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1728629 spanishteacher : Bristol's accent?
1728630 Louisa Hills : that makes sense, it's just not what we say
1728631 spanishteacher : Sometimes I think in Spanish
1728632 Louisa Hills : it doesn't belong to the city
1728633 spanishteacher : I also have a hard Spanish accent
1728634 Louisa Hills : my first teaching job I taught students from Europe, and they all said my accent sounded like their learning materials at school
1728635 Louisa Hills : but in Mexico they all learn American English, and they couldn't understand me
1728636 spanishteacher : Wow!
1728637 Louisa Hills : also I talk fast
1728638 Louisa Hills : what part of Spain are you from?
1728639 spanishteacher : Because they are get used to listen American people
1728640 spanishteacher : I live in Seville
1728641 spanishteacher : Andalucía
1728642 Louisa Hills : 'they are used to listening to American people'
1728643 Louisa Hills : I went to Andalucia in 2017 - I loved it there
1728644 spanishteacher : Ahhh, that's true "ing" after to "to"
1728645 Louisa Hills : 'used to' is different to just 'to'
1728646 spanishteacher : What province were you?
1728647 spanishteacher : Yeah.
1728648 Louisa Hills : I did a teacher training course in Malaga, then I visited Seville, Ronda, Granada and Cordoba
1728649 spanishteacher : Ahhh, nice!
1728650 Louisa Hills : my Spanish was terrible then, and everyone was so nice
1728651 Louisa Hills : they thought I was American because so few English people ever learn more than 'dos cervezas por favor'
1728652 spanishteacher : I have been in all of these places, but I do not know accurately
1728653 Louisa Hills : I have been to all those places
1728654 Louisa Hills : again, I'm not sure what you mean by the last part
1728655 spanishteacher : "to" ok
1728656 spanishteacher : I mean, I live in a city called "Morón de la Frontera" which is situated about 60 kms
1728657 spanishteacher : from Seville
1728658 Louisa Hills : ah, ok
1728659 Louisa Hills : so 'I do not know them well'
1728660 spanishteacher : and I have been to Malaga only for beaches, Cordoba, when I went to the school and Granada too
1728661 spanishteacher : you are going to correct me a lot. jajajaja
1728663 Louisa Hills : only for the beaches
1728664 spanishteacher : Thanks a lot
1728665 Louisa Hills : it is so hard to explain when to use 'the'
1728666 spanishteacher : I hope my mistakes do not make you piss off
1728668 spanishteacher : patience!
1728670 Louisa Hills : did you mean 'piss off' as in go away, or 'pissed off' as in annoyed
1728671 spanishteacher : get angry
1728672 Louisa Hills : I wouldn't be a very good teacher if mistakes made me angry
1728673 spanishteacher : Espero que mis fallos no te hagan cabrear.
1728674 Louisa Hills : but yeah, angry is 'pissed off'
1728675 Louisa Hills : but then you have 'pissed' which means angry in American, but drunk in English
1728676 spanishteacher : Aren't there many foreing people who want to learn English where you live in?
1728677 spanishteacher : Ahhh.
1728678 Louisa Hills : no, we don't get a lot of foreigners here
1728679 spanishteacher : I have watched a lot of American videos
1728680 Louisa Hills : we have exchange students, but they get their lessons through their schools or colleges
1728681 Louisa Hills : yes, lots of students get an American accent from doing that
1728682 Louisa Hills : but we watch American movies too, of course, so we understand
1728683 spanishteacher : Yeah, I have listened "american accent" in Bristol
1728684 spanishteacher : involved to American movies and music
1728685 Louisa Hills : heard "american accent"
1728686 spanishteacher : Claro, heard is when you pay attention.
1728687 spanishteacher : don't
1728688 Louisa Hills : yes, 'heard' is a bit more passive
1728689 spanishteacher : do you undestand to American people?
1728690 Louisa Hills : I tried to find Spanish movies and music, but it was difficult
1728691 Louisa Hills : Finally I found Mago de Oz, and I like their music
1728692 spanishteacher : There are a lot in youtube videos
1728693 Louisa Hills : but it is not the most useful vocabulary
1728694 Louisa Hills : I can usually understand American people - sometimes the strongest accents from the South can be difficult
1728695 spanishteacher : I am looking for a movie for you
1728696 spanishteacher : There is a serie for learning
1728697 spanishteacher : www.youtube.com/watch
1728698 spanishteacher : it is a little bit slow
1728699 Louisa Hills : I will give it a try
1728700 spanishteacher : its way of speak
1728701 Louisa Hills : I should probably go soon
1728702 Louisa Hills : have you seen Ted Ed on youtube? it is not for language learners, but they have nice short videos in very clear English about different interesting things
1728703 spanishteacher : Ok, it is been a pleasure
1728704 Louisa Hills : has been
1728706 Louisa Hills : thank you for making my first conversation on here so good - I will definitely be back another time
1728707 spanishteacher : it has been a pleasure?
1728708 Louisa Hills : yes, that's right
1728709 spanishteacher : Thanks to you as well.
1728711 spanishteacher : See you in another time
1728712 spanishteacher : Hasta otra.
1728716 jon : Buenas tardes
1728717 MagnifiCat : hola jon
1728718 MagnifiCat : que tal?
1728720 jon : Estoy tan cansado
1728721 MagnifiCat : me alegro
1728723 jon : Where do you place the word "también" in a sentence prober?
1728724 MagnifiCat : it depends
1728725 MagnifiCat : what do you want to day
1728726 jon : "Estoy bien" and then answer: También estoy bien or what?
1728727 jon : If you're also
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