¿Sabías que cada persona tiene una forma diferente en la que se siente amada?

En el episodio de hoy vamos a hablar sobre los 5 diferentes lenguajes del amor.

Es importante descubrir la forma correcta de amar a otros así que por eso hicimos este episodio.

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Nosotros hemos estado leyendo un libro que nos enseña sobre la forma apropiada de amar a aquellos que hacen parte de nuestra vida.

Pero hay que tener cuidado y aprender a hablar en su lenguaje del amor.

Recuerda que puedes descargar la transcripción de este episodio para que escuches y leas al mismo tiempo.

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Nate Alger

I learned to speak Conversationally Fluent Spanish in 1 Year of Semi-Focused Study through language exchanges, online tutors, online teaching, and Podcasts like this one!

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  1. Thanks for the podcasts. My wife and I both listen to your podcast and we like Nate’s Spanish. I hardly ever notice Nate’s errors and if a person’s Spanish is so good that they notice Nate’s errors, why are they a student? As far as accent goes, there are may different Spanish accents even in the same county, and even in the same city and family. I personally noticed that the women in my wife’s family speak or pronounce Spanish better for me than the men. I’ve also noticed on the Radio in Orlando that I could understand the women from Puerto Rico better than the men. The book I had and maybe still have, and read back in 2000. It was a gift from my brother.

    1. Thanks so much Chuck and we appreciate the kind words and listening to the Podcasts. I’ve been doing it enough that I’ve learned to take the good with the bad. Very few things are worth doing if you don’t receive criticism from them. I agree though one of the great things about the Spanish language is all of the wonderful and diverse accents.

  2. Hola Nate y Andrea,

    Muchas gracias por el podcast. Ese podcast és muy bueno y ha me ayudado mucho. Creo que yo he mejorado mi nivel de español al escuchar cada episodio. Por favor sigan haciendo el buen trabajo que han echo hasta ahora!

    Una nota más: creo que la palabra para selfless és altruista.

    Un abrazo y hasta luego!

  3. Please don’t change the Native speaker & non-native speaker format. We learn from Andrea but we learn more from her interaction with Nate. I really identify with him. Now for those who are bothered by his accent; (a) He is an American who lives in America, (b) I am sure he can find his way around a Spanish speaking country without the need for a translator. He will make some mistakes but he will be well understood. (C) we all, especially English speakers, should understand that his errors are supposed to help us know where we are most likely to make mistakes.

    (D) he should serve as a shining example of the often-ignored counsel that you don’t have to wait to perfect your grammar and pronunciation before speaking. We should learn from him to communicate first and then correct ourselves as we go along.

    Thanks to both of you. You two rock.

    1. Muchisimas gracias David! Really appreciate the kind words and honestly all the great feedback from people like you keep us going each week. The criticism is only a small part of the feedback we get so we are more than happy to keep it going as I know it’s valuable for others. Have a great day and thanks for listening!

  4. ¡Gracias por el podcast! Mi novia me ha estado molestando a mi para leer este libro. Ustedes me han ahorrado mucho tiempo jaja! Feliz que he encontrado su programa y sus lecciones.

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