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Spanish Slang That Only Young People Use | Easy Spanish 287

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In this episode Sara and José ask locals in Spain about Spanish slang phrases and colloquial expressions that young people use.

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Our language changes constantly, and no small thanks to the innovative spirit of today’s youth. In Spain, there are a whole host of expressions that we can scarcely understand, ranging from colourful “muletillas” or “filler words” to unique jargon derived from other language influences and pop culture. Sara and José have been getting to grips with some of these modern phrases starting out from the aptly named Plaza de la Juventud in Barcelona. They also ask our interviewees about expressions that used to be common, but have fallen out of fashion, as well as for some of the origins behind them!

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Subtitle translation: we try to translate our subtitles into English in the most literal way possible, without losing the meaning. While it may not always produce the best-sounding translation, we hope you find this useful as it should reduce the need for a dictionary or grammar book to understand every sentence.

Host of this episode: Sara Delgado, José Mora Landívar
Editing: Rodrigo Dada
Camera: Harry Sumner
Translation: Harry Sumner, Johnny Yeldham
Transcripts: Agustín Tripodi
Proofreading: José Mora Landívar
Producer: Francisco A. Soza
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