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How to Order and Speak in a Spanish Restaurant

by Dave Clark March 10th, 2011 More

Ordering at a Restaurant in Spanish Video Lesson

One goal of the Spanish video lesson is to help you prepare to practice on Facebook Fiesta Friday, where practically the whole world comes to practice their Spanish every Friday! Many come to try to win the free Spanish software that we give away to at least one lucky participant each week.

Vocabulary to Order Food at a Restaurant in Spanish :

In this week’s video lesson, you can watch Jake and me order some restaurant food in Spanish. I’m the customer and Jake is my waiter. If you want to learn to say more food items in Spanish, go to our Spanish food page or this page for additional Spanish food.

Here is the vocabulary from the video in case you don’t have a photographic memory.

waiter mozo/mesero
waitress mesera
What would you like to order? ¿Qué le gustaría ordenar?
I would like to order… Me gustaría ordenar…
…a hamburger …una hamburguesa
…a steak …un bistec
…chicken …pollo
I’m a vegetarian Soy vegetariano/a
…a salad …una ensalada
…an apple …una manzana
Do you have apples? ¿Tienen manzanas?
And to drink? ¿y de tomar?
to drink (variation) beber – ¿y de beber?
I would like to drink… Me gustaría tomar…
…water …agua
…a Coke …una Coca (Cola)
…a soda …un refresco
…coffee …café
…tea …té
…beer …cerveza

Please come and practice with Jake, me and over 7,500 more people on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/visuallinkspanish. Be sure and check out all of our pages so you can learn a language – or many languages. Our site is growing fast, we now receive over 50,000 visitors a month! Have a great semana, and I hope to see you on Facebook Fiesta Friday!

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

March 18, 2011 – Describe your illness to a doctor. Share your sickness with us!

March 25, 2011 – Computer Parts in Spanish and PC vs. Mac. Tell us what’s better!

April 1, 2011 – April Fool’s Day! Come share your funny photos and describe them in Spanish!

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What country Do You Want to Visit?

by Jake Beus March 3rd, 2011 More

Talking About Travel Spanish Video Lesson


Talking Travel Spanish Vocabulary:

If you are like me, you spend more time talking about traveling or vacations than you actually spend traveling or on vacation. I hope that one day I’ll be able to see and visit the places I want to, and I hope the same for you. Hopefully you enjoyed the Spanish video lesson and will now be able to talk about the country you’d like to visit and why.

One purpose of the Spanish video lesson is for you to be able to practice what you learn on Facebook Fiesta Friday, where practically the whole world comes to practice their Spanish every Friday! It certainly helps that we give away free learn Spanish software to at least one participant each week.

Here is the vocabulary from the video in case you can’t remember or forgot to take notes.

Where do you want to travel? ¿A dónde quieres viajar?
I want to travel to… Quiero viajar a…
I would like to visit… Me gustaría visitar a…
I want to go to… Quiero ir a…
Italy, because I like… Italia, porque me gusta…
Italian food la comida italiana
Italian music la música italiana
the beautiful cities las ciudades hermosas
the wonderful people la buena gente
because my family lives there porque allí vive mi familia
I don’t care, I want to get out of here. No me importa, quiero salir de aquí.
I don’t like to travel. No me gusta viajar.
I don’t like airplanes. No me gustan los aviones.
It’s too much stress. Es demasiado estrés.

Please come and practice with me, Dave, and 7,500 more people on this page: http://www.facebook.com/visuallinkspanish. You can learn how to say other countries in Spanish besides Italy on the Spanish countries page. I’d love to hear what country you’d like to visit and why you’d like to visit. I know I mentioned it in the video, but if any of you reading this have a desire to take me to Italy and pay for it, I promise it will be fun. There are many more Spanish words on this website available for you to learn if you haven’t browsed around yet. We’d love to hear your feedback! We want to help you learn a language with thousands of words, phrases, and verbs in each language. Have fun and I hope to see you on Facebook!

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

March 11, 2011 – Ordering at a restaurant. Share your experience with us!

March 18, 2011 – Describe your illness to a doctor. Share your sickness with us!

March 25, 2011 – Computer Parts in Spanish and PC vs. Mac. Tell us what’s better!

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Spanish Eating and Types of Food

by Dave Clark February 24th, 2011 More

Spanish Eating and Types of Food Video Lesson

Spanish Eating and Types of Food Vocabulary:

I hope everyone liked Jake’s lesson last week about cooking. It inspired me to go home and make scrambled eggs. Jake is very creative. Didn’t you love his Valentine eggs in a hole? Elise, from the office, helped him make those and take the pictures.

