Phrases: 25 Phrases in Spanish for Nurses (Podcast) – Dual Spanish – SPJ 014

In this session, we will review a list of phrases in Spanish Nurses could use at work when talking with patients. Podcast Upgrade Bonus: Get access to these free bonus materials by signing up for a Free Membership: Downloadable PDF Guide with sentence by sentence article transcriptions Video with sentence by sentence transcript and pronunciation voice over…

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Phrases: Spanish Phrases for Customer Service Representatives (Podcast) – SPJ 012

In this session, we will review a list of common phrases in Spanish that Customer Service Representatives can use when talking with customers.         Want to improve your Spanish for Customer Service Faster? Take a look at this:               Podcast Upgrade Bonus: Get access to these free…

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Phrases: Spanish Phrases for Parents (Podcast) – Common Phrases in Spanish – SPJ 008

In this session, we will review a list of common phrases in Spanish that Parents can use when talking with children. Some of them are questions, some other are requests and you will also find a few useful ideas to encourage kids to talk a little bit more in Spanish. Podcast Upgrade Bonus: Get access…

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How to Pronounce Phrases you can use at Customs and Immigration in a Spanish speaking Country

Phrases in Spanish for Customs and Immigration

Visiting a foreign country is an eye opening experience that invites us to learn about ourselves as we open our minds to a different world. However, there are times where having a little extra preparation can be very useful. For example, when you visit Customs and Immigrations in a Spanish speaking country. Most likely, you…

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How to Pronounce Useful Phrases when Asking for Directions in Spanish (and giving directions in Spanish)

Asking for Directions In Spanish

Walking around in a new city is one of the best ways to know more about the local culture and find interesting places to visit. But, what if you are in a Spanish speaking city? “No hay problema”, in this article we will learn words and phrases that will make the process of asking and…

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