Raquel and Marisa give us tips on how to make a reservation at a restaurant in Spanish.
What are the necessary elements for making a good coffee? According to Ana Maria Peters Verdugo, a barista and manager at Baja Beans Café, they are good coffee, a good machine and a good person.
Carolina, a Venezuelan Spanish teacher, teaches us the difference between the Spanish verbs, "mirar" (to look at/watch), "ver" (to see) and "buscar" (to look for) and gives us examples of sentences in which they might be found.
Marisa gives us a tour of Madrid, Spain's most historic and touristic monuments.
Welcome to Colombia's Gorgona Island, where more than fifteen species of snakes reside. Luckily, only four of them are poisonous.
Natalia from Ecuador introduces us to the largely indigenous and extremely fascinating city of Otavalo, considered to be the "intercultural capital" of Ecuador.
Toda la vida ("All My Life") is the soundtrack which opens the Colombian version of the American hit series "The Wonder Years." The song is a cover of a hit Italian song,Tutta La Vita, written by celebrated composer Lucio Dalla. Sung by Mexican singer Emmanuel, this version was number one on the Latin charts for three weeks in 1984, replacing a different version of the very same song sung by Cuban singer Franco.
Referring to the third part of the first episode of the Colombian version of "The Wonder Years," Carlos edifies us regarding Colombia's dietary traditions as well as some historical conflicts.
Jorge Celedon is a Colombian singer specializing in the Colombian folk genre, vallenato. In "Me gustas mucho" [I Like You a Lot], he sings about his affection for a girl with beautiful eyes.
Did you ever wonder where olive oil comes from and how it is made? Rosa will show us the whole process and tell us about the different kinds of olive oil in Spain.
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