What country Do You Want to Visit?
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!
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March 25, 2011 – Computer Parts in Spanish and PC vs. Mac. Tell us what’s better!
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