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Lesson 01: Hey! Que tal?

Hi! Welcome to the first episode of Hey Qué tal?, the series of free podcasts aimed to teach you spanish. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and here we're going to learn spanish from argentina, a very unique kind of spanish. Nevertheless, it's very similar to the original one, except some pronunciation, so even if you want to learn other type of spanish this podcasts will be helpfull for you too. Besides the language itself, we're going to learn some important aspects of the culture of Argentina, and particularly Buenos Aires, such as music, localisms, traditions, foods, and all sort of things useful for the traveller or the Argentina lover. So taking all this into consideration, lets begin with the first lesson. Today we're going to watch the basics: how to say hello. Everytime we meet someone we're in the need to say hello, and immediately ask "how are you?", so lets see how to say this in spanish. Hello, how are you? "Hola, cómo estas?" The first time we meet someone, this is quite we...

-1 s2013 MAY 22
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Lesson 01: Hey! Que tal?

Lesson 09: En mi cuarto. Parts of a house

Hola, y bienvenidos a una nueva lección de Hey Que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas. Mi nombre es Pablo Apiolazza y hoy estamos un poco vagos asi que nos vamos a quedar en casa. Hi, and welcome to a new lesson of Hey Que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and today we´re a little bit lazy so we´re going to stay home. On this episode we´re going to learn the parts of a house or an appartment. The term home is translated as hogar, but when we go home, in Argentina we always say vamos a casa, either we live on a house or a building. The first thing we do when we get home is to open the door. Door is puerta. We open the door is Abrimos la puerta. If we live on a building (edificio) then we have to take the stairs or the elevator. To go up the stairs is subir las escaleras. To go up with the elevator is subir con el ascensor. Once we get to our floor, in spanish piso, we walk thru a corridor, pasillo, to get to our appartment, departamento. Once inside, we migh...

-1 s2010 MAY 8
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Lesson 09: En mi cuarto. Parts of a house

Lesson 08: Colores! The basic colors

Hola, y bienvenidos a Hey Que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas. Mi nombre es Pablo Apiolazza y el episodio de hoy va a ser colorido ya que vamos a aprender los colores! Hi and welcome to Hey Que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and today's episode will be colorful since we're going to learn the colors! On the last episode we were getting our bearings straight. So since we're going to watch a lot of trafic lights we can learn it's colors: Red is ROJO Yellow is AMARILLO Green is VERDE The sky is blue. El cielo es AZUL The wood is brown La madera es MARRÓN The old movies are black and white. Las películas viejas son BLANCO y NEGRO. The oranges are orange. Las naranjas son NARANJA. I can't think of anything that's violet, except violets No puedo pensar en nada que sea VIOLETA, excepto las violetas. Ok, this is a rather short episode, but with very important things to learn, so I'd like to keep it short because of that. Regarding Argentina, since we have the fo...

4 MIN2010 APR 20
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Lesson 08: Colores! The basic colors

Lesson 07: Orientándose, getting our bearings straight

Hola y bienvenidos a un nuevo capitulo de Hey Que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas, mi nombre es Pablo Apiolazza y como veniamos hablando de viajar hoy vamos a hablar de orientación. Hi and welcome to a new chapter of Hey Que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and since we´ve been talking about travelling today we´re going to talk about bearings. When we get to a new place one of the first things we do is grab a map. Spanish for map is very easy: Mapa. The map has cardinal points, puntos cardinales. North is Norte South is Sur East is Este and West is Oeste When we navigate on a map, the places are either north, south, east or west of other places. For instance, in Buenos Aires, the airport is out of town, south west from the city. The way to say this is the following En Buenos Aires, el aeropuerto está en las afueras, al sudeste de la ciudad. In other words, the city is placed at north of the airport. La ciudad esta al norte del aeropuerto. If we are on t...

-1 s2010 APR 10
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Lesson 07: Orientándose, getting our bearings straight

Lesson 06: Adonde vamos? Places

Hola! Bienvenidos al sexto episodio de Hey Que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas. Dado que es semana santa, y en Argentina muchos aprovechan para Tr tomar unas pequeñas vacaciones, hoy vamos a aprender como planear un viaje. Hi! And welcome to the sixth episode of Hey Que tal? Free Spanish Lessons. Since this is Holy Week, and in Argentina many use this chance to take some little holidays, today we're going to learn how to plan a trip. On the last episode we learnt how to make plans to go out. Now let's push it further. Let's say we want to make a trip on Holy Week, so we would like to see where can we go. The way to ask this is the following: Adonde vamos en Semana Santa? Where do we go on holy week? There could be many answers to this question. Let's see some possible answers Vamos a la playa - Let's go to the beach. Vamos a la montaña - Let's go to the mountain. Vamos al río - Let's go to the river. Vamos a las cataratas - Let's go to the falls. As you can see, we always sa...

