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HABLEMOS Ep.1 (Spanish Learners Video Podcast): La Música Urbana



The best way to better understand Spanish speakers, is to listen to one. Listen to this video and see if you can understand what is being said. If it is too difficult for you, English captions are available!

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  1. Thanks!!
    Quick question: at the 6 min mark you say something that sounds like "heavy" "...haciendo el Trap. Que con la (union)? de P.R and D.R porque es (jevy)?" Or something of the sort. I hear that a lot in the other things i listen to. what does it mean?

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    1. Yes Jevy in the caribbean is actually a word that is stolen from English, but spelled with Spanish phonetics. It just means really cool, or awesome. In Spain they say fuerte, but in the caribbeean they say jevy. If you want to use it to talk about a person you would change it up a bit. For example, if you saw a really stylish,handsome, "cool" guy walking around you would say Mira a ese "JEVITO/JEVO" for a girl it would be "Jeva/Jevita"

      And unión is just the coming together of people or things.

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