This lesson will prepare you for Facebook Fiesta Friday, where practically the whole world comes to practice their Spanish every Friday!

Here is some vital vocabulary you will need this week’s Spanish lesson. Come let us know whom you like to eat with and what types of food you like to eat.

Enjoy your food (benefit or gain) Provecho
Join me Servido
I don’t like to eat… No me gusta comer…
I like to eat… Me gusta comer…
…with my family …con mi familia
…with my friends …con mis amigos
…with my relatives …con mis parientes
…at my mother-in-law’s house …en la casa de mi suegra
…alone …solo
…at home …en la casa
…at restaurants …en los resaurantes
…chinese food …comida china
…Mexican food …comida mexicana
…Peruvian food …comida peruana
…American food …comida americana

It would be great if you learned the Spanish words and phrases above and come practice your Spanish at http://www.facebook.com/visuallinkspanish. We’d love to hear whom you like to eat with and your favorite type of food to eat. You can a ton more Spanish food words on this website. If you’re new on this website, please take a look at all of our free lessons. We’re now almost to 45,000 visitors per month!! We’d love to hear your feedback! Here you’ll be able to learn a language – guaranteed. We believe you can learn more here than expensive yellow boxed courses that cost hundreds of dollars. Please share this site with friends through the social media tags at the top of this post.

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

March 4, 2011 – Favorite country you’d like to visit and why.

March 11, 2011 – Ordering at a restaurant. Share your experience with us!

March 18, 2011 – Describe your illness to a doctor. Share your sickness with us!

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Cooking at Home Spanish Lesson

by Jake Beus February 17th, 2011 More

Cooking at Home Spanish Video Lesson


Cooking at Home Vocabulary:

This lesson will prepare you for Facebook Fiesta Friday, where everyone comes to practice their Spanish.

Here is vital vocabulary you will need for cooking at home. You never know, you just might start a Spanish cooking show someday.

to break or crack the egg romper el huevo
to fry the egg freír el huevo
to boil the egg hervir el huevo
to scramble the eggs revolver los huevos
scrambled eggs huevos revueltos
What do you want for dinner? ¿Qué vas a querer para cenar?
Where is the recipe book? ¿Dónde está el libro de recetas?
frying pan la sartén
a pot una olla
Use the spatula. Usa la espátula.
Don’t let it burn! ¡No dejes que se queme!
After you eat, wash the dishes. Después de comer, lava los trastes.
I want to eat now! ¡Quiero comer ahora!

I would absolutely love it if you would learn these words and phrases above and come practice at http://www.facebook.com/visuallinkspanish. As I mentioned in the video, it would be awesome if you could take a picture of something that you’ve made and post it on our Facebook page and describe it in Spanish. I think that would be a lot of fun and it would make us all hungry. You can find hundreds of more Spanish words to help you describe your awesome meal you made. If you’re new on this website, please browse around. See why we and thousands more people think it’s great, and judge for yourself. Please give us your feedback! We simply want to help you learn a language! If you like what you see with this website, please share it with your friends with the social media tags you see.

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

February 18, 2011 – Eating. Talk about eating at home in Spanish.

February 25, 2011 – Favorite country you’d like to visit and why.

March 4, 2011 – What would you like to learn? Please suggest topics.

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Valentine’s Day Phrases in Spanish

by Dave Clark February 8th, 2011 More

Valentine’s Day Video Lesson in Spanish

 

Spanish Lesson: Learn Valentine’s Day Phrases

Come practice your Spanish and tell us who you love on Facebook Fiesta Friday

Here is a little vocabulary to get you started:

Valentine’s Day Día de San Valentín
Happy Valentine’s Day (in Spanish) ¡Feliz día de San Valentín!
I love you (to a family member or relative) Te quiero
I love you (spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend) Te amo
I have… Tengo…
…a wife …esposa
…a husband …esposo
…a girlfriend …enamorada
…a boyfriend …enamorado
…a fiancé (female) …novia
…a fiancé (male) …novio
Tell me about your… Cuéntame de tu …
…family …familia
…fiancé, girlfriend, wife …novio, enamorada, esposa
I love her a lot La amo mucho
I love her a lot La quiero mucho
I love him a lot Lo amo mucho
I love him a lot Lo quiero mucho

Learn the words above and come share info about your “Valentine” on Facebook Fiesta Friday at  http://www.facebook.com/visuallinkspanish. Go to this page for more Spanish words and here to learn a language! This site received 39,694 visits last month and grew by 119%! Thanks for spreading the word, be sure and share this with friends by clicking on the social media tags above.

