leads en español
The leads en español are a Spanish phrase that means “in English translation”. It is a simple yet effective way to take the stress out of learning English, and it is something that I highly recommend. I’m going to go ahead and tell you all about it in my next post.
I highly recommend it, but my Spanish is not perfect.
I’m not sure how I feel about it. I’ve only ever heard the phrase used a few times and I can’t seem to remember what it means, but it sounds cool.
I’ll give you a quick summary of the phrase. In English we say in Spanish “leo” and “esp” means “in” in English. So, leo and esp is actually a contraction that says in English “in English”. The lead en español then means “in Spanish.” So, let me tell you about it.
Leading the Spanish speakers on a trip, the phrase is used by the driver to get people talking in Spanish to other drivers. It is not used as a joke. The lead en español is a way of saying that the lead is going to be in the car. It is used to get people to the end of the road and to talk with the driver.
So, in the last week, I’ve had a few conversations with Spanish speakers about the lead en español. The first one was from a taxi driver who said to me, “It’s a good thing you guys can speak Spanish. I’ve never been able to speak any Spanish at all.” The second one was from a woman who told me, “I always have a problem understanding Spanish in a conversation with a Spanish speaker, because they can be so direct.
This same issue of directness can also be seen in Spanish speaking people, as well as people with no real exposure to Spanish at all. I was talking to a friend a few days ago, and the conversation went as follows: The driver was talking to a person on the other side of the car, and I was trying to ask her about something.
And while it’s true that I often ask Spanish speakers about things before I ask them in English, it’s also true that I’ve always had a problem understanding Spanish because I can be so direct. One of the common reasons that people ask questions in a direct way is because they have a strong sense of urgency or they’re so tense or they’re so busy. They don’t have time to think.
And that is why I have had so many people ask me how to say “I love you.” I could always tell them that it was the wrong way, but they would still ask. And I just always said that I love you, and then I would say “I love you like a brother.
I am not a native Spanish speaker so I could probably do better than that. But I promise that I will do my best to be more direct with you. I think that is important. So if you feel like you need to say things in a direct way, just say it like you would say it in Spanish.