Spanish Saying “nunca digas de esta agua no beberé”

HOW TO USE THE SPANISH SAYING “NUNCA DIGAS DE ESTA AGUA NO BEBERÉ”

Spanish sayings are very important if you want to sound natural when you speak. There is a long list of Spanish sayings but “nunca digas de esta agua no beberé” is one of the most useful among all of them. In this episode, I will explain to you this saying so that you can speak Spanish fluently.

Besides, I’m going to explain how to use vocabulary related to river and marine travel.

What is the city with the most bridges in the world?

Surely the first image that came to your mind is Venice with its 409 bridges. If you are in the United States, you must be saying: the correct answer is Pittsburgh, as it has 446 bridges.
Although at the moment the city with the most bridges in the world is Hamburg in Germany with 2,496, it is closely followed by Amsterdam with 2,484.

An interesting fact to remember, again, the close relationship that the Dutch have with water. In this episode I will walk through the New Bridge of Kampen, while I do it I will teach you the vocabulary you need for your trips by river or sea in Spanish-speaking countries.

It sounds cool huh? So join me!

Episode number nineteen is part of the series called Walk And Learn.

To learn all about the vocabulary related to habits in Spanish, click here. If you listen to this episode you will also know the curious habits that characterized many famous people on the planet.

Listen to the Walk and Learn series to learn lots of idioms and curiosities about the Spanish language, while I walk around different cities.

AN IMPORTANT SPANISH SAYINGS IN THIS EPISODE

I have been making a special selection of the most frequently used sayings in the Spanish language so that you can learn this language more easily. In this way, I will help you optimize your time and be able to speak Spanish quickly.

Likewise, my mission is to teach you Spanish, so doing a podcast in English won’t really work. The introduction of this podcast will be in English, but the dialogue will be in Spanish.

You learn a language faster when you listen and listen and listen a bit more. Get familiar with the pronunciation and start recognizing Spanish words. So try to listen to the Spanish podcast many times and write down what you hear.
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HOW TO USE THE SPANISH SAYING “NUNCA DIGAS DE ESTA AGUA NO BEBERÉ”: WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

Aprovechando mi viaje a Los Países Bajos, he grabado una serie especial de episodios con temas relacionados con la náutica. En este episodio además de aprender nuevo vocabulario, como siempre encontrarás anécdotas de algunas experiencias que he tenido viajando en barco. En particular en este episodio, hablo un poco de lo que viví cuando viajé en buque-bus desde Argentina a Uruguay.

Click here to enjoy this learn Spanish episode about how to use the spanish saying “nunca digas de esta agua no beberé” and much more.

You will find the following structure:

o Descripción del entorno que rodea al lugar donde me encuentro: 2m 10s
o Explicación sobre vocabulario relacionado con el transporte fluvial y marino: 3m 00s

MORE PODCAST TO CONTINUE LEARNING SPANISH TO SPEAK FLUENTLY

Listen here to learn Spanish faster in our short series Spanish In A Minute. In episode 20 I will teach you how to you the Spanish sayin “barriga llena corazón contento”. With this knowledge you will be able to speak fluent Spanish after having a breadfast, lunch or dinner with your Spanish speaking friends.

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