Si te gusta el café, esta clase de listening es para ti. Hoy tenemos un video corto con mucho vocabulario relacionado con café. Además, (y por fin!!) tiene subtítulos en inglés para que puedan seguir lo que se dice con el texto. De todos modos, incluimos la misma transcripción a continuación del video por si quieren imprimirlo y estudiar aparte.


“Hi, guys. I’m Barb from Dilo en Inglés, and I’m here to talk to y’all about my favorite cup of joe.
If you don’t know what “cup of joe” is, it’s another way of saying “cup of coffee.”
So, here I have a cup of coffee.
In my house we usually have two types of coffee.
One is instant which is this one right here.
This one is decaf.
And, then, we have this one which is…real coffee beans.
What I like to do is to buy real coffee beans and grind them.
When they’re freshly ground, I put them inside of this here.
This is a French-press thermos.
So, what I do is put the fresh coffee beans in here
with hot water. Then, you seal it,
and you press.
And, you have a fresh cup of coffee whenever you want.
What I love about this thermos is the fact that
it keeps my coffee warm for a very, very, very long time…
because I don’t like cold coffee.
I know they’re a thing called “frappe.”
I’ve never tasted a frappe. I don’t know if it tastes any good.
Maybe it does. I have no idea because I like my coffee hot.
I also don’t like to put creamers and milk and things like that inside my coffee.
I will drink a latte because I love latte art.
Yes, I’m one of “those” people, I know. I’m so sorry.
I love latte art because I think it’s amazing that you can get
a cup of milk and put it inside a cup of coffee and just
make these amazing designs.
But, usually, my favorite will always be a nice and simple
shot of espresso with a little bit of water.
So, guys, I wonder what your favorite cup of coffee is.
Let us know in the comments below.
Bye, guys.”

See you soon!

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