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English podcast for hispanohablantes who want to improve their conversational American English via listening comprehension. Two brothers converse twice a month to give relaxed, humorous examples of culture, vocabulary, and personal stories. Si eres un estudiante intermedio de inglés, prueba a nuestro show para oír conversaciones auténticas dadas para una audiencia latina.
 
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Si quieres lograr el nivel B1 en tu comprensión del inglés, sabes que tendrás que empezar a distinguir entre los varios sentidos de una palabra (o frase) en varios contextos. In this episode, we converse in understandable English, supported with some Spanish, about how "mean" can signify "cruel," "to do on purpose" (hacer a propósito), and other us…
 
Si quieres fluír mejor en conversación informal con gringos, checa este episodio y conecta sus ideas con tus ideas más hábilmente usando estas respuestas comunes. El episodio no solo enfatiza el vocabulario, cual no es avanzado, sino también la pronunciación y la inflección. Part of learning a language is sounding natural during the flow of a conve…
 
Thanksgiving is an unusual holiday because it is associated with the origins of the USA itself. Listen as Gabo and Goyo talk about the origins of Thanksgiving, their childhood memories of it, and the shopping tradition of "Black Friday," which is always the next day. Los orígenes de El Día de Acción de Gracias Regalos para la Navidad (y sus rebajas…
 
Si te interesa trabajar con angloparlantes en el área de servicio al cliente, checa este episodio. If you are preparing for work as a customer service or help desk representative in a bilingual capacity, in this episode you will improve your ability to talk to American customers without provoking them to anger, unintentionally. Gabe, who manages a …
 
In episode 10, Gabo and Goyo explained several popular uses of the word "do" in English. In this episode, they explain English uses like: "to do business," a "do nothing," and "do the math." ¿Sabes la diferencia entre "do some exercises" en inglés y "hacer algunos ejercicios" en español? Chécalo. Por fin, ¡entra tu nombre en una rifa por una tarjet…
 
El otoño en el sur de los EEUU es hermoso. Recently, Gabe and Greg reunited for a fun weekend of campfires, nature, and music, in the mountains of Tennessee. En este episodio, explicamos conceptos en inglés como "crackle," "pop," "sizzle," and "chitter." Todos tienen que ver con la naturaleza e ir de camping. Hear which forest animal frightened Gre…
 
Lit, bet, cap, no cap: ¿Cómo, cómo? In today's episode, we talk with two of our children, ages 17 and 19, about words and phrases like these. Como hombres de Gen X, los anfitriones tratan de entender el sentido de esta jerga modern de sus hijos, y esto provoca mucha risa. Learn how to recognize slang from 2022 with us! Support the show…
 
Dude, epic, trippin'... These terms were popularized in the 1980s and should have disappeared by now, but they have not! Greg and Gabe discuss these terms and several others that are still heard in conversation, movies, and "Grand Theft Auto," jaja. Support the show
 
The word "stick" is very popular in English in various forms and parts of speech. In this episode, we focus on phrasal verbs like "stick up for" and "stick by," as well as the idiomatic expression "a sticky situation." As Gabe and Gabe do sometimes, this show uses a single story (about an ex-boyfriend who sees his love out with another man) to prov…
 
The verb "put" in English has many uses not parallel with "poner." This episode gives explanations and examples of put up (guardar), put up with (soportar), and put back (devolver). As always, Gabo y Goyo converse in an informative, relaxed style with effective context and repetition. Support the show…
 
Hoy les comparto un poco sobre las historias que me han acompañado en mi proceso de duelo y hasta en los últimos meses de estar con mi mamá durante su batalla contra el cáncer (incluyendo menciones de Guardianes de la Galaxia, Teen Wolf y el Soldado de Invierno). Este episodio fue grabado en un estacionamiento mientras esperaba mi cena, por eso no …
 
"Suppose," "supposedly," and "supposed to" sound very similar in English but mean very different things. Listen as Gabe and Greg make clear the differences between these three (and more) through their stories, conversations, and use of both synonyms and Spanish equivalents. Please recommend our show to a English-learning friend! Support the show…
 
Después de más de un año regreso con otro tipo de episodio. Hoy les cuento sobre ese momento en el que alguien nos está contando su experiencia y terminamos hablando encima de ellxs. Menciono el podcast de Brené Brown donde habla con Susan David sobre la agilidad emocional. Pueden escuchar las dos partes de ese episodio aquí y aquí. Este podcast es…
 
The verb "to get" in English is so versatile, yet can be confusing, as you know. ¡"Get" quiere decir tanto! In this episode, we cover six common uses of "get," including "get" (to purchase), "get it" (entender), and "get home" (llegar a casa). Este episodio teje estos varios usos por una anécdota del hijo de Greg, Lucas. Cada explicación tiene cont…
 
Gabe has just returned from Mexico and Greg from Peru! In this episode, we use English to discuss four sets of observations about our travels, incluyendo la comida, el transporte, y la naturaleza. Hear how Gabe used a mix of English and Spanish while traveling to a beautiful cenote to swim, and how Greg met a real archeologist that worked in the ru…
 
