THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE VERBS ANDAR (TO WALK”) AND IR (“TO GO”)

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE VERBS ANDAR (TO WALK”) AND IR (“TO GO”)?

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The difference between the verbs andar (to walk”) and ir (“to go”), it is a key issue to avoid confusion when trying to reach a certain place. Likewise, if you are not clear about the use of these verbs, you will surely have many problems to agree on dates to hangout with your Spanish-speaking friends.

Likewise, this learn Spanish podcast is part of a series of topics related to Latino culture. I will also continue talking about the origin of the Latino culture.

Besides, I’m going to explain why it is said that Latin America is a melting pot (“crisol de razas”). We will also learn a little bit about the term false friends (“falsos amigos”), which are similar words or terms between two languages that can cause confusion.

And at the end of this episode, I will answer some of the questions that you guys have already been sent to us, like what is the difference between the verbs andar (to walk”) and ir (“to go”)?

Listen to the Spanish Cultural Series and learn and discover everything about the Spanish-speaking culture!

WHAT DO YOU GAIN BY KNOWING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE VERBS ANDAR (TO WALK”) AND IR (“TO GO”)?

With this episode you will learn something very important, in any language in the world: knowing how to get to a place. Definitely, if you do not know what the difference is between these verbs, you will confuse the people with whom you speak.

On the other hand, the Spanish language is diverse and therefore has many variants. If you listen to this episode of the podcast you will learn some words that will allow you to speak Spanish in different countries of the world. Enjoy the second part of this useful and interesting topic.

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HOW TO LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE?

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 rest will be in Spanish.

Moreover, 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.

If you want to understand the dialogue well and to learn Spanish fast, feel free to plan a free introductory call with me to get to know each other. You can also take a look at my prices for learning Spanish online. And no worries if you just started learning Spanish: I can speak in English with you whenever necessary. I mean, if you don’t speak even a word I can handle it, believe me!

THE SPANISH PODCAST: WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

Este episodio hace parte de la serie de temas relacionados con la cultura latina. Hoy seguiremos hablando del origen de la cultura latina. Explicaré por qué se dice que América Latina es un “crisol de razas”.

También aprenderemos un poco sobre el término “falsos amigos”, es decir, palabras o términos similares entre dos idiomas que pueden causar confusión.

Click here to enjoy this learn Spanish episode. You will find the following structure:

o Explicación de la expresión “crisol de razas”: 3m 11s
o Explicación de los “falsos amigos”: 9m 25s
o Respuestas a preguntas: 12m 17s
o ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre los verbos andar (“to walk”) e ir (“to go”)?
o ¿Cómo se le dice a las personas arrogantes en América Latina?
o ¿qué significa la palabra “escrúpulos”?
o ¿Cómo se usa la expresión “¡No dejes para mañana lo que puedas hacer la semana que viene”?
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MORE PODCAST TO CONTINUE LEARNING SPANISH

Listen here to the first part of the cultural series, if you want to know why the word “bocadillo”, even though it is written and pronounced the same in some Spanish-speaking countries, refers to two different things.

DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE SPANISH LANGUAGE?

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