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Old March 30, 2010, 01:40 PM
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Mira telenovelas if you really want to learn Spanish!!

If you really want to learn Spanish watch the Spanish soap operas. Have been watching
them for the last 30+ años. I noticed from the beginning that I could learn Spanish many many
times faster by watching them. Spanish novelas use all the vocabulary of human emotions.
En Nombre del Amor is a Mexican novela that I just finished watching. Tried not to miss one
night of it. Even when I had to work nights I would record it to watch it later. También tengo
telenovelas DVDs para mirar.


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En Nombre Del Amor (In the Name of Love) was a Mexican telenovela that aired in late 2008 through mid 2009. It was a remake of Cadenas de Amargura (1991). ...
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ME gustaría mirarlos , pero me ha causado un rato para buscarlos y nunca encontré nada. los ves por internet? ¿Dónde compraste los dvds?

PD he visto Victorinos por tv, pero me parecen hablar muy rápido. Yo creo que es de Colombia
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I agree!!!

My personal favorite right now is "Mas Sabe El Diablo". It apparently aired last year, but I just caught it on one of the Spanish channels on my TV. Then I found that I, being the impatient person that I am, do not have to wait till 10:00 pm every night...I can actually watch ALL the episodes on YouTube!!!!!!
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I agree!!!

My personal favorite right now is "Mas Sabe El Diablo". It apparently aired last year, but I just caught it on one of the Spanish channels on my TV. Then I found that I, being the impatient person that I am, do not have to wait till 10:00 pm every night...I can actually watch ALL the episodes on YouTube!!!!!!
Sí sí he visto más sabe también! ¿Llegan programas españoles de españa aquí ?(EEUU)
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Sí sí he visto más sabe también! ¿Llegan programas españoles de españa aquí ?(EEUU)
I'm not sure if I understand your question. Are you wanting to know if there are Spain tv shows on American TV? I'm not sure if there are or not. On my television, we get a few Spanish channels like Telemundo. But I'm not sure where they are filmed. Like "Mas Sabe...", is supposed to be based in NY (although I read they film alot in Miami, I think). So I guess it's a U.S. telenovela. Also, there is the program "Sábado Gigante" which I know some of my friends watch in Nicaragua too, but I'm not sure if that's a U.S. program as well!?

You could search on goggle or youtube to find shows specifically from Spain...
Here's one I found on YouTube. I assume it's from Spain by the way the lady says "gracias" at the beginning...?


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You can see the soap opera from Mexico for the buy channels, so you will can practice your skills.

I can recommending you, it's could be effective.
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ME gustaría mirarlos , pero me ha causado un rato para buscarlos y nunca encontré nada. los ves por internet? ¿Dónde compraste los dvds?

PD he visto Victorinos por tv, pero me parecen hablar muy rápido. Yo creo que es de Colombia
¿Dónde vives amigo? Yo vivo en California. Tenemos varios canales in español gratis aquí en
California. Canal 34 es el canal más famoso y conosido para nosotros los hispano parlantes.
Los Estados Unidos de America(USA) tienen más de 500 canales de television en español.
Es increible pero cierto. Esto quiere decir que nosotros los Americanos ya tenemos más canales
en español que los proprios españoles de España!

Los DVDs en español los compro at different video rental places or at Target/Walmart type stores. Rent=burn.

Oh, tenemos de vez en cuando películas de España pero no mucho.(Antes sí ahora no.)Hay muchas
películas y talk shows de México. Antes teniamos TV novelas de Argentina pero ya no. Las novelas
son todas de Mexico y Venezuela. También tenemos algunas novelas hechas en Miami, Florida USA.
El show Sábado Gigante viene de Miami, Florida donde están todos los Cubanos. Don Francisco es de Chile
sin embargo. Hay también muchos Colombianos, Argentinos y los demás Hispanos en Florida ahora.
No como antes quando eran en su mayoría Cubanos.

Es interesante de notar que en las novelas Mexicanas trabajan actores de otros paises que no son
Mexicanos. Tales paises como Cuba, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, España, Puerto Rico etc. etc. Muchos
de ellos tienen que estudiar para perder un poco sus accentos y hablar más como Mexicanos o por lo
menos un español más standard.(Curioso, verdad?) Sobre todo los Argentinos me han dicho. Los
Argentinos hablan español con un accento italiano y me gusta precisamente porque hablo italiano.

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I just bought the TV novela Mariana de la noche. Mas de 500 minutos for only $11.00. 4 DVDs. Actually 2 double sided DVDs.

Mariana de la Noche -


Mariana de la Noche is a Mexican telenovela shown in 2003, written by Delia Fiallo and produced by Salvador Mejia, starring Jorge Salinas and Alejandra ...
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Those opera soap sees my wife in the evening here in Mexico.

That opera soap is very old.
I believe that the opera soap has around to ten years old.
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We have a special movie thing for Spanish class every chapter called La Katrina
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