The Spanish Dude Podcast (Audio)
If you’ve always wanted to learn Spanish, but didn’t think it was possible because you were terrible at Spanish in high school, or you don’t get sucked into Rosetta Stone-style hype–you’ve come to the right place. I’m a normal person, not some big company and not some native Spanish speaker. I’m not a natural language learner at all actually. My first brush with Spanish ended with me getting an F in high school! But somewhere along the way, I fell in love! I’m not sure if I love Spanish because I love traveling, or I love traveling because I love Spanish (and food). But I love them both. Naturally, I want more people to love what I love, but I know that you probably don’t see Spanish like I do… not yet! That’s the point of this podcast. I want to show you that there is ANOTHER WAY! That most of the strategies and tactics they used to teach us Spanish in high school are IGNORANT. They are ignorant to our plight. I know your mistakes. I understand why you make them. They were my mistakes too! I remember the pain and the agony of having to figure it all out myself because... let’s just say... I was underwhelmed with the resources out there. Well, now with these videos (or audios) you don’t don’t have to waste the years I did.

  
Publisher
The Spanish Dude
Website
https://podcast.spanishdude.com
Genre
Language Courses   Podcasts   Education  
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Title
Introducir Vs. Presentar [Spanish Tidbit #16]
Description
In this video, you’ll see the one way “introducir” and “presentar” are confusing AND get a rule of thumb for all the other ways. Other Videos You Might Like: How Words Work All Spanish Tidbits (Vocabulary) All Spanish Quickies (Grammar & Study Strategies) More Vocabulary-Building Videos! Get more info on Fun with Words (premium course) […]
Published
2017-12-01 17:00:48 UTC
https://podcast.spanishdude.com


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