Link to episode: Let’s Talk Spanish Episode 42 – Hoy, he hecho (Using the Perfect Tense)

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[Introducción en inglés]

[Interludio]

En este episodio quiero hablar sobre lo que he hecho hoy, porque he hecho mucho.

Hoy he leído mi libro. Leo un libro muy interesante y cautivador en este momento, así que hoy he leído treinta páginas de mi libro. He leído mi libro en mi jardín porque ha hecho mucho sol.

He trabajado mucho a lo largo del día. Suelo trabajar en mi portátil en mi dormitorio y ha sido un día muy exitoso.

Además de trabajar, he tenido que ir al supermercado para comprar papel higiénico, pan y aceite.

Cada día veo la tele y hoy he visto tres episodios de un programa en la tele. He visto una comedia muy graciosa que me ha gustado mucho, y en general me gustan las comedias.

Siempre como mucho, y hoy he comido mucha comida rica. Para el desayuno, he comido unas medialunas con mantequilla y mermelada de fresa. Luego, he comido guacamole con huevos y tostadas también. Mi madre ha cocinado una cena deliciosa de pollo con pimientos y arroz – siempre cocina bien.

Mis hermanos han ido a la escuela y han estudiado durante el día. Después de la escuela, han visto una película y luego mi madre y mis hermanos han ido a caminar.

Yo también he pasado mucho tiempo con ellos. Hemos jugado algunos juegos en el jardín y en su dormitorio, y luego hemos preparado un pastel. Nos gusta mucho preparar pasteles y otra comida juntos, y siempre es muy divertido. Es más, hemos compartido unos dulces y chocolate.

Mi madre ha trabajado hoy. Trabaja en un supermercado, y tiene que trabajar 4 días a la semana.

Hoy, mi amigo ha ido al cine con su novia. Han visto una película de acción y han comprado dos bebidas y dos perritos calientes. 

Qué has hecho tú hoy?

Muchas gracias por escuchar, y nos vemos en el próximo episodio. Adiós!

[Interludio]

[Outro en inglés]

Link to episode: Let’s Talk Spanish Episode 42 – Hoy, he hecho (Using the Perfect Tense)

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[Intro in English]

[Interlude]

In this episode, I want to talk about what I have done today because I have done a lot.

Today I have read my book. I am reading a very interesting and captivating book right now, so today I have read thirty pages of my book. I read my book in my garden because it has been very sunny.

I have worked a lot throughout the day. I usually work on my laptop in my bedroom and it has been a very successful day.

In addition to working, I have had to go to the supermarket to buy toilet paper, bread and oil.

Every day I watch TV and today I have watched three episodes of a program on TV. I’ve watched a very funny comedy that I really liked, and in general, I like comedies.

I always eat a lot, and today I have eaten lots of delicious food. For breakfast, I ate some croissants with butter and strawberry jam. Then, I ate guacamole with eggs and toast as well. My mother has cooked a delicious chicken dinner with peppers and rice – she always cooks well.

My brothers have gone to school and studied during the day. After school, they watched a movie and then my mother and my brothers went for a walk.

I have also spent a lot of time with them. We have played some games in the garden and in their bedroom, and then we have prepared a cake. We really like making cakes and other food together, and it’s always a lot of fun. What’s more, we have shared some sweets and chocolate.

My mother has worked today. She works in a supermarket, and she has to work 4 days a week.

Today, my friend went to the cinema with his girlfriend. They watched an action movie and bought two drinks and two hot dogs.

What have you done today?

Thank you very much for listening, and see you in the next episode. Goodbye!

[Interlude]

[Outro in English]

Link to episode: Let’s Talk Spanish Episode 42 – Hoy, he hecho (Using the Perfect Tense)

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