Intermediate Spanish Listening Practice – How to order in a Spanish bar or restaurant Posted by Laura & Adam on May 12, 2019 in Learning, Spanish Grammar, Spanish Vocabulary
In this Spanish lesson we are going to practice ordering in a Spanish bar or restaurant. As usual, first we will review some relevant grammar and vocabulary and then see if you can follow a short listening.
This lesson is part of a Spanish course that practices the grammar and vocabulary first introduced in my Intermediate Spanish course posted here on the Transparent Language blog. Let’s test your listening comprehension and see if you can understand a short audio in Spanish. The transcript to the audio will be given at the end of the post but please try not to look at it until you have tried playing and understanding the audio a few times.
Use the following link to watch the corresponding video lesson of the original course:
Now play the audio to listen a conversation between between Alan and a bar waitress. Can you understand what they are saying? Play the audio a few times before you look at the transcript. Don’t worry if you don’t understand every single thing the two people are saying. Try to catch whichever words you can and then try to piece things together to work out what is being said.
(Play the audio a few times before you scroll down and look at the transcript)
Alan: Oye, por favor.
Camarera: Sí, dígame.
Alan: ¿Nos pones dos cañas y algo para picar?
Camarera: Sí, por supuesto. ¿Qué quieren para picar? Tenemos aceitunas, cacahuetes, patatas fritas,… ¿Igual prefieren unas tapas?
Alan: ¿Qué tapas tenéis?
Camarera: Tenemos calamares a la romana, patatas bravas, croquetas y ensaladilla rusa.
Alan: Mmm… ponnos unas aceitunas y unos calamares a la romana.
Camarera: Muy bien. Aceitunas, calamares a la romana y dos cañas.
Alan: Eso es.
Camarera: ¿La cañas rubias o tostadas?
Alan: Tostadas por favor.
Camarera: Muy bien. Enseguida les traigo todo.
Alan: Muchas gracias. Oye perdona.
Alan: ¿Nos puedes traer también un poco de pan?
Camarera: Sí, claro.
So, how did you get on? How much did you understand of the listening? Please let me know in the comments section below…
Don’t worry if you didn’t understand that much, keep reviewing the vocabulary and phrases and you will soon be up to speed and ready for the next lesson in this course. See you next time!
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