July 26, 2021

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Colloquial Spanish Course – Talking about money in Spanish

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In this Spanish lesson, we are going to practice speaking about money in Spanish. First, we will discover some pertinent grammar and vocabulary and then see if you can follow a brief audio conversation in Spanish. The transcript to the audio will be given at the end of the post but please attempt not to take a look at it till you have attempted playing and comprehending the audio a few times.

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Discussing cash in Spanish:

El banco: bank
El banquero/La banquera: banker
El beneficio: profit
El billete: costs, note
El cajero/a: teller, cashier
El comerciante bursátil: stock market trader
El contable: accountant
El dinero: money
El extracto de cuenta: account statement
El interés: interest
El mercado de valores: stock market
El pago: payment
El préstamo: loan
El sistema bancario: banking system
El tipo de interés: interest rate
En efectivo: in cash
En quiebra/bancarrota: bankrupt
Ingresar dinero: to put cash in, to deposit money
Invertir: to invest
La bolsa de valores: stock exchange
La cuenta: account
La hipoteca: mortgage
La inversión: investment
La sucursal: branch
La tarjeta de crédito: credit card
La tarjeta de débito: debit card
La transferencia bancaria: bank transfer
Las deudas: debts
Las finanzas: finances
Las ganancias: earnings
Los ahorros: savings
Los bienes: assets
Los fondos: funds
Los ingresos brutos: gross income
Los ingresos netos: net income
Los ingresos: income, revenue
Retirar dinero: to withdraw
Revisar una cuenta: to investigate an account
Solicitar un préstamo: to ask for a loan

Now play the audio to listen to a discussion. Play the audio a few times before you look at the records.

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

Transcript:

So, how did you get on? Just how much did you understand of the listening? Please let me understand in the comments area listed below …

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

Es un cartero demasiado seguro de sí mismo.
Susana: Asumo que todavía tienes tu casa.
Robert: Por los pelos.
Tengo grandes deudas que pagar.
Susana: ¿ No podrías solicitar un préstamo para que tu empresa vuelva a funcionar?
Robert: Ya lo he intentado. Visité mi sucursal bancaria la semana pasada y fue un no definitivo.
Susana: ¿ Tienes ahorros o bienes en otro lugar?
Robert: Cero patatero.

Don’t worry if you didn’t comprehend that much, keep evaluating the vocabulary and phrases and you will quickly be up to speed and prepared for the next lesson in this course. See you next time!

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In this Spanish lesson, we are going to practice talking about money in Spanish. We will learn some pertinent grammar and vocabulary and then see if you can follow a brief audio conversation in Spanish. The transcript to the audio will be given at the end of the post but please try not to look at it up until you have actually tried playing and comprehending the audio a couple of times.