Con Jose y Laura hacemos conversación de las diferencias culturales entre inglés y español.

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Hallowe’en with Jose and Laura

conversaciones en ingles

Chris: Muahahaha, Bienvenidos a conversaciones en ingles de las clases de inglés diario, llega este momento del año, Halloween, y hacemos conversación en esta clase con José y Laura que es una clase intermedio y estamos hablando lo que ha pasado con esta fiesta que, bueno, en mi país y en vuestro país que ha llegado a ser más importante Halloween que más gente lo celebra y hemos perdido un poquito las fiestas tradicionales que solemos, o nos acordamos desde pequeño, bueno, conversaciones en ingles un poquito de el por qué. Espero que disfrutéis la clase, adiós.
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Chris: Ok, preguntarle a José cómo celebra Halloween en su familia.
Laura: How do you celebrate Halloween in your family?
Jose: Really I don’t celebrate Halloween in my family, never, really, but usually the people buy a lot of sweets for the children’s.
Chris: Ok, pregúntale ahora si cree en fantasmas.
Jose: Crees en fantasmas…do you….
Laura: ¿Cómo se dice cazas fantasmas? ¿Caza fantasmas la película, cómo era?
Jose: Ghost Busters.
Chris: Ghost Busters.
Laura: Ghost Busters, es esa. Ghost, claro Ghost, ¿believe es creer?
Chris: Yes, sí.
Jose: Do you believe in ghost?
Chris: Plural.
Jose: Ghosts.
Chris: Ghosts.
Jose: Ghosts.
Laura: Yes, I do.
Jose: Yes?
Laura: Yes, (2:41)
Jose: Los fantasmas cuando (2:45)
Chris: Laura, do you dress up at Halloween, do you dress up at Halloween,
Laura: No.
Chris: In fancy dress.
Laura: No, I hate get dress.
Chris: I hate…
Laura: To get dress.
Chris: Beautiful. Excellent. And the big question, which I think you, around on this side of the wall, we have that I love Halloween, I hate Halloween, and I think that Laura its (3:27) I hate Halloween, that side of the wall, but why, why don’t you like Halloween.
Laura: Because I don’t like…
Chris: Dressing up.
Laura: Dressing up.
Chris: For this reason?
Laura: Yes.
Chris: Really? And José, are you a fan of Halloween?
Jose: I like get dressing up…
Chris: Ok.
Jose: No problem…
Chris: I like…
Jose: I like usually…
Chris: Has dicho I like get…
Jose: Dressing…
Chris: Entonces te falta el “To”.
Laura: Sí, sí, hoy llevas todo el día sin decir el “To”.
Jose: I like get…
Laura: to…
Jose: I like to get, vale, I like to get dressing…
Chris: To get dressed up…
Jose: To get dressed up…que es disfrazarse no?
Chris: Yes, to get dressed up.
Jose: Ok, yes I like to get dressed up, because in other parties, other holiday…
Chris: Fiestas, yes, we use the word.
Jose: Like carnaval, is more usual.
Chris: Its more traditional…
Jose: Yes, yes, so the problem I think is the people in Spain (4:59) now the, the essence of Halloween.
Laura: Because it’s an American day…
Chris: So, in England is the same, in England is the same, we celebrate Halloween and now ten years ago, very few people celebrated Halloween…but…
Laura: (5:35)
Jose: Saint Patrick?
Chris: and Saint Patricks, yeah, why is saint patricks so important, I don’t know. In England the fifth of November is the important day, is a special traditional party in England and I think in Spain the first of November is an important day.
Laura: The same significate?
Chris: No, no, the fifth of November was a religious protestant catholic remembrance and in the first of November in Spain is the day of the dead, you go to the…Do you celebrate the day of the dead?
Laura: No, no.
Chris: ¿No? José do you?
Jose: The day of the dead…
Laura: El 1 de noviembre.
Jose: No, no no.
Chris: Well you go to the cemetery…
Jose: No, no, we never.
Chris: I think many people in Spain Celebrates.
Laura: A lot.
Chris: Yeah, you take the flowers, you clean the cemetery
Laura: The cemetery was full…
Chris: Yeah, yeah I can imagine the cemetery south of Valencia with tens of thousands of people, but they say it’s beautiful, you know, it’s a beautiful cemetery and it’s a beautiful day.
Jose: Yes, one day to remember.
Laura: Además huele a flores.conversaciones en ingles
Jose: One day for remember a year.
Chris: Yeah.
Jose: Because every day you have a lot of work, a lot of things for to, so a least you have one day in the year for remember people who died.
Chris: Yeah, and it’s a traditional Spanish festival…Halloween… The Simpsons, Padre de Familia, all of these things they have a Halloween episode, and the children see the Halloween so they…
Laura: Cada vez más, sí.conversaciones en ingles
Jose: Young people like fiesta
Laura: Falla, fallas, falla
Chris: The traditional.
Jose: If I want to go out with my friends it’s a very good day, it’s a excusa..
Laura: Ah excusa…
Chris: a good excuse.
Jose: A good excuse for a go out.
Chris: A good excuse to go out.
Jose: A good excuse for…
Chris: No.
Jose: To…
Laura: De festival, de festival.
Jose: A good excuse to go out with the friends, so…
Chris: Las fallas…
Jose: Yes, the same and…
Chris: Are you a fallero?
Jose: No, no, but I go to the fallas…i don’t want (8:41) I want go to…
Chris: Yeah, it’s a good excuse..Laura are you fallera, have you been fallera?
Laura: No, never.
Jose: I do the paella.
Laura: ¿Paella? Encasado
Jose: Im a cooker….
Chris: A Chef.
Jose: A Chef. My friends call me please, José come here, we will go a big paella…
Laura: (9:10)
Jose: Yes.
Chris: One day, one day…you can make a paella
Jose: Do you like paella?
Chris: yeah, I do, yeah I love…
Jose: We will, I will cook a paella for us.
Chris: Perfect, that sounds like a good idea actually, I think I would like a.
Jose: You can come with your son
Laura: son.
Jose: And you with mate….
Laura: Mate y Nicola..
Chris: yeah, has dicho you can come with your son. Your son.
Jose: No, he dicho san porque creía que era hijo….
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