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

February 18, 2011 – Learn the Spanish you’ll need for cooking at home.

February 25, 2011 – Eating. Talk about eating at home in Spanish.

March 4, 2011 – Favorite country you’d like to visit and why.

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Super Bowl Spanish

by Jake Beus February 3rd, 2011 More

Super Bowl Spanish


Spanish Lesson: Super Bowl Spanish

Practice your Super Bowl Spanish with us on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/visuallinkspanish

Here is a little vocabulary to get you started:

The Packers are going to win! ¡Los Packers van a ganar!
The Steelers are going to win! ¡Los Steelers van a ganar!
The Packers are going to lose! ¡Los Packers van a perder!
The Steelers are going to lose! ¡Los Steelers van a perder!
Could you pass the nachos please? ¿Podrías pasar los nachos, por favor?
Calm down! ¡Cálmate!
Be quiet! I can’t hear the commercials! ¡Cállense! ¡No puedo oír las noticias!
No more beer for you! ¡No más cerveza para ti!
Do you want to bet? ¿Quieres apostar?
Eat as much as you’d like. Comes cuanto quieres.
The Packers are better! ¡Los Packers son mejores!
The Steelers are better! ¡Los Steelers son mejores!

I am looking forward to the trash talk that may or may not be happening on our Facebook page for the Super Bowl. Please do make your comments in Spanish though, and I will try my best to correct any errors and congratulate you for being awesome learners. Learning Spanish can be a fun thing as you converse with others and do your best to have a good time while you do so. The more you can do to tie your emotions into your language learning activities, the more you will retain what you learn. Best of luck to all of you and to both teams playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday. I guess we’ll all see if my prediction of the Packers winning is correct. I have been wrong before.

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

February 11, 2011 – Come talk about those you love around Valentine’s Day!

February 18, 2011 – Learn the Spanish you’ll need for cooking at home.

February 25, 2011 – Eating. Talk about eating at home in Spanish.

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Winter Activities in Spanish

by Dave Clark January 27th, 2011 More

Winter Activities in Spanish – What do you like to do?


Spanish Lesson: Winter in Spanish

Come to Facebook Fiesta Friday this week and talk about what you like to do in the Winter.

Come join us at: http://www.facebook.com/visuallinkspanish

Here is a little vocabulary to get you started:

During the winter, I like to… Durante el invierno, me gusta…
…ice skate …patinar
…build snowmen … hacer hombres de nieve
..stay inside my house …quedarme en mi casa
…read a good book …leer un libro bueno
…sit by the fire …sentarme por el fuego
…play in the snow …jugar en la nieve
…ski …esquiar
…snowboard …surfear en nieve (snowboard)
I don’t like to… No me gusta…
…drive in the snow …manejar en la nieve
I live in Australia, it’s summer here. Vivo en Australia, es verano aquí.

There are plenty more free vocabulary, to help you with this topic, on our Spanish Time and Seasons page. As Jake always says, if have a positive attitude as you’re learning Spanish. You can have fun, especially as you talk about things you like to do in the winter. Remeber, on this website, there are tons of resources to help you learn a language.

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

February 4, 2011 – Suggest a topic in the comments or on Facebook!

February 11, 2011 – Come talk about those you love around Valentine’s Day!

February 18, 2011 – Let’s see how creative you can get with suggestions for this day.

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“I Never” in Spanish – Spanish “Present Perfect” or “Have” Tense

by Dave Clark January 13th, 2011 More

Come play “I never” on Facebook Fiesta Friday This Week! Learn how to say “I have” in Spanish.

Watch the video and learn how to say things you’ve never done in Spanish. (Basically, you can learn a whole verb tense in just a few minutes!!!) It is called the “present perfect” or “have” tense.

Please tell as many friends as you want on Facebook about our free site to help the world learn a language! Learn stuff you can share on Facebook Fiesta Friday. Come share your goals with us!

Check out all of our free Spanish words and learn a bunch of vocabulary and verbs! Be sure to tell all of your amigos about our free lessons on Learnalanguage.com.

