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Embarrassing Moments While Learning Spanish

by Jake Beus December 10th, 2010 More

Embarrassing Moments in Spanish Video Lesson

Spanish Lesson: Embarrassing Moments

This Spanish lesson is about embarrassing moments and common mistakes, which will prepare you for Facebook Fiesta Friday. Share embarrassing moments you have had while learning Spanish on our Facebook page.

Also, be sure to visit our Spanish words and Spanish phrases pages to help prepare you to share on Facebook. Those pages will teach you more vocabulary.

Here is a little vocabulary to get you started:

Hello sir or mister. Hola señor.
Hello Madam. Hola señora.
I am pregnant. Estoy embarazado.
I am embarrassed. Estoy avergonzado.
he él
she ella
grandpa abuelo
grandma abuela
uncle tío
aunt tía
Dad papá
Mom mamá
girlfriend novia

As you are learning Spanish, you will surely make mistakes. You might as well share and laugh about them, and don’t forget to keep practicing Spanish.

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

December 17, 2010 – Merry Christmas – Share your holiday traditions with us, in Spanish of course.

December 24, 2010 – Merry Christmas Eve- Spanish-English version of “The Night Before Christmas”. Share how you’re celebrating.

December 31, 2010 – New Year’s Resolutions – What are your goals for 2011? Please share those with us in Spanish.

Learn Spanish Lesson - Facebook Fiesta Friday

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