How to Speak Spanish : Common Spanish Phrases for Shopping

Learn how to speak Spanish with common phrases covering shopping in this free language video on learning how to speak Spanish.

Expert: Mixitxu Etxeberria
Bio: Mixitxu Etxeberria speaks fluent Spanish, holds a BA in Linguistics from Reed College, lived in Spain for one year, taught Spanish for six months.
Filmmaker: EV studios

Duration : 0:5:57

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25 Responses to How to Speak Spanish : Common Spanish Phrases for Shopping

  1. ourlove4u says:

    Gracias …
    Gracias sra.michelle :) 

  2. alejandrocaro35 says:

    “yo lo tomaré” and …
    “yo lo tomaré” and “me lo llevo” are both correct, but “me lo llevo” is more likely to tell a native and even if Latin American.
    “dáme” no accents

  3. alejandrocaro35 says:

    es un español raro …
    es un español raro si, pero está bien


    het engels gaat te …
    het engels gaat te snel en is niet altijd duidelijk.

  5. MrSamwinston says:

    muy buveno
    muy buveno

  6. SatanJaguer says:

    This lessons …
    This lessons doesn’t help to learn spanish, she only translates phrases, nothing more. Yo podria enseñar inglés asi tambien XD!

  7. dimgwalltameiben says:

    quanto cuesta …
    quanto cuesta becomes quanto costa in Barca, believe me I used to live there!

  8. gambitodeevans says:

    el único que no …
    el único que no sabe español acá sos vos, mirá como escribís… No se te entiende nada hermano.

  9. dAsZ92 says:

    que español más …
    que español más raro D:

  10. ART1025MXL says:

    cheques personales
    cheques personales

  11. Bennyclay661 says:

    the best and …
    the best and fastest way to learn in with the visual link spanish program and its free just go to my video review for the link

    to confirm i’m not lying that it is the best go to it and you’ll see what i mean.

  12. lindseylovesemo says:

    yo estoy aqui….. …
    yo estoy aqui…

  13. jorgeflp1 says:

    ¿Toma usted cocaina …
    ¿Toma usted cocaina? xDD

  14. vacaelastica says:

    ¿Toma usted cheques …
    ¿Toma usted cheques de viajero?
    -No, nada más coca cola

  15. suggarzinha says:

    I don’t like her …
    I don’t like her classes.

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  17. reidpr12 says:

    Ella tiene un …
    Ella tiene un montón de errores pero ella aprenderá algún día.

  18. 101lovexoxo says:

    esta chica ensena …
    esta chica ensena muy bien. me encanta ella pero a veces, no entiendo las palabras pero esta bien. creo jaja.
    when do you use traveler’s checks in hispanic-speaking countries? I’m only familar with personal checks or “cheques de personal” tu sabes?

  19. coltzin12 says:

    It is a “traje de …
    It is a “traje de baño”.

  20. coltzin12 says:

    This girl is doing …
    This girl is doing an exellent job. You might call this pocho spanish but it is very useful.

    Beginners must start with something that makes sense to them, in that sense she is doing an exellent job.

    You can fine tune your spanish once you are at an intermediate level. If you are a beginner,she is doing an exellent job.

    My sister who was born in the US would say “agarras tarjeta de credito?” which is far worse and she says she speaks spanish.

  21. karem008 says:

    thank you so much
    thank you so much

  22. ilclugo says:

    The verb to take …
    The verb to take isn’t adapted in this phrase is better to say “acepta tarjeta de crédito?” Do you accept credit card?, because the verb to take hasn’t the same meaning in spain.

  23. saracth says:

    yo soy española y …
    yo soy española y tengo que decir que la palabra “take” en inglés, no tiene ese significado en español, en español puede tener muchos significados y no son los del video

  24. IQQIQQI says:

    i am so glad i …
    i am so glad i read all the comments before getting into this … gracias !

  25. Jaguer91 says:

    I think that this …
    I think that this classes are very basics and doesn’t help much. Yo tambien podría traducir palabras, pero creo que no sirve de mucho, bye…

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