Español en las calles de Tijuana
My name is Rodney and in this podcast I’m going to talk about the Spanish I’ve learned during my visits to Baja Norte, or Northen Baja, primarily the city of Tijuana.  Over the years I’ve heard quite a few words and expressions that are unique to Mexico that I want to share with you.  You won’t find these words and expressions in your Spanish textbook, but you’ll hear them all the time as you travel throughout Mexico.

Qué tal
You see the expression qué tal in Spanish books on occasion, but most of the time they just tell you it’s an informal greeting and case closed.  That hardly does the expression qué tal any justice, so I put together a podcast about some of the most common uses for this expression and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at some of its other uses.

Que Rico, Sabroso and Delicioso
You’ve probably heard these words before when it comes to talking about food, but they can be used for so much more.

Saying Excuse Me In Spanish
Saying excuse me in Spanish isn’t all that hard, but it’s not as straight-forward as you might think. There are three different ways you can say excuse me using perdón, con permiso and disculpar, but you can’t always use them interchangeably. In this podcast we’re going to look at the differences between them so you can learn how to use them properly.

All About Verbs – Alcanzar
Alcanzar is verb that’s rarely talked about, but it has a several uses you should know about. If you’re not familiar with the verb alcanzar, then listen to this podcast and add this handy verb to your Spanish toolbox.

Coming Soon

All About Verbs – Quedar
Listen to this podcast to learn about the many meanings of quedar. It has a lot of very practical uses and once you master it you’ll wonder how you ever managed to get by with out it.