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This m-episode brings everything you have learned in the past few episodes together. Listen to the material in English and say it in Spanish. The first run through we won’t give you the Spanish answer to give you time to say it yourself. Then we’ll go through it again and say the English with the Spanish answer.…
 
This one is for those with dietary restrictions and their travel companions. One of the difficulties when traveling to a foreign country, if you have dietary restrictions or food allergies, is finding food to eat. In this m-episode we’ll practice asking if a dish has a specific ingredient.Autor: LiveLingua.com
 
Now let's learn how to say "no" when a waiter asks you if you would like something to drink. If you don’t want to order anything to drink then you would use the phrase: No, no voy a tomar nada.If you are answering for two or more people you would say: No, no vamos a tomar nada.Autor: LiveLingua.com
 
In this m-episode you will learn how to order drinks in Spanish at a restaurant in Latin America. When ordering a drink you would use the phrase: Tráigame un X por favor” -> “Please bring me a X," Where the X is the drink that you want. Remember that to change the gender of the word “un” (a) based on the gender of the drink.…
 
This m-episode puts together everything you've learned about trying on items in a department store, asking for them based on specific sizes, colors, and other requests, and how to tell someone whether or not it fits. If you haven't grasped anything in this m-episode, go back and review the rest of this Unit.…
 
You'll learn how to ask for specific items in the right size for you (or someone else) in this m-episode. Like the rest of the world, in Latin America the item size can be described in two ways. A general size such as small, medium and large and a specific size like size 6 or size 10.Autor: LiveLingua.com
 
This m-episode brings together all you have learned in the last four m-episodes. Say the following in Spanish. The first time through we will only say the English version so you have time to say it in Spanish. The second time through we’ll say it in Spanish and English so you can see if you got it right.…
 
This m-episode is an introduction to shopping in a department store. You'll hear a common conversation that might take place between two people in the store. Don't worry if you don't understand it all yet -- we'll get to that and by the end of this unit, you will be shopping like a pro.Autor: LiveLingua.com
 
The third part of our "negotiating" series will make you a master negotiator at Latin American markets (after a bit of practice, of course). The final thing we need to add, building on the last two m-episodes, is asking for multiple items, or items that are plural by nature (like shoes or earrings).Autor: LiveLingua.com
 
Here we are going to build on what you learned in the past m-episode to boost your negotiating skills even further. In the previous episode you learned how to ask “How much for this?” Now, we are going to learn how to ask for an item that is farther away from you by asking “How much for that?”Autor: LiveLingua.com
 
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