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.
Tip: you can toggle the subtitles on/off with the dropdown list below the video. This way you can first see how much you can understand without subtitles. Enjoy!
What’s the meaning of…?
A lo mejor…: Perhaps…
Cetáceo: cetacean (sea mammals, like dolphins and whales).
Tan seguido: so often. This is typically latin-american. In Spain we say
tan frecuentemente(so frecuently),
tan a menudo(so often) or, more typically, simply
Nado: swimming (the act of swimming).
Funja, subjunctive from
fungir: to act/serve (as).