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Intermediate Spanish Vocabulary Course: Spanish alcoholic drinks and soft drinks

Intermediate Spanish VocabularyA video from the Intermediate Spanish Vocabulary Course

*Essential Spanish words on useful everyday topics*
*Build your Spanish vocabulary with Laura*

This is another intermediate Spanish vocabulary lesson from the Spanish Vocabulary Course providing you with another useful list of everyday Spanish words.

In this video lesson we learn how to correctly pronounce lots of Spanish alcoholic drinks and soft drinks, such as “herbal tea”, “diet coke”, “bottled beer”, “stout”, and “Champagne”. There are three videos in total in this series, at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels with lots of useful Spanish vocabulary related to Spanish alcoholic drinks and soft drinks.

I recommend that you watch this video lesson a few times and repeat the words along with me concentrating on trying to replicate my Spanish pronunciation. If you watch one or two vocabulary video lessons every day and repeat all the words in this fashion you will very soon find your style of Spanish pronunciation improving rapidly due to all of the repetition.

This is lesson 89 in this Spanish Vocabulary video course. Please click here to catch up on all the other lessons.

Lesson notes:

Listen and repeat the following words:

Una taza de…: A cup of…
Un tazón de…: A mug of…
El té verde: green tea
La infusión: herbal tea
El té frio: iced tea
La coca cola: coke
La coca cola light: diet coke
La limonada: lemonade
La naranjada: orangeade
Agua del grifo: tap water
Agua mineral: mineral water
Agua en botella: bottled water
El café descafeinado: decaffeinated coffee
El café con hielo: iced coffee
La caña: small glass of draught beer
Cerveza en botella: bottled beer
Cerveza en lata: canned beer
La cerveza negra: stout
La clara: shandy
El champán: champagne
El champán rosado: pink champagne
El cava: cava

1 Comment

  1. ¿No vas a mencionar la caña? ¡Es demasiado popular en España! Y lo que “un trago” es, es decir jerga que quiere decir una bebida alcohólica. También, ¿como se dice “shot”, como un “shot” de whiskey, en español?

    Gracias, Laura, para tus lecciones, ¡los agradecemos mucho!



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