SPANISH STORIES FOR BEGINNERS EP9
Alicia quiere dormir
Welcome To Episode #9 Of Our Spanish Stories For Beginners
You will learn Spanish with this video!
In this episode you will be exposed to a typical conversation between a teenager and her mom, discussing about doing house chores on a Sunday. The main character of the story is 17 years old Alicia, who does not want to help around the house. It’s a problem for her mum, who gets frustrated and loses her temper. Watch the video until the end so you know how Alicia solves the problem in her own style 😁. Also, watch out for Alicia’s expression ‘Estoy cansada’ towards the end of the story.
This video will help you learn Spanish by exposing you to real life expressions used by native speakers in context.
With this story you will acquire the following vocabulary:
– Quiero dormir: I want to sleep
– No quiero limpiar: I don’t want to clean
– La aspiradora: the vacuum cleaner
– and a lot more real-life Spanish vocabulary
Watch this video to acquire Spanish and have some fun!
By watching and enjoying Spanish storytelling you are well on your way to discovering the beautiful Spanish language. Each of our Spanish stories has been crafted to help you acquire the Spanish language used in real life situations.
Learn more Spanish with short stories that have been carefully crafted using real life language to help you improve language proficiency in a natural way! You can also watch this and other episodes at our YouTube channel
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How to use this video
Find a stress-free environment to watch the story
Sit back, grab a coffee, relax and concentrate on the essence of the story, NOT the language itself
Watch more stories, you will understand more and more Spanish every day…