How to Speak Spanish : Knowing Common Sightseeing Spanish Phrases

Learn how to speak Spanish with common phrases for sightseeing 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 : 0:7:45


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25 Responses to How to Speak Spanish : Knowing Common Sightseeing Spanish Phrases

  1. passion4latinas says:

    All you need to …
    All you need to know in Spanish! ¿Chica cuánto? Baby how much? ¿Hacen usted tienen gusto de él en su culo? Do you like it in your butt! Hora para que usted vaya a casa, mi novia estará aquí pronto! Time to get the out my baby girl will be here soon. Puta otra cerveza por favor! Biatch get be another beer please!

  2. flamingbsk says:

    gosh spainish is so …
    gosh spainish is so hard my dad is lucky but he learned it wierd, every day he learned one word a day and used the word like 50 times even in sentences that wouldn’t make sense with it

  3. SantiMonto9 says:

    Necesito un guía …
    Necesito un guía que hablEEEEE inglés

  4. mauronaranjo says:

    Aunque nunca …
    Aunque nunca decimos. “me interesa la historia” sino, “me gusta la historia, ó, me gusta el arte”… ¡Para tenerlo en cuenta! Aunque sí se puede decir: “Me interesa esa chica, ó me gusta esa chica”

  5. mauronaranjo says:

    She is bilingual. …
    She is bilingual. She speaks spansh and english, both, as if she were native speaker in both languages.

  6. eirbiz says:

    Yo tambien!
    Yo tambien!

  7. ka7hy says:

    PLEASE!!!!!!! IF …
    PLEASE!!!!!!! IF YOU HAVE NO CLUE HOW SPANISH IS, DON’T TRY TO TEACH SO!!!!!!! Some of those sentences are INCORRECT!

  8. SwitchVictor says:

    really??
    really??

  9. Bronia2009 says:

    well get over it
    well get over it

  10. shawnee1823 says:

    In America we speak …
    In America we speak English . just not the King’s english. I guess we’re a few generations removed?

  11. ThePeaceouter says:

    donde esta el …
    donde esta el musello xd

  12. jamesmarsdenisababe says:

    okay but I’m from …
    okay but I’m from Canada and the phrase “where may I rent transportation” is never used, sounds pretty stupid

  13. Paintheshed says:

    In the UK, we …
    In the UK, we wouldn’t say ‘where may I rent transportation’, this would create a smile as it is typically American styled English. It’s a bit like the typicaly American phrase ‘where can I eat’, whereas an English person would more likely say ‘could you recommend a restaurant’.
    There are so many style differences between English and American English and Mexican and Spanish Catalan etc

  14. Paintheshed says:

    An example of a …
    An example of a fairly useless ad basic phrase is ‘What time is it’. I really can’t remember the last time I asked that in my own language, as I have a watch and a phone to tell me this!
    Why would I ask a stranger the time? What time does the train arrive or the bus leave is more useful or ‘how long before the train arrives do I need to be on the platform’.

  15. Paintheshed says:

    Thank you, I do …
    Thank you, I do think it would be better to repeat the words neared to real speed, rather than slowly, as no person wouls speak like that, Also the English and the Spanish written up would be good, because you sometimes forget what the word was.
    Also, I find you can only learn basic stuff because slightly more complicated phrases are not easily found!
    Generally when looking for language help, it’s either really basic! Or it’s really complex stuff.

    A good way to learn though, thank you.

  16. TSM9356 says:

    thankyou!

    love …
    thankyou!

    love life go vegan

  17. milek333222 says:

    WHO wants to …
    WHO wants to practice spanish with me? by microphone? send me a message with your e-mail and i will add you

  18. Amerman says:

    Nice video and nice …
    Nice video and nice lesson, thank you.

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    The Verbarrator (Spanish Conjugation Software a must for Spanish Students)

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  19. dermike10 says:

    1. Cover your mouth …
    1. Cover your mouth with you hand
    2. Make a wish
    3.Close your hand (fist)
    4. Hold you hand at heart for 5 seconds
    5. Send this to 3 more videos
    6. Tommorrow will be the best day ever
    it actually worked”

  20. lauralabyrinth says:

    Despite she has a …
    Despite she has a Spanish surname, sometimes she makes mistakes…

  21. motherloadhackfinder says:

    6:05 -> means Where …
    6:05 -> means Where did we stay?
    6:16 -> same question, same subtitles, she doesnt say the same -.-
    FULL OF ERRORS AND SHE KEEPS LOOKING TO THE PAPER…

  22. dpbaleno says:

    She says : ¿ Qué es …
    She says : ¿ Qué es el precio de la admisión? (min 5:44 ) during her speech, I would say : ¿ Cuánto cuesta la entrada? or maybe in other countries : ¿Cuál es el precio de la entrada/admisión? but never as she said

  23. Tieescik says:

    because in english …
    because in english is haha ….. but in spanish
    J spelled like H ..( J=H) and jaja is like haha … now you know why spanish people write jaja :D bTW in polish jaja … is mean Eggs = huevos :D

  24. Thewaterofthepool says:

    ok i know they …
    ok i know they already told you XD

    jaja = haha

  25. aristides00 says:

    Donde estan las …
    Donde estan las putas ?

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