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Wednesday Vine – no me digas.

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beginner / commands / decir / expressions / greetings / past imperfect / puns / questions / quien / ser/estar

Today’s Vine is by Slobotzky, from Mexico City. Slobotzky was also featured in this earlier post for his corny pickup line. Today, he makes a pun on a ubiquitous expression: no me digas.  Literally, “don’t tell me.”  It’s used to express amazement.  :O  Think of it as, “I can’t believe it!” no me digas = “don’t tell me” / no way! / I can’t believe it! / you’re kidding! The Vine Transcript Guy on phone: […]

Wednesday Vine – ¿Tú me estás escuchando?

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decir / objects / past preterite / present progressive / Puerto Rico

Today’s Vine is by Daniel El Travieso, who is turning into one of my favorite Viners.  He’s from Puerto Rico and has also been featured in two earlier posts.  If you’re ever looking for extra practice/entertainment, I recommend visiting his Vine channel and watching all of his videos. Fun fact about his username: Daniel El Travieso is the Spanish name for Dennis the Menace. travieso = naughty el travieso = the naughty one The Vine Transcript Guy: ¿Tú […]

A Sample (Una Muestra)

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decir / Mexico / objects / present perfect / questions

Hola amigos, Make sure to read the About page first. Here is a sample lesson for you to read, watch, learn, enjoy. Today’s Vine is made by Nath Campos from Mexico City.  You can visit her Vine and Twitter profiles. To pause or resume a Vine, click anywhere on the video. To enable audio, click on the icon on on the bottom right corner of the video. The Vine Transcript Nath Campos: Larita, ¿qué te he dicho de chatear en la mesa? […]