This is episode number four, which is part of a series of topics related to Latino culture. On this podcast we will talk about the origin of the term Latin America. We will also learn how two Spanish-speaking countries use the same word but refer to two different things: “tinto”. And at the end of this episode, we will answer some of the questions that you guys have already been sent to us.
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Este episodio hace parte de la serie de temas relacionados con la cultura latina. En este podcast hablaremos del origen del término América Latina. Continuaremos estudiando las diferencias en el uso de palabras por parte de las naciones de habla hispana, en donde es común que la misma palabra tenga distintos significados de acuerdo al país. En este programa aprenderás el uso de la palabra: “tinto”.
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