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This lesson is part of the Intermediate Spanish Course
(69 Spanish video or mp3 lessons. 4 hrs 8 mins)

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In this Spanish lesson we will see different ways to respond and confirm in Spanish using Spanish phrases such as Estoy seguro, ¡Ni hablar! and ¡Hombre, claro! Phrases like this are heard all of the time in everyday Spanish conversation and so it is really important to start getting familiar with them. They are not difficult to use at all, but if you don’t know them you can easily get lost in a conversation. When learning Spanish, like any other foreign language, it is essential to build up a good arsenal of Spanish vocabulary, verbs, phrases and expressions to use in conjunction with all of the key Spanish grammar structures. If you only know the basic grammar guidelines you won’t be able to fill out your sentences or understand all of what is being said and, on the flip side, if you only learn loose words and phrases you will never be able to construct long, flowing sentences. Try to balance out what you are studying so that you end up with a well rounded and practical skill set. Practice using the Spanish phrases in this Spanish lesson as much as you can in practice written sentences and conversation with native Spanish speakers. Don’t be afraid to throw a new phrase in here and there. It is not always easy to pick the right moment, but you will generally know right away if you have used it correctly.

Lesson notes:

To respond with confidence:
Estoy seguro/a: I am sure
Seguro: Sure
Segurísmo: Very sure
Sin ninguna duda: No doubt about it

To respond decisively:
¡Jamás!: Never!
¡Qué dices!: What are you talking about?
¡Ni hablar!: No way!/ That is impossible!

To confirm decisively:
¡Por supuesto!: Of course!
¡Hombre, claro!: Of course!
¡Sí, si!: Yes, of course!


Translate the following…

No doubt about it!
No way!
What are you talking about!
Of course!

Here are the answers to the last activity:

Habré terminado mañana por la tarde.
Habrá comido en el trabajo.
Habrán estado en el parquet.
Habremos andado 10 kilómetros a la una.

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