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 of my intermediate Spanish lessons from the Spanish Vocabulary Course, this time with lots of useful Spanish music vocabulary.

There are three Spanish lessons on the topic of Spanish music vocabulary at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. This is the second in the series and in this video you will learn how to correctly pronounce the Spanish vocabulary for such things as “CD player”, “speakers”, “orchestra”, “backing singers”, “concert” and “drummer”.

I suggest that you watch these video lessons various times until the words start to stick in your head. You should also try to repeat each word after me to slowly, but surely, improve your Spanish pronunciation. Building vocabulary in any new language takes a lot of time and is usually one of the most frustrating elements of learning a foreign language. There is, of course, so much Spanish vocabulary that it is impossible to cover everything, but I hope to provide you with a broad selection of many useful Spanish words.

This is lesson 95 in this Spanish Vocabulary Course. Please click here to catch up on all the other lessons.

Lesson notes:

Listen and repeat the following words:

La emisora de radio: radio station
El CD: CD
El lector de CDs: CD player
El reproductor MP3: MP3 player
El iPod: iPod
Los auriculares: headphones
Los altavoces: speakers
Descargar: to download
El concierto: concert
El recinto para conciertos: concert venue
El estadio: stadium
El DJ: DJ
La entrada: ticket
El/La cantante: singer
El cantante en solitario: solo singer
El grupo: group / band
Los fans: fans
La orquesta: orchestra
El guitarrista: guitarist
El bajista: bass guitarist
El teclista: keyboard player
El batería: drummer
Los coros: backing vocals
Los coristas: backing singers
Los bailarines: dancers

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