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Spanish greetings, feelings, and locations with BASHO & FRIENDS [Viewer’s Choice] – ¿Cómo te llamas?


“What is your name?” What is your name? What is your name? What is your name? What is your name? What is your name? What is your name? What is your name? What is your name? What is your name? What is your name? What is your name? What is your name? My name is Basho His name is Diz His name is Mr. Monkey Man His name is Cosmo My name is Basho His name is Diz His name is Mr. Monkey Man His name is Cosmo How do you feel? How do you feel? How do you feel? How do you feel? How do you feel? How do you feel? How do you feel? How do you feel? How do you feel? How do you feel? How do you feel? How do you feel? I feel happy I feel sad I am hungry I am hot I am cold I am scared I am tired I am annoyed Where do you live? Where do you live? Where do you live? Where do you live? Where do you live? Where do you live? Where do you live? Where do you live? Where do you live? Where do you live? Where do you live? Where do you live? I live in Oakland I live in San Francisco I live in Houston In San Diego I live in New York I live in Miami I live in Denver And where do you live?!

Stephen Childs

86 Comments

  1. Great idea.  Simple song, but too bad the "Student Actors"  aren't very enthusiastic.  It looks like they don't even know the words. 

  2. hi basho we are learning spanish in the UAE.I like all of your songs and I like dancing and can I ask can you make a song about the vocabulary of an house.you are ausome.

  3. We LOVE your videos!!!!! I am a Spanish Immersion kindergarten teacher and use your videos daily!!!  As a class, we've come up with a list of things we'd love to see videos about (en espanol):  tying shoes, manners (por favor, gracias, de nada, salud, con permiso…), washing hands, being safe, germs and hygiene, cleaning up after yourself in the bathroom (wiping toilet seat, washing hands), butterfly life cycle, another shape video to include (cuadrado, rectangulo, triangulo, rombo, ovalo, hexagano, circulo, y posiblemente cono, cylinder, y cubo), adding to 5 or 10 (or both), and filling another persons "bucket" (doing kind things for other people).  Thank you so much Basho!!!  From- The Zebras and Piglets in Sra. Arocha's kindergarten class!  🙂

  4. I like the video.  The one thing I feel it lacked was it didn't always give the spelling of what was being said on the screen.  It starts off great, as we learn how to say AND SPELL the Spanish equivalents for "What is your name," "My name is…," and "His name is…"   Yet, I have no idea how to spell the equivalents for "How do you feel?" or "Where do you live?"  I think those additions would have made the video better.

  5. Great video. I have a question I'm trying to find that video at the end of the guy raping the alphabet. Where can I find it?

  6. Hola Basho
    in my Spanish class we listen to you a lot and we wonder if Cosmo is your dog.

  7. Dam'n men you are perfect. It was hard for me to learn Spanish now i am going to learn with you. Thank you 🙂

  8. Thank you for this song. I make a game out of this song by passing a ball and who ever keep it at the end of the question say his/her name.

  9. This is a great channel for people to learn Spanish!! All vids are awesome and beyond!!!!!!! My class watches your vids when it's time for Spanish class and we all think your vids are great!!!!!!!! Keep up the good work!!!!!!!!!

  10. Donde vives tu:I live in San Diego thank you for putting it on here gracias muchos gracias

  11. Muchas gracias por todo tu trabajo, Basho! We use your videos on an almost daily basis in my high school Spanish 1 class. Please keep up the great work, as it has been a wonderful help to so many. Have a great day.

  12. this is bad influence on kids what if they grow up raping the abc's in spanish when they grow up!

  13. This is niko and if class u r reading this Donald Trump will probably NOSCOPE all of u not that I like him at all he will be like get me sum Doritos m9

  14. Today I asked my 19 month old… "como te llamas" and she said "tu", pointed at me and started dancing. I loved it…

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