Listening: Dialogue Between a Teacher and a New Student (Podcast) – Dual Spanish – SPJ 019

In this session, practice your Spanish comprehension skills with a dialogue between a Teacher and a New Student. This Dual Conversational Spanish Practice is designed to help you understand when native Spanish speakers talk to you, or when you hear them talking on TV.

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Here is the first section of the Dialogue:

Section 1 (1st time):

Maestra: Hola, ¡bienvenido! Yo soy tu Maestra. Me llamo Jessica. ¿Cómo te llamas?
Estudiante: Hola. Me llamo Alberto.

Maestra: Hoy es tu primer día de clases. ¿Cómo te sientes?
Estudiante: Me siento bien, pero un poco nervioso. No conozco a nadie.

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Sentence 1 in Spanish (1st time)
Maestra: Hola, ¡bienvenido! Yo soy tu Maestra. Me llamo Jessica. ¿Cómo te llamas?

Sentence 1 in English (simplified translation)
Teacher: Hi, welcome! I am your teacher. My name is Jessica. What’s your name?

Sentence 1 in Spanish (2nd time)
Maestra: Hola, ¡bienvenido! Yo soy tu Maestra. Me llamo Jessica. ¿Cómo te llamas?

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Sentence 2 in Spanish (1st time)
Estudiante: Hola. Me llamo Alberto.

Sentence 2 in English (simplified translation)
Student: Hi. My name is Alberto.

Sentence 2 in Spanish (2nd time)
Estudiante: Hola. Me llamo Alberto.

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Sentence 3 in Spanish (1st time)
Maestra: Hoy es tu primer día de clases. ¿Cómo te sientes?

Sentence 3 in English (simplified translation)
Teacher: Today is your first day in school. How are you feeling?

Sentence 3 in Spanish (2nd time)
Maestra: Hoy es tu primer día de clases. ¿Cómo te sientes?

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Sentence 4 in Spanish (1st time)
Estudiante: Me siento bien, pero un poco nervioso. No conozco a nadie.

Sentence 4 in English (simplified translation)
Student: I feel fine, just a little nervous. I don’t know anyone.

Sentence 4 in Spanish (2nd time)
Estudiante: Me siento bien, pero un poco nervioso. No conozco a nadie.

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Here is the second section of the Dialogue:

Section 2 (1st time):

Maestra: Ahora ya me conoces a mi. Yo voy a ser tu maestra.
Estudiante: Gracias. Usted es muy amable Señora Jessica.

Maestra: No tienes que ser tan formal. De ahora en adelante puedes decirme Jessica.
Estudiante: Está bien Señora Jessica. ¡Perdón! Jessica.

Maestra: ¿De dónde eres Alberto?
Estudiante: Soy de Guadalajara.

Maestra: ¿Cuántos años tienes Alberto?
Estudiante: Tengo 12 años.

Maestra: Y ¿qué te gusta hacer en tu tiempo libre?
Estudiante: Pues me gusta jugar fútbol y también andar en bicicleta en el parque que está cerca de mi casa.

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Sentence 1 in Spanish (1st time)
Maestra: Ahora ya me conoces a mi. Yo voy a ser tu maestra.

Sentence 1 in English (simplified translation)
Teacher: Now you know me. I am going to be your teacher.

Sentence 1 in Spanish (2nd time)
Maestra: Ahora ya me conoces a mi. Yo voy a ser tu maestra.

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Sentence 2 in Spanish (1st time)
Estudiante: Gracias. Usted es muy amable Señora Jessica.

Sentence 2 in English (simplified translation)
Student: Thank you. You are very kind Ms. Jessica.

Sentence 2 in Spanish (2nd time)
Estudiante: Gracias. Usted es muy amable Señora Jessica.

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Sentence 3 in Spanish (1st time)
Maestra: No tienes que ser tan formal. De ahora en adelante puedes decirme Jessica.

Sentence 3 in English (simplified translation)
Teacher: You don’t have to be so formal. From now on you can call me Jessica.

Sentence 3 in Spanish (2nd time)
Maestra: No tienes que ser tan formal. De ahora en adelante puedes decirme Jessica.

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Sentence 4 in Spanish (1st time)
Estudiante: Está bien Señora Jessica. ¡Perdón! Jessica.

Sentence 4 in English (simplified translation)
Student: Ok Ms. Jessica. I’m sorry! Jessica.

Sentence 4 in Spanish (2nd time)
Estudiante: Está bien Señora Jessica. ¡Perdón! Jessica.

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Sentence 5 in Spanish (1st time)
Maestra: ¿De dónde eres Alberto?

Sentence 5 in English (simplified translation)
Teacher: Where are your from Alberto?

Sentence 5 in Spanish (2nd time)
Maestra: ¿De dónde eres Alberto?

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Sentence 6 in Spanish (1st time)
Estudiante: Soy de Guadalajara.

Sentence 6 in English (simplified translation)
Student: I’m from Guadalajara.

Sentence 6 in Spanish (2nd time)
Estudiante: Soy de Guadalajara.

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Sentence 7 in Spanish (1st time)
Maestra: ¿Cuántos años tienes Alberto?

Sentence 7 in English (simplified translation)
Teacher: How old are you Alberto?

Sentence 7 in Spanish (2nd time)
Maestra: ¿Cuántos años tienes Alberto?

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Sentence 8 in Spanish (1st time)
Estudiante: Tengo 12 años.

Sentence 8 in English (simplified translation)
Student: I’m 12 years old.

Sentence 8 in Spanish (2nd time)
Estudiante: Tengo 12 años.

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Sentence 9 in Spanish (1st time)
Maestra: Y ¿qué te gusta hacer en tu tiempo libre?

Sentence 9 in English (simplified translation)
Teacher: And what do you like to do in your spare time?

Sentence 9 in Spanish (2nd time)
Maestra: Y ¿qué te gusta hacer en tu tiempo libre?

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Sentence 10 in Spanish (1st time)
Estudiante: Pues me gusta jugar fútbol y también andar en bicicleta en el parque que está cerca de mi casa.

Sentence 10 in English (simplified translation)
Student: Well, I like to play soccer and also riding my bike in the park that is near my house.

Sentence 10 in Spanish (2nd time)
Estudiante: Pues me gusta jugar fútbol y también andar en bicicleta en el parque que está cerca de mi casa.

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You can find the full transcript of the Dialogue in the Podcast Upgrade Bonus:

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