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Jofre Homedes Libro. Seller Inventory M Dust Jacket Condition: Nuevo. I started to sing and play guitar at 12 years old. In I began to sing in littles pubs from Barcelona until now.
In I composed my first song for the spanish version of Sesame Street. After that I have composed a lot of songs for television children's shows. What was the first concert you ever went to? I don't remember exactly the first concert. But I remember one of these terrific concerts.
Pink Floyd in Barcelona with my brother Sergio.
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What gear do you use? I work with different kinds of instruments. I work with different condenser microphones as SE Electronics A. I also use an Ibanez bass guitar and different electric and classical guitars.
Who was your biggest musical influence growing up? I love different kind of music.
Find a copy in the library
Everything influences me. Are you in a band? Try picking out any quote that strikes your fancy and translating it into Spanish. Many DVDs these days have Spanish dubbing and subtitling available. Once you have your settings in place, you might try pausing the DVD to repeat certain phrases or speaking along with the DVD. Either option will help you build your vocabulary and skills. Whenever you watch a movie, jot down your favorite quotes. This can be on your phone, in a notebook or even on flash cards. If the quote is already in Spanish, jot down the English equivalent.
If the quote is in English, write your own translation into Spanish. Refer back to your favorite quotes often, and say them out loud as you look at them. People quote movies constantly in daily life. Why not jazz things up and quote them in Spanish?
Now that you know how to find quotes and what to do with them, here are some great quotes to get you started in your learning adventure. These movie quotes will get you learning in a fun way! And for more fun video-based learning, check out FluentU.
- Point of No Return (Adventures in Odyssey Books);
- When your Pole Star is gone, what now?.
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FluentU takes real-world videos, like music videos, commercials, news and inspiring talks, and turns them into Spanish learning experiences.