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Learn Spanish swear words. 5 insults translated into english.
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How to swear in Spanish: common Spanish swear words, Spanish insults, Spanish vulgarities, Spanish curse words, and Spanish profanities. A lesson in "El lenguaje soez": The Spanish "low language". Visit www.thespanishblog.com to watch all my Spanish lessons. This video is part of my colloquial Spanish course www.thespanishblog.com
How to Curse in Spanish- Shows a few of the most popular curse words used in the United States and some other Spanish speaking countries. *Keep in mind that some of these curse words are under the "slang" category, therefore; the meaning can be taken differently from place-to-place. For example; the word "pendejo" can be interpreted as dumbass/stupid-ass, dick-head, stupid, Idiot, or even ass. *Remember that these are curse words I use, which are mainly from La República de Dominica, México, or Los Estados Unidos. Different countries sometimes have their own wordings. For example; in one country they may use the word "pita" to refer to dick, while in another country they may say "polla". That goes the same for "toto" and "cuño" for pussy. It also works for the words "bala", "maraca", or "mariposón" for faggot. It is like when an English speaking person gets temporarily irritated at their dog or something. They may shout out "DAMN DOG" or "BLOODY DOG". Just depends on where the person is from and use to saying in their country rather that is The United Kingdom or The United States. Nine-times-out-of-ten you will not be taught these words in your daily Spanish class, unless you have a cool Spanish-speaking friend to teach you. It is important to learn curse/slang words if you want to become fluent in Spanish. This will help you get a better understanding when conversing with Spanish speaking people. However; do not go around using these words to mainly in sought people ...
my mom actually helped me make this, almost all of the stuff is exact but somestuff we couldn't really understand what they were saying, but it's the jest of it, also sorry that the transition of clips are a little sloppy, oh well, watch and enjoy!
Luis from Almeria, Spain is a character. Ben from Oakville, Ontario, Canada and Mary from St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada are too. Unfortunately, my camera has no sound but they were discussing the different nuances of swear words in English, Spanish and Serbian in Los Charros, a great place for grilled meat tapas in Almeria. I highly recommend the muslos (chicken thighs) and the allitas (chicken wings).
1st, sorry for the shit quality but it would of taken 48 hours to upload compared to the 26mins it is telling me now. This video is of 2 English football fans going undercover as Spanish fans just to join in the celebrations and to see what it is like for your country to win a cup, WARNING, you may hear a couple of swear words.
Someone had to do it.
When speaking Spanish a lot is gained in the pronunciation and context. Quite inadvertently innocent English people often use swear words or ask for something they dont really want. Here are a few blunders to watch out for when talking to Spanish speaking people. Brought to you by www.top-bannana.com Where you can learn spanish so easily.
He's not teaching for using, but rather for understanding. But you can learn korean swear words as well.
Catching foul language is usually good proof you are not recieving a radio transmission, but are rather recieving an EVP. One of the cuss words is in Spanish. Also (not included in this video) I caught another Spanish cuss word, but I don't know how to spell it or what it means, only that it sounds like "cuadro le cinco" or "quatro ce cinco" or something. Anyone that can tell me what that means I would much appreciate it! Each sound byte is played 3 times, twice at regular speed and once in slow motion. Also, please note that some where rendered into a clearer form by filtering out background noise using Audacity. ALSO, on the last one, note how the language changes from Spanish to English, but the voice remains the same in pitch/ sound etc. More proof you've caught an EVP on the ghost box.
This is a historical reenactment of the English and Spanish rivalry in the late 1500s (and another school project). It really encompasses a lot (basically we just took that section of the AP European History textbook and turned it into a video). If there are any historical inaccuracies, I'm really sorry, but I think we did a pretty good job. (I love history~) And it's Hetalia, so it's not /exactly/ what happened, but all the ideas are there. (: Little things to note: -Sometimes the audio is difficult to hear, so I can make annotations with subtitles if you'd like. (And that would be an adventure since I've never made annotations before!) :D -All the fight scene are improv, so no, they aren't as perfect or as epic as they could be. -I know Spain's outfit isn't that pretty--I compiled it at Savers and made due with what I had. (There was NO way I was going to spend $60 on a pirate costume.) -We didn't have a fancy, 16th-century, high class/royal outfit for Philip, so we made him scrubby instead. (Hey, it's Hetalia. Most anything goes.) ;) -We know the TV is on at the beginning. That was on purpose. (See ramblings at the end of the video.) -I do believe the episode of Hetalia on the Philip's TV is #25 of season 1. (The 24 in the credits was a guess.) ~Credits~ Songs (in order): Will and Elizabeth; He's a Pirate Album: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Artist/Composer: Klaus Badelt Fandom: Axis Powers Hetalia Program: Final Cut Pro ATTENTION: If you ...
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