EPISODE 11:

While visiting the ancient Mayan pyramids in Chiapas, Mexico, the Baxter family asks a local teenager to take their picture and Dani ends up making a new friend. Afterward, we’ll explore a lot of interesting language contained in the dialogue, such as the many ways the verb “picar” is used in Latin America.

In the round table discussion afterward, we examine some of the interesting topics from the dialogue. The bonus audio includes an additional review of the episode’s colloquial expressions and phrases and Paulina gives us more examples of how to use them in real life situations.


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Asking someone to take a photo for you in a Spanish speaking country can be a fun way to use your Spanish and meet someone new at the same time. Join the Baxters as they meet Licha, a teenager from Mexico who takes their photo and strikes up a quick friendship with Dani.

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Listen to the full round table discussion in which Paulina, Michael and Julie take an in-depth look at some of the more challenging expressions from the dialogue and examine a wide range of common Latin American Spanish terms and vocabulary.

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[icon_list] [icon_list_item type=”book”]22 Transcripts of the full Spanish translations from the dialogues in each episode.[/icon_list_item] [icon_list_item type=”file-text-o”]22 PDF study guides (250+ pages in all) full of tips, explanations and examples of how to use each episode’s more challenging vocabulary in real-life conversations[/icon_list_item] [icon_list_item type=”music”]22 Bonus Audio MP3s of the extended round table discussions[/icon_list_item] [/icon_list]

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