Again a new post in the series dedicated to Spanish videos with Spanish subtitles (in my opinion, one of the best ways to “train the ear”). This time, I present to you a new video from the Spanish TV program Cuarto Milenio (many thanks for pointing out your preferences in this respect in you comments!).
The topic of this video is the ancient philosophical, proto-scientific practice known as “alchemy” (in Spanish:
alquimia). What is alchemy? What is its relationship with modern chemistry? What were the alchemists looking for?
Here’s another short video with Spanish subtitles. This time it’s Mexican Spanish: a short piece from Mexican TV about dolphins and their special relationship with humans.
Spanish Learning Hacks comes back to life with yet another Spanish subtitled video. This time I have chosen an interesting one: Scientists have found new evidence that the extinction of the dinosaurs was caused by a meteorite impact. But I won’t give more clues: listen and discover yourself!
Months ago (sorry for that) a reader asked me to subtitle more videos from “Cuarto Milenio”, like that about the “Misterios de la Casa Blanca“. Well, that is a good idea. So here you are, I hope you enjoy it (and I really hope I will be able to find time to subtitle more videos from now on…)
Here you are another subtitled video. It is from a Spanish TV program called
Cuarto Milenio. Cuarto Milenio is a program about mysteries and paranormal phenomena. In this case, they talk about mysterious incidents and coincidences in the history of the White House.
Well, it seems that Spanish subtitled videos are very welcome (thanks for your comments!), so I think I should make them more frequently.
So, here you are a new one. Short but funny. It is a gag from the Andreu Buenafuente’s Spanish TV show. Here I propose you an exercise: First, turn off the sound and try to read aloud the subtitles. Then turn it on and check if your pronunciation is correct. You may want to bear in mind that Buenafuente has Spaniard accent (more precisely, Catalan accent).
¡Vaya! It took me forever, sorry for that! Well, as we use to say,
más vale tarde que nunca (better late than never) 🙂
So, here you are a new Spanish video, subtitled in Spanish. Here, Claudia Palacios, a well-known Latin-American journalist and newscaster, interviews Shakira. Both of them are Colombian.