Colloquial Spanish Course – Talking about cars in Spanish

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In this Spanish lesson we are going to practice speaking about vehicles in Spanish. We will discover some appropriate grammar and vocabulary and then see if you can follow a short audio discussion in Spanish. The records to the audio will be offered at the end of the post but please try not to take a look at it until you have actually tried playing and comprehending the audio a few times.

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Speaking about cars and trucks in Spanish:

El asiento delantero: front seatEl asiento del conductor: motorists seatEl asiento del pasajero: passenger seatEl asiento trasero: back seatEl tablero del vehicle: dashboardEl radiador: radiatorEl ventilador: fanEl parachoques: bumper, fenderLa batería/ El acumulador: batteryEl neumático/ La cubierta: tireEl espejo lateral: wing mirror, side mirrorEl espejo retrovisor: rear-view mirrorLas luces de posición: side lightsLa luces traseras: rear lightsEl arranque: ignitionEl coche/autom óvil/ carro: carEl motor: motor, engineLos faros/Las luces: headlightsEl tubo de escape: exhaust pipeEl asiento: seatEl acelerador: accelerator pedal, gas pedalEl embrague: clutchEl freno: brakeEl combustible/La gasolina: gas, gasolineEl diesel/gasoil: dieselLa palanca de cambios: gear stick, gear leverLa marcha atrás: reverseEl freno de mano: handbrakeEl capó: bonnet, hoodEl baúl/ maletero: boot, trunkLa bocina/El claxon: hornEl cinturón de seguridad: seat beltEl volante: steering wheelLas ruedas: wheelsLa manilla de la puerta: door handleEl parabrisas: windscreen, windshieldEl tanque de combustible: gas tank, fuel tank

Now play the audio to listen a discussion. Play the audio a couple of times prior to you look at the records.

( Play the audio a couple of times prior to you scroll down and look at the records)

. Records:.

How much did you comprehend of the listening? Please let me understand in the comments area below …

Ayer me lo robaron y lo han encontrado esta mañana al otro lado de Madrid. Vamos, a idiotas.Edward: Qué pena, de verdad.Camila: El limpiaparabrisas está roto, el capó está rayado y abollado, los faros están rotos también, el motor está quemado, dos neumáticos pinchados, una rueda quitada completamente … Edward: Increíble.Camila: No puedo entender por qué alguien puede destrozar algo así sin ninguna razón.Edward: Envidia, supongo.Camila: Y todavía no te he contado nada sobre el interior del coche … qué repugnante … no puedo creer lo que le han hecho a los asientos … incluso me han robado el estéreo y los altavoces.Edward: Lo siento mucho por ti Camila. ¡ El tanque de gasolina estaba completamente vacío esta mañana y casi habían llegado hasta Toledo!Edward: Es posible que hayan extraído la gasolina antes de irse.Camila: Eso no me sorprendería.

Now play the audio to listen a conversation. Play the audio a few times prior to you look at the transcript.

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In this Spanish lesson we are going to practice talking about cars in Spanish. We will find out some relevant grammar and vocabulary and then see if you can follow a short audio discussion in Spanish. The transcript to the audio will be given at the end of the post however please attempt not to look at it up until you have actually attempted playing and understanding the audio a few times.

Dont worry if do not didnt understand that much, keep reviewing the vocabulary and phrases and you will soon be up to speed and ready for the prepared lesson in this course.