Where applicable, exclusive discounts on purchases will be available. ’ inspired the idea,” said Marybeth Bentwood, Executive Director of Wines of Chile USA.
“We thought speed-dating would be a perfect environment for wine lovers to discover new, premium Chilean wines.
Fluent U takes real-world videos like music videos, commercials, news and inspiring talks and turns them into Spanish learning experiences. Fluent U uses a natural approach that helps you ease into the Spanish language and culture over time.
You’ll learn Spanish as it’s actually spoken by real people.
” Don’t hesitate to sprinkle your speech with this expression to add some extra Chilean flavor to your Spanish communication.
You’ll probably startle some locals but will hopefully earn a bit of respect for attempting to go native. Now that you’ve got “yes” and “no” as well as basic conjugation under your belt, let’s explore three areas of Chilean life – dating, nightlife and work – in which you’re likely to hear the most slang… The first time a taxi driver, intrigued by your foreign accent, asks you the traditional triumvirate of questions – “Where are you from? ” “Do you have a If you liked learning all this colorful (and incredibly useful) Spanish, then you’ll love Fluent U.
Exposure dating of the shorelines reveals the existence of pluvial lake stages in the Atacama Desert during parts of the Late Pliocene and several Pleistocene interglacials (MIS 7, 9, 11, possibly 31, 87-93).
These interglacials at least partly coincide with episodes of strong sea-ice retreat or even collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
It’s a time to explore new flavors and personalities. Hosted at Total Wine & More stores, attendees enjoy an introduction to Chilean wine and sample nine premium wines that showcase the vast diversity of Chile’s terroirs, paired with artisanal cheese and charcuterie.
So, you’ve been through many years of academic drudgery. You’ve dressed up as Don Quijote (or Sancho, depending on your luck) to “practice” (or reach new heights of cringe-worthy embarrassment).
And you’ve put your language skills to the test by studying abroad in Toledo or Madrid. Between dropping every other “s” and “d” and adding extra “poh’s” at the end of words, Chileans have concocted their very own breed of incomprehensible Spanish – which even other Spanish speakers admittedly find challenging.
While we hope attendees find the love of their lives at our events, we’re confident they’ll find wines they love while meeting exciting, new people.” Love Wine, Love Chile!
Find that special someone this season, and leave playing the field to finding delicious new wines from Chile’s huge array of varieties.