Here is another great link that will help you learn more verbs for this week’s lesson: Spanish verbs

Here is a little vocabulary to get you started:

I have never Nunca he
For AR ending verbs ar –> ado
For ER/IR ending verbs er/ir –> ido
Example:Verb “to eat” (er ending) comer –> comido
Example:I have never eaten Nunca he comido
I have never eaten lamb Nunca he comido oveja
More examplesTo go (ir ending) ir –> ido
I have never gone… Nunca he ido…
I have never gone to the circus. Nunca he ido al circo.
An example of an “ar” verb.To speak Hablar
Change ending – take off “ar” Hablado
I have never spoken… Nunca he hablado.
I have never spoken with a millionaire. Nunca he hablado con un millonario.
“I have spoken with a millionaire” He hablado con un millonario.
Or “I haven’t spoken with a millionaire either” No he hablado con un millonario tampoco.
On our website http://www.learnalanguage.com/learn-spanish/spanish-verbs there are a ton of verbs and in-depth lessons on conjugation. Scroll down to Spanish Present Perfect Tense

Keep learning Spanish! It’s a great goal for 2011. In a few weeks I’ll be back to share information on winter activities in Spanish! Next week, Jake will help you practice Spanish greetings to practice getting to know others.

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

January 21, 2011 – Greetings (come get to know more people and make more Facebook friends!)

January 28, 2011 – Favorite Winter Activity

February 4, 2011 – We would love to hear feedback about what you would like as a topic.

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New Year’s Resolutions Part 2

by Jake Beus January 6th, 2011 More

New Year’s Resolutions Part 2 in Spanish

Spanish Lesson: Talk about Your Goals and New Year’s Resolutions in Spanish

This Spanish lesson will teach you how to talk about your goals in Spanish (especially those about language learning. You’ll learn phrases to share on Facebook Fiesta Friday. Come share your goals with us!

Check out all of our free Spanish lessons and learn a bunch of vocabulary and verbs! Be sure to tell your family and friends about Learnalanguage.com. Our goal (meta) is to provide more and more lessons and games throughout the year so you can master the language (or 8 of them!)

Here is a little vocabulary to get you started:

Do you remember your goals? ¿Recuerdas tus metas?
Where did you write down your goals? ¿Dónde escribiste tus metas?
How are you going to remember your goals? ¿Cómo vas a recordar tus metas?
What are your goals for this year? ¿Cuáles son tus metas para este año?
No, I can’t remember my goals. No, no puedo recordar mis metas.
Yes, I remember all of them. Sí, las recuerdo todas.
I wrote them in my phone. Las escribí en mi teléfono.
I wrote them on my wall. Las escribí en mi pared.
I wrote them on my bathroom mirror. Las escribí en el espejo en mi baño.
I will remember them by… Voy a recordarlas por…
reading them everyday leerlas todos los días
reviewing them every week repasarlas cada semana
My goals for this year are… Mis metas para este año son…
to speak Spanish with confidence and have a more positive attitude. hablar español con confianza y tener una actitud más positiva.

Keep learning Spanish! It’s a great New Year’s Resolution. In a few weeks I’ll be back to teach you a game in Spanish (see below)!

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

January 14, 2011 – “I never” – come play “I never” and learn to talk about things you’ve never done – in Spanish!

January 21, 2011 – Greetings (come get to know more people and make more Facebook friends!)

January 28, 2011  – Favorite Winter Activity

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New Year’s Resolutions

by Dave Clark December 30th, 2010 More

New Year’s Resolutions in Spanish

Spanish Lesson: Talk about Your Goals and New Year’s Resolutions in Spanish

This Spanish lesson will teach you how to talk about your goals in Spanish (especially those about language learning. You’ll learn phrases to share on Facebook Fiesta Friday. Come share your goals with us!

Check out all of our free Spanish lessons and learn a bunch of vocabulary and verbs! Be sure to tell your family and friends about Learnalanguage.com. Our goal (meta) is to provide more and more lessons and games throughout the year so you can master the language (or 8 of them!)

Here is a little vocabulary to get you started:

My goal for the year 2011 is… Mi meta para el año dos mil once es…
My goal for this year is… Mi meta para este año es…
My goal for next year is… Mi meta para el año que viene es…
…to get (become) rich …hacerme rico
…to lose weight …bajar de peso
…to become smarter …hacerme más inteligente
…to learn Spanish …aprender español
…to become more patient …hacerme más paciente
…to be on time (punctual) …ser puntual
…to learn French …aprender el francés
…to learn German …aprender el alemán
…to learn Japanese …aprender el japonés
…to learn Chinese …aprender el chino
…to learn Italian …aprender el italiano

Keep learning Spanish! It’s a great New Year’s Resolution. In a few weeks I’ll be back to teach you a game in Spanish (see below)!

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

January 7, 2011 – Follow-up on Goals (metas)

January 14, 2011 – “I never” – come play “I never” and learn to talk about things you’ve never done – in Spanish!

January 21, 2011  – Greetings (come get to know more people and make more Facebook friends!)

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