-1 s2010 APR 3
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Lesson 06: Adonde vamos? Places

Lesson 05: Qué hacemos hoy? Days and months.

Hola, y bienvenidos a Hey Que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas. Mi nombre es Pablo Apiolazza y dado que el podcast cumple un mes, hoy vamos a aprender los días y los meses. Hi, and welcome to Hey Que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and since the podcast has been online for a month already, today we're going to learn the days and the months. Before starting, I want to thank the many people that have been listening for the podcast in the last month. During this few emissions we've had visitors from more than 40 different countries, some of them really far away from Argentina, like Russia, Thailand or the Phillipines, which is awesome. Thank you very much to all the people who's been listening, and once again, I encourage you to leave comments or suggestions, this space is for you, so don't be shy, enjoy it and make use of it. Ok, on the last lesson we've been into a bar, but since we don't want to go alone there, we need to be able to make plans with people....

-1 s2010 MAR 25
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Lesson 05: Qué hacemos hoy? Days and months.

Lesson 04: San Patricio - drinks, and numbers

Hi! And welcome to the fourth lesson of Hey que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and today we´ll push the edge a little bit. Hola y bienvenidos a la cuarta lección de Hey que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas. Mi nombre es Pablo Apiolazza y hoy vamos a ir un poco más al límite. Since Saint Patrick´s Day is this wednesday we´ll take this chance to learn in this lesson how to order a drink, and pay for it. So we´ll learn the numbers as well. Dado que el día de San Patricio es este miércoles vamos a aprovechar esta oportunidad para aprender en esta lección cómo pedir un trago, y pagar por él. Así que también vamos a aprender los números. The first thing you want to ask when you get to a bar is a table, if the place is crowded. So to ask for a table we say de following: Una mesa para dos, por favor? or Tendrás una mesa para dos, por favor? Which means Would you have a table for two, please? If the place is not crowded, we just sit and wait. In ter...

-1 s2010 MAR 16
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Lesson 04: San Patricio - drinks, and numbers

Lesson 03: Tú vs Vos - the big difference.

Hi, welcome to the third episode of Hey que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and today we´re going to overview one of the main differences between the regular spanish and the argentinian spanish. In order to do this, we´ll have to make a quick stop on grammar, but don´t panic, we´ll try to stay out of it for now. As you know, when we conjugate a verb we use person to determine who or what are we speaking to or about, in other words, to determine the subject of a sentence. There are three persons for the singular form and three for the plural. In the original form of spanish, the persons are the following: I is YO You is TÚ He is EL We is NOSOTROS You is VOSOTROS They is ELLOS It is ESO, and she is ELLA, but aside from that, let´s concentrate on the second person in both plural and singular ways. An easy way to remember tú, is to think about the ancient english "thou". And that is because amazingly it´s a shared root. But in latin america, since the langu...

-1 s2010 MAR 12
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Lesson 03: Tú vs Vos - the big difference.

El secreto de sus ojos - special podcast.

Hi! Welcome to Hey que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and today we´re having a special podcast because I want to celebrate something. In case you don´t know, I´m a filmmaker, I worked in awarded films as La León, and Matar a Todos, and as you may know last sunday was the Academy Awards ceremony, and an argentinian movie won the best foreign language film, which of course fills me with pride. The movie is called "El secreto de sus ojos", which literally means "the secret of his/her eyes". It is starred by Ricardo Darín, Soledad Villamil, Guillermo Francella and Pablo Rago, and it is directed by Juan Jose Campanella, a great filmmaker. During my career I had the pleasure to meet personally Ricardo Darin to discuss about a project, and he´s a charming, simple, humble and most of all, incredibly talented actor, so I´m very happy that his movie got the biggest possible award. For all you spanish students it´s also a great exercise to watch the film to pract...

-1 s2010 MAR 9
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El secreto de sus ojos - special podcast.

Lesson 02: Chatting some more (Conversando un poco más)

Hi, welcome to the second episode of Hey que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and first of all I´d like to thank all the good reviews I´ve got from the first episode. This is new for me too so all comments and critics are welcome. Today we´re going to go deeper into our first conversation, and go further into the local ways of speaking. On the last episode we learnt how to say hi, how are you, and what responses we could get from that question. Today we´re going to learn the main questions that we need to know to meet someone. So let´s begin. The first thing we want to know is the name. So to ask "what´s your name?" we´re going to say the following: Como te llamás? This is a good moment to clearify something important. Since we are learning argentinian spanish, the way told before is the informal way to ask. I don´t want to get too complicated with grammar in this episode, but you have to know that argentinians use a very unique way of second-person fam...

-1 s2010 MAR 3
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Lesson 02: Chatting some more (Conversando un poco más)
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Latest Episodes

Lesson 01: Hey! Que tal?

