I will teach you the most common vocabulary & phrases related to banking, money exchange, and the money world in general in SPANISH! Whether you live in a country where people speak Spanish and you want to feel more comfortable when talking to the teller, or you are talking on the phone with the bank’s representative, or you are travelling in a Spanish-speaking country and need to exchange your dollars, euros, or pounds for pesos, this class has been tailored for you. Watching this lesson will help you with your Spanish learning in general -- with your money vocabulary learning in Spanish specifically -- but will also help you navigate the Spanish financial world. And this, honestly, could be a bit complicated and different from your country. In this lesson, I will also give you some tips about what to do, and what not to do when dealing with people in Spanish when money is part of the talk. So, as we native Spanish speakers say, you will kill two birds with one shot by watching this class.
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Do not forget to watch more of my lessons. You can combine this lesson with one that is related to this topic. Below, I have added some suggestions:
1. Por ejemplo, if someone calls you on the phone, and you are exchanging money at the bank, you can say: "Estoy cambiando dinero en el banco." For that you need to learn Spanish gerunds:
2. You can learn a handy lesson about all the equivalents for "How much is it?" we have in Spanish, depending on the type of place you are, with this lesson:
3. Maybe you want to deal with big numbers and dates, and I have the solution in this video:
4. Perhaps you are just beginning learning Spanish, and for that you need the very basics, the numbers from 1 to 100:
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