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by Jake Beus

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August 22nd, 2011

Spanish Video Lesson – Car Accidents

Car Accidents

Because Spanish is such a widely spoken language and continues to grow, it becomes more likely that you might find yourself in a situation like a car accident with a native Spanish speaker. This vocabulary could also be helpful to you if you choose to drive in a Spanish-speaking country. Please practice the vocabulary on our Facebook page.

Here is the vocabulary from the video:

Are you okay? ¿Estás bien?
What happened? ¿Qué pasó?
Do we need to call the doctor? ¿Necesitamos llamar al médico?
How can I help you? ¿Cómo puedo ayudarte?
My knee hurts. Me duele la rodilla.
My head hurts. Me duele la cabeza.
My neck hurts. Me duele el cuello.
My back hurts. Me duele la espalda.
Do you have insurance? ¿Tienes seguro?
Whose fault is it? ¿Quién tiene la culpa?
It’s my fault. Tengo la culpa.
It’s his fault. El tiene la culpa.
It’s her fault. Ella tiene la culpa.

You never know, this lesson might help you save someone else’s life or even save your own. Remember to practice and have a little fun.

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

August 26, 2011 – Spanish for Climbing Mount Everest

September 2, 2011 – Personal Hygiene

September 9, 2011 – ???

by Jake Beus

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August 11th, 2011

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Spanish Video Lesson – At the Gym

Spanish at the Gym

How often have you wished you could speak Spanish while at the gym? You know that you like to brag about how often you go to the gym, and now you can brag about it in Spanish as well. I would like you to get on our Facebook page and brag to everyone about how often you go to the gym. Exercise is very important, so you might as well be able to talk about it in more than one language.

Here is the vocabulary from the video:

I want to exercise. Quiero hacer ejercicio.
I want to play basketball. Quiero jugar baloncesto/básquetbol.
I want to be strong. Quiero ser fuerte.
Please help me. Ayúdame, por favor.
I like to run. Me gusta correr.
I like to ride bikes. Me gusta pasear en bicicleta.
I am tired. Estoy cansado.
What kind of exercise do you like? ¿Qué forma de ejercicio te gusta hacer?
I am stronger than you. Soy más fuerte que tú.
How often do you exercise? ¿Con qué frecuencia haces ejercicio?
I exercise everyday. Hago ejercicio todos los días.
I exercise 3 times per week. Hago ejercicio tres veces por semana.

Make sure you visit Visual Link Spanish on Facebook and tell us how often you go to they gym and what kind of exercise you like to do. I look forward to reading your responses and helping you practice Spanish.

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

August 19, 2011 – Spanish for Climbing Mount Everest

August 26, 2011 – Car Accidents in Spanish

September 2, 2011 – Personal Hygiene

by Dave Clark

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August 4th, 2011

Spanish Video Lesson – Travel Phrases

Spanish Travel Phrases

Many of you who read this are probably interested in traveling to a Spanish-speaking country. I’ve taught you a few important Spanish travel phrases, and now I’d like you to visit Visual Link Spanish on Facebook and practice what you’ve learned with others. Be sure to share with everyone what your favorite vacation spot is.

Here is the vocabulary from the video:

Can you recommend…? ¿Puede recomendar…?
a good restaurant un buen restaurante
a nice tourist spot un buen lugar turístico
a good museum un buen museo
a good bar un buen bar/cantina
a good casual restaurant un buen restaurante casual
a good formal restaurant un buen restaurante formal
I don’t understand. No entiendo.
Slower please. Más despacio por favor.
Please repeat. Repita por favor.
Do you speak English? ¿Habla inglés?
I don’t speak English. No hablo inglés.
Where is your favorite vacation spot? ¿Dónde está su lugar favorito de vacaciones?

While you may not be able to visit a Spanish-speaking country like Spain or Mexico, these questions are often interesting to ask to a native Spanish speaker in your area. They might know the best places to get real Mexican food or visit completely different places than you do. You can appreciate different cultures and learn to speak Spanish without traveling outside your country. I encourage you to learn about and appreciate different cultures. Have fun and try out some new things and places. By the way, my favorite vacation spot is Perú. I love the people of Perú and I have been able to see some beautiful areas of the country.

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

August 12, 2011 – Spanish at the Gym

August 19, 2011 – Travel Phrases

August 26, 2011 – Car Accidents

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