1. First of all, I would like to say a few Spanish phrases, and I would like to tell you if they are used to accept, contradict or express a partial agreement: 4. We will now practice some familiar differences in Spanish. Do you know what these Spanish expressions mean? “Vienes a la playa conmigo?” Vamos al cine? Quieres ir a clases de baile? “Cenamos in a chino restaurant? Quieres viajar a Francia? To go back and watch the original video, please follow this link: Es obvio `Claro que s`! Eso no tiene sentido Por supuesto No lo veo muy claro No estoy de acuerdo al cien por cien Yo en eso discrepo Evidentemente Puede ser, pero… Soy de la misma opinion 3. Now let`s practice some familiar ways to say no in Spanish. I will propose a few things, and you have to answer in Spanish with a familiar sentence that says no: “Are you wrong of the cabeza! Deja decir chorradas! “No me vengas con historias!” Te esests Loco/a! Pero, stripped down? I hope you enjoy my weekly interactive Spanish course. Follow this link for many other great resources to help you learn and practice Spanish. 4. You`re crazy! Stop talking to the garbage! Don`t give me that garbage! You`re crazy! But what do you say? 2.
Then, can you translate the following words and phrases from English to Spanish? 3. “Jams de los jamases!” Nunca vida! “Anda ya!” Nor coa/broma! “Neither lo suees! Agreement and contradiction is something we do all the time when we talk to people, so these phrases, phrases and phrases will help you a lot in the daily conversations with the Spanish. You`ll find plenty of opportunities to use them, so don`t be afraid and chat and chat and chat in Spanish! Hoy vamos a practicar cemo expresar acuerdo o desacuerdo en espaéol. Today, we will practice different ways of accepting or contradicting in Spanish. The answers to all the tasks involved in this lesson are given at the end of the article and you can also follow a link with this article to see the original theoretical video lesson on the same topic. 2. Estoy de acuerdo No estoy de acuerdo No lo veo muy claro En efecto No estoy de acuerdo al cien por cien 5. “Y eso, de d`nde lo has sacado?” Esto no tiene ni pies ni cabeza! “No digas tonteraas!” Let you die eso! “No sabes lo that the dice! I agree, I don`t agree I`m not very sure Indeed, I don`t quite agree Well said! . Where did you hear that? It doesn`t make sense! Don`t talk about garbage and trash! You can`t believe that either! You don`t know what you`re talking about!.