Greg has just returned from a trip to the capital of the USA, Washington, DC! In this episode, we find out how he traveled in the city and how he describes in English the attractions of the nation's capital. Gabe también ha visitado Washington, y describe algunos recuerdos claves, incluyendo su visita a un museo que contiene un modelo gigantesco ¡d…
 
Most students know that "hacer" can be used as both "do" and "make" in English. In this week's episode, we explore several examples with "make." Some of these translate from "hacer" in Spanish, others do not. Hear about Gabe's disappointing first date (ella no le hizo caso) and Greg's big trip to Perú in the coming weeks (él hace sus maletas y porq…
 
When learning English, Spanish speakers learn to distinguish between "do" and "make" for the verb "hacer." This episode focuses on frequently used expressions using the word "do" such as "doing well," "doing housework," "doing paperwork," and many others. Learn who does the most chores (los quehaceres) in Greg's house, and how Gabe is very, very di…
 
If you are interested in working in an English-speaking environment, listen to this episode to hear us use vocabulary related to attendance, sexual harrassment, full-time work vs. part-time work, and punctuality. Gabe manages a team at a help desk and gives his insights, and Greg talks about stupid things he has done in past job interviews. ¡Chécal…
 
Most have an opinion about which is better, cats or dogs. Gabe and Greg share their views on their favorite pets, stressing terms of preference in English that will help those trying to improve. In the latter portion of the episode, Greg shares his preference for coffee with lots of cream and flavoring added to it. Discover if Gabe agrees! Support …
 
What time do people eat in the USA? In this episode, we discuss meal times, portion sizes, and tipping in restaurants. We also go over some food words like "grub," "vittles," and "I'm starvin' to death!" Si quieres saber un poco más acerca de qué se come en los EUA y cuando, prueba este episodio. Además, platicamos sobre cierta jerga de este país q…
 
From "feeling down," to "are you down?", this word has many meanings in English that don't just mean the opposite of "up." Gabe and Greg discuss several in this episode, including "something is going down," and "down for the count." Support the showPor Greg and Gabriel Sanchez
 
Sometimes Gabe and Greg, two brothers, tell stories from their childhood as a way for students of English to experience the various past tenses. In this memory, Gabe recalls how as young boys they visited a creek (un arroyo) to transport tadpoles into a hole in their backyard (en su jardín). Support the show…
 
Sometimes Gabe and Greg, two brothers, tell stories from their childhood as a way for students of English to experience the various past tenses. In this memory, Gabe recalls how both boys used ingenuity and fireworks (fuegos artificiales) to destroy antbeds (hormigueros). Sometimes, they paid a price for their travesuras and got a few bites (picadu…
 
Híjole, in English we love to use the word "up" to talk about mistakes! Gabe and Greg discuss "screw up," ''mess up,'' ''goof up," and other similar phrases, with examples in their typical humorous style. They also talk about how to describe the humility that comes after you have been embarrassed from making certain kinds of mistakes, such as ''eat…
 
Our inaugural episode gives several examples of the word "play" that are common but may not translate directly to Spanish. If you are an intermediate English learner who speaks Spanish at home, perhaps you will enjoy our explanations and examples of "play along,'' ''get played," ''make a play for," and other uses. Support the show…
 
In this episode, we discuss how speaking with courtesy in English may be a little different than how one does it in Spanish. In addition to expressions that use "help," we also discuss idiomatic phrases, with examples, for phrases like "pitch in," "kick in," "hold the elevator," and others. Si ya estudias inglés al nivel intermedio, prueba nuestro …
 
09.07.2022 Hallo zusammen!! Paso a contarles que nuestro voluntariado nos ha traído hasta Dinamarca y con tanto boleo no ha sido posible grabar los episodios. Esperamos volver pronto y con más frecuencia. XO Alles Gut podcast team 18.05.2022 Hallo Leute!! Estamos un poco perdidos, pero los recordamos siempre. Esperamos volver con episodios semanale…
 
Despedimos el 2021 con este, que es el último episodio de la serie de Navidad y Año Nuevo. Volveremos el domingo 6 de febrero para continuar aprendiendo :) Felices fiestas!! We bring you today the last episode of the year and hopefully we will be back the 6th of February. Happy Holidays! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allesgutpodcast/…
 
Nos tomamos la libertad de estirar un poco la agenda para publicar este episodio justamente hoy: en la víspera de la víspera de Navidad! Rodeados de naturaleza y con unos loritos amenizando, te traemos este episodio justo antes de Navidad. Felices fiestas y feliz Navidad! Frohe Weihnachten! We continue with our bonuses for the Christmas series, a b…
 
Seguimos contando, aunque los números son infinitos, afortunadamente este episodio no xD Hoy te compartimos cómo aprender a contar del 10 al 100 :) Numbers are everywhere, Join us today in our counting from 10 to 100. Visit our Instagram account for more info! https://instagram.com/allesgutpodcast?utm_medium=copy_link…
 
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