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¡Wena, gringo! This is a short message to let you know we're working hard on the new course Chilean Spanish for Gringos which will be available in October. ¡La weá pulenta, po! 😎You can still join our waiting list for the course in the following link 👇https://forms.gle/Dde7qW7Th8urzVTr9In the meantime, enjoy the previous episodes. If you want to study with the transcript, you can find all of them on Patreon 👇https://www.patreon.com/chileanspanish4gringosIf you like our show, don’t forget to leave five stars in your favorite listening app⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Are Chileans good at speaking English? Are “weones” up to the task of having a basic conversation in a different language? In this episode we discuss the level of English you can expect if you visit Chile. You will also find specific examples of “weones” speaking English and our reaction to people speaking your language on the streets and even singing 🎙️⬇️ Join our waiting list for the course about Chilean Spanish https://forms.gle/Dde7qW7Th8urzVTr9Support us on Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/chileanspanish4gringosif you like our show, don’t forget to leave five stars in your favorite listening app⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
¡Hola, weón! In this episode you will learn some of the meanings of the word “weón” in Chilean Spanish. ¡La weá bacán! “Weón” has many uses that it is sometimes confusing for people from other countries, even native Spanish speakers. That’s why your we will help you better understand what Chileans mean when they use “weón”. And if you want to listen to the full conversation, it’s available for our supporters on Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/chileanspanish4gringosJoin our waiting list for the course “Chilean Spanish for Gringos”. You will also get a “cariñito” when the course is released 😉https://forms.gle/Dde7qW7Th8urzVTr9
Both Chile and the United States have an independence day. Are the celebrations similar? In this episode Natalia and Marco compare the two celebrations. Which one has more “chichita”? Let’s find out in this new episode. Join our waiting list for the course “Chilean Spanish for Gringos”. You will also get a “cariñito” when the course is released 😉https://forms.gle/Dde7qW7Th8urzVTr9To get updates about new episodes, follow us on Instagram ⬇️https://www.instagram.com/espanolcasiperfecto/
In this episode Natalia talks about what makes Chilean Spanish special and why some people consider it to be "difficult"... But is it really?This episode originally aired on the podcast "Español casi Perfecto", a podcast to learn Spanish for women who want to communicate and feel integrated with their Chilean families.Join the waiting list for our course: "Chilean Spanish for Gringos": https://docs.google.com/forms/u/1/d/e/1FAIpQLSfweTybkyiEtGebjkTZ2V5FZxW8DpLdmDS_bCL2HfEO1Cf2Ww/viewform?usp=send_form
In this episode Natalia and Marco talk about Chilean food 🥗. You will learn about eating habits of Chileans, some common ingredients in their food, and the meaning of “once”. Why do they use the number 11 to talk about dinner? 🤔This episode originally aired on “Aprende Español con Latin ELE”, a podcast which shows different aspects of Latin American culture.📝 Get the transcript and support Chilean Spanish for Gringos on Patreon 👇https://www.patreon.com/chileanspanish4gringosJoin our waiting list for the course “Chilean Spanish for Gringos”. You will also get a “cariñito” when the course is released 😉https://forms.gle/Dde7qW7Th8urzVTr9
In this episode Natalia and Marco talk about some common Spanish words that have a sexual connotation in Chile 🥵. ⚠️ Be careful! Because these words that you might have learnt from your Spanish books have an unwanted effect in “Chilito”. 📝 Get the transcript of the episodes and support this podcast on Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/chileanspanish4gringos 📚 Join the waiting list for the upcoming course about Chilean Spanishhttps://forms.gle/Dde7qW7Th8urzVTr9
In this episode Natalia and Marco talk about three places they love😍 (and one they hate 😡) from Chile. A perfect episode to get to know some interesting spots in “Chilito”. Which one will you visit some day? Did any of the places mentioned surprised you? 🤔 We’d love to hear from you. For updates about our upcoming Chilean Spanish course, you can fill out the following form 👇https://forms.gle/Dde7qW7Th8urzVTr9
Introducing “Chilean Spanish for Gringos”, a podcast that will help you better understand your “amigos chilenos”. 🇨🇱 If you’re planning to come to Chile and have heard Chileans speak the hardest Spanish you’ll ever hear, this program will allow you to feel at ease when communicating with “los weones”. “Chilean Spanish for Gringos” is hosted by Natalia and Marco, Spanish coaches from Chile. For updates about our upcoming Chilean Spanish course, you can fill out the following form 👇https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1b-drbrf7gSF8TYiTuAJAkwcAray-3VKAAT4hfQKatsg/edit
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2022-06-1300:54

🎊 We’re excited to share this podcast with you! In this episode we explain what Chilean Spanish for Gringos is all about. Maybe you’re wondering “Why Chilean Spanish?” As the rumor goes it’s the hardest to understand. But is that the case? In our course "Chilean Spanish for gringos", you will learn how to communicate with "los weones" in a fluent, fun and easy way while you immerse yourself in our culture, just as if you were here 😏.... So that when you come to "Chilito", no one will "hacerte weón".Fill out the form to join the waiting list for the course 👇https://forms.gle/3LsUgKKcg7756QZP9Or follow us on Instagram to receive updates. https://www.instagram.com/espanolcasiperfecto/
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