiting with sandwiches by the phone, going to bed hurt and lonely... In today's lesson we'll hear our friend Mauricio get a little high maintenance; he's upset he didn't get a phone call. Topics: phone_calls It's the age of the cell phone, kids.
Remember when we used to go to all the trouble of agreeing on a time and place to meet up... Today we learn how to tell a guy he looks handsome!
Two people in love can be very sweet to each other. Others might feel offended being asked to move in together without getting married first. Some women prefer to have closure, while others want to avoid the break up drama. Topics: relationships Woo-hoo, is it hot in here, or is it just you?
Find out what happens when someone is so much in love that they forget to eat. In this case, after years of dating, he might think they're ready to co-habitate, but what does she think about all of this? Today you can learn how to break up with your Spanish speaking boyfriend. In today's lesson, our friends notice they're receiving some special attention from someone across the room.
While you’re out on the town, take these words and phrases for a spin to improve your language skills and impress your date with your fluency!
(kee-see-eh-rahs sah-leer kohn-mee-goh)I’ll pay –Yo te invito.
Spanish Pod will bring you a week of Spanish lessons about sex education....
Topics: relationships, pregnancy In this, our electronic age, the handwritten letter has almost entirely disappeared.
Fluent U takes real-world videos—like music videos, movie trailers, news and inspiring talks—and turns them into personalized language learning lessons. The way Spanish gender agreement works, we lump male and female siblings together underneath the male ending.
Find out how this guy deals with a broken heart....
Topics: love, break-up, bartender, alcohol Today we have a lovely dovey dialog. Topics: relationships Some couples choose to move in together before marriage.
Your social life abroad will be an important part of your Spanish language immersion.
Sure, it can be fun to use movies, podcasts, and social media to learn Spanish, but non of that can beat real conversations with native speakers.