Skip to content

Episode 122: Learning Mexican Spanish through Culture (Interview with Nayeli Mulato, Zaloa Languages)

    Share with a friend / Comparte con un amigo

    Episode 122

    Learning Mexican Spanish through Culture (Interview with Nayeli Mulato, Zaloa Languages)

    En este episodio nuestra invitada es Nayeli Mulato, ella es mexicana y COO en Zaloa languages.

    Ella nos cuenta cómo fue que decidió aprender otros idiomas y a enseñarlos a las personas.

    Hablamos sobre las principales culturas indígenas de México, las diferentes lenguas y dialectos que se hablan en México e influencia de las culturas indígenas en la lengua que se habla actualmente en el país. 

    Nos enseña algunas palabras del español mexicano y hablamos sobre el Día de los Muertos y el origen de la palabra chocolate (qué rico ????).

    In this episode our guest is Nayeli Mulato from Mexico, COO at Zaloa Languages. She tells us how she decided to learn and teach foreign languages.

    We talk about the indigenous cultures of Mexico, the different languages and dialects spoken in Mexico, and the influence of indigenous cultures on the language spoken in the country today.

    She teaches us some Mexican Spanish words and we talk about the Day of the Dead and the origin of the word chocolate (yum!).

    Note: This episode is in Spanish. To get the full transcript and English translation, sign up to be a show supporter.


    Learn Spanish the Way It's Really Spoken!

    Get your nose out of textbooks and start speaking Spanish!

    Join 2,802 other aspiring bilinguals that are learning to speak Spanish with real people.

    We'll send our best advice and resources for how to learn conversational Spanish, PLUS giveaways of the best resources for learning Spanish directly to your inbox.

    Powered by ConvertKit