Hi! Welcome to the first episode of Hey Qué tal?, the series of free podcasts aimed to teach you spanish. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and here we're going to learn spanish from argentina, a very unique kind of spanish. Nevertheless, it's very similar to the original one, except some pronunciation, so even if you want to learn other type of spanish this podcasts will be helpfull for you too. Besides the language itself, we're going to learn some important aspects of the culture of Argentina, and particularly Buenos Aires, such as music, localisms, traditions, foods, and all sort of things useful for the traveller or the Argentina lover. So taking all this into consideration, lets begin with the first lesson. Today we're going to watch the basics: how to say hello. Everytime we meet someone we're in the need to say hello, and immediately ask "how are you?", so lets see how to say this in spanish. Hello, how are you? "Hola, cómo estas?" The first time we meet someone, this is quite we...

-1 s2013 MAY 22
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Lesson 01: Hey! Que tal?

Lesson 09: En mi cuarto. Parts of a house

Hola, y bienvenidos a una nueva lección de Hey Que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas. Mi nombre es Pablo Apiolazza y hoy estamos un poco vagos asi que nos vamos a quedar en casa. Hi, and welcome to a new lesson of Hey Que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and today we´re a little bit lazy so we´re going to stay home. On this episode we´re going to learn the parts of a house or an appartment. The term home is translated as hogar, but when we go home, in Argentina we always say vamos a casa, either we live on a house or a building. The first thing we do when we get home is to open the door. Door is puerta. We open the door is Abrimos la puerta. If we live on a building (edificio) then we have to take the stairs or the elevator. To go up the stairs is subir las escaleras. To go up with the elevator is subir con el ascensor. Once we get to our floor, in spanish piso, we walk thru a corridor, pasillo, to get to our appartment, departamento. Once inside, we migh...

-1 s2010 MAY 8
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Lesson 09: En mi cuarto. Parts of a house

Lesson 08: Colores! The basic colors

Hola, y bienvenidos a Hey Que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas. Mi nombre es Pablo Apiolazza y el episodio de hoy va a ser colorido ya que vamos a aprender los colores! Hi and welcome to Hey Que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and today's episode will be colorful since we're going to learn the colors! On the last episode we were getting our bearings straight. So since we're going to watch a lot of trafic lights we can learn it's colors: Red is ROJO Yellow is AMARILLO Green is VERDE The sky is blue. El cielo es AZUL The wood is brown La madera es MARRÓN The old movies are black and white. Las películas viejas son BLANCO y NEGRO. The oranges are orange. Las naranjas son NARANJA. I can't think of anything that's violet, except violets No puedo pensar en nada que sea VIOLETA, excepto las violetas. Ok, this is a rather short episode, but with very important things to learn, so I'd like to keep it short because of that. Regarding Argentina, since we have the fo...

4 MIN2010 APR 20
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Lesson 08: Colores! The basic colors

Lesson 07: Orientándose, getting our bearings straight

Hola y bienvenidos a un nuevo capitulo de Hey Que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas, mi nombre es Pablo Apiolazza y como veniamos hablando de viajar hoy vamos a hablar de orientación. Hi and welcome to a new chapter of Hey Que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and since we´ve been talking about travelling today we´re going to talk about bearings. When we get to a new place one of the first things we do is grab a map. Spanish for map is very easy: Mapa. The map has cardinal points, puntos cardinales. North is Norte South is Sur East is Este and West is Oeste When we navigate on a map, the places are either north, south, east or west of other places. For instance, in Buenos Aires, the airport is out of town, south west from the city. The way to say this is the following En Buenos Aires, el aeropuerto está en las afueras, al sudeste de la ciudad. In other words, the city is placed at north of the airport. La ciudad esta al norte del aeropuerto. If we are on t...

-1 s2010 APR 10
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Lesson 07: Orientándose, getting our bearings straight

Lesson 06: Adonde vamos? Places

Hola! Bienvenidos al sexto episodio de Hey Que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas. Dado que es semana santa, y en Argentina muchos aprovechan para Tr tomar unas pequeñas vacaciones, hoy vamos a aprender como planear un viaje. Hi! And welcome to the sixth episode of Hey Que tal? Free Spanish Lessons. Since this is Holy Week, and in Argentina many use this chance to take some little holidays, today we're going to learn how to plan a trip. On the last episode we learnt how to make plans to go out. Now let's push it further. Let's say we want to make a trip on Holy Week, so we would like to see where can we go. The way to ask this is the following: Adonde vamos en Semana Santa? Where do we go on holy week? There could be many answers to this question. Let's see some possible answers Vamos a la playa - Let's go to the beach. Vamos a la montaña - Let's go to the mountain. Vamos al río - Let's go to the river. Vamos a las cataratas - Let's go to the falls. As you can see, we always sa...

