Somehow it always seems more difficult to buy food in other countries. We just get used to how everything is done in our home country: park in front of the supermarket, grab the cart, choose your fruits and vegetables, get your packaged meat, find a loaf of bread, pick up a carton of milk. Easy, right? Wrong. Little nuances in how shopping is different can make things more difficult.
These shopping challenges are even greater than learning the pronunciation of nasal diphthongs, which is the language topic of this lesson. We’re sure that Valdo and Michelle with help us with both.
PODCAST LINK: Lesson 08