Today we are with another Dynamic English teacher, with Martin Rojas. And he is here today to tell us a little bit about himself and also share his interest in history, so it's a special episode today.
Viewing entries tagged
This week, we're talking about technology and the ways that it's changing our lives. If you think about the names Alexa, Siri, Okay Google... you know who those are. Those are the little robots that we interact with on a daily basis. But how is that impacting us as humans? How is that changing our future?
Today’s episode, we have a special guest and fellow Dynamic teacher with us. Stephanie Pruitt is here to tell us a little bit about herself and also to chat about Chilean and United States customs.
This week on the podcast, we're doing things a little bit differently. Instead of Coffee with Gringos, we are cooking with gringos! So, in order to teach you that vocabulary about food and about cooking, Paige and Mariah will be making a meal—lasagna.
Chile's a beautiful country. There's so much to see here. From the mountains to the sea to the desert to the forest... sometimes I don't think Chileans even realize how much their country has to offer. And so today we'll be chatting about some of the places that we've been to and comparing them because Chile has a lot of really, really different places.
On this episode we’ll talk about our fears, our phobias, and our superstitions... so good old human anxiety. But it's something that we all relate to, right?! Remember, as you're listening, if you get lost, the vocabulary guide and the transcript are on the website to help you out.
Did you know Chile's National Sport is....Rodeo. We discuss which sports are popular here and back home in the U.S. Remember if you get lost you can always refer back to the transcript and vocabulary guide.
In honor of Chile's upcoming El Dieciocho - we discuss this important holiday and how it compares to some of our holidays back home. Remember if you get lost you can always refer back to the transcript and vocabulary guide.
We discuss the foods we love and maybe don't love so much here in Chile and how they compare back home, with returning special gringo guests from Australia and the U.K. Remember if you get lost you can always refer back to the transcript and vocabulary guide.
Here in Chile What's App is the preferred mode of communication, for business, something that's surprising for those coming from the U.S. Remember if you get lost you can always refer back to the transcript and vocabulary guide.
Have you ever heard of "Digital Nomads"? Well, tune in and learn more about where business culture is heading these days. Remember if you get lost you can always refer back to the transcript and vocabulary guide.
Learn how to talk about your past vacations and travels! Remember if you get lost you can always refer back to the transcript and vocabulary guide.
This week on Coffee with Gringos, we head to the bar and have a really typical conversation! We discuss what we’ve been up to lately, a disastrous morning metro commute, and the World Cup. See how much you can understand of our conversation, and if you get lost, use the transcript to follow along.
On this episode of “Coffee with Gringos”, listen in as we reminisce on our first meeting. We’ll be using typical typical vocabulary and phrases for first introductions. When you get lost, refer to the transcript below. If you’e unsure what a word or phrase means, check out the Key Vocabulary, Phrases and Slang section below the transcript. Happy Listening!