-1 s2010 APR 3
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Lesson 06: Adonde vamos? Places

Lesson 05: Qué hacemos hoy? Days and months.

Hola, y bienvenidos a Hey Que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas. Mi nombre es Pablo Apiolazza y dado que el podcast cumple un mes, hoy vamos a aprender los días y los meses. Hi, and welcome to Hey Que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and since the podcast has been online for a month already, today we're going to learn the days and the months. Before starting, I want to thank the many people that have been listening for the podcast in the last month. During this few emissions we've had visitors from more than 40 different countries, some of them really far away from Argentina, like Russia, Thailand or the Phillipines, which is awesome. Thank you very much to all the people who's been listening, and once again, I encourage you to leave comments or suggestions, this space is for you, so don't be shy, enjoy it and make use of it. Ok, on the last lesson we've been into a bar, but since we don't want to go alone there, we need to be able to make plans with people....

-1 s2010 MAR 25
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Lesson 05: Qué hacemos hoy? Days and months.

Lesson 04: San Patricio - drinks, and numbers

Hi! And welcome to the fourth lesson of Hey que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and today we´ll push the edge a little bit. Hola y bienvenidos a la cuarta lección de Hey que tal? Lecciones de español gratuitas. Mi nombre es Pablo Apiolazza y hoy vamos a ir un poco más al límite. Since Saint Patrick´s Day is this wednesday we´ll take this chance to learn in this lesson how to order a drink, and pay for it. So we´ll learn the numbers as well. Dado que el día de San Patricio es este miércoles vamos a aprovechar esta oportunidad para aprender en esta lección cómo pedir un trago, y pagar por él. Así que también vamos a aprender los números. The first thing you want to ask when you get to a bar is a table, if the place is crowded. So to ask for a table we say de following: Una mesa para dos, por favor? or Tendrás una mesa para dos, por favor? Which means Would you have a table for two, please? If the place is not crowded, we just sit and wait. In ter...

-1 s2010 MAR 16
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Lesson 04: San Patricio - drinks, and numbers

Lesson 03: Tú vs Vos - the big difference.

Hi, welcome to the third episode of Hey que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and today we´re going to overview one of the main differences between the regular spanish and the argentinian spanish. In order to do this, we´ll have to make a quick stop on grammar, but don´t panic, we´ll try to stay out of it for now. As you know, when we conjugate a verb we use person to determine who or what are we speaking to or about, in other words, to determine the subject of a sentence. There are three persons for the singular form and three for the plural. In the original form of spanish, the persons are the following: I is YO You is TÚ He is EL We is NOSOTROS You is VOSOTROS They is ELLOS It is ESO, and she is ELLA, but aside from that, let´s concentrate on the second person in both plural and singular ways. An easy way to remember tú, is to think about the ancient english "thou". And that is because amazingly it´s a shared root. But in latin america, since the langu...

-1 s2010 MAR 12
Comments
Lesson 03: Tú vs Vos - the big difference.

El secreto de sus ojos - special podcast.

Hi! Welcome to Hey que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and today we´re having a special podcast because I want to celebrate something. In case you don´t know, I´m a filmmaker, I worked in awarded films as La León, and Matar a Todos, and as you may know last sunday was the Academy Awards ceremony, and an argentinian movie won the best foreign language film, which of course fills me with pride. The movie is called "El secreto de sus ojos", which literally means "the secret of his/her eyes". It is starred by Ricardo Darín, Soledad Villamil, Guillermo Francella and Pablo Rago, and it is directed by Juan Jose Campanella, a great filmmaker. During my career I had the pleasure to meet personally Ricardo Darin to discuss about a project, and he´s a charming, simple, humble and most of all, incredibly talented actor, so I´m very happy that his movie got the biggest possible award. For all you spanish students it´s also a great exercise to watch the film to pract...

-1 s2010 MAR 9
Comments
El secreto de sus ojos - special podcast.

Lesson 02: Chatting some more (Conversando un poco más)

Hi, welcome to the second episode of Hey que tal? Free spanish lessons. My name is Pablo Apiolazza and first of all I´d like to thank all the good reviews I´ve got from the first episode. This is new for me too so all comments and critics are welcome. Today we´re going to go deeper into our first conversation, and go further into the local ways of speaking. On the last episode we learnt how to say hi, how are you, and what responses we could get from that question. Today we´re going to learn the main questions that we need to know to meet someone. So let´s begin. The first thing we want to know is the name. So to ask "what´s your name?" we´re going to say the following: Como te llamás? This is a good moment to clearify something important. Since we are learning argentinian spanish, the way told before is the informal way to ask. I don´t want to get too complicated with grammar in this episode, but you have to know that argentinians use a very unique way of second-person fam...

-1 s2010 MAR 3
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Lesson 02: Chatting some more (Conversando un poco más)
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