Learn Spanish with songs - Por ti

Learn Spanish with songs - Por ti
Two women form this group: Ella Baila Sola. In fact, as far as I know, they stopped their musical carrer some years ago. Their voices are sweet and, specially, in this song, "Por ti", they sing slowly enough, something quite important for you, Spanish students! I discovered they have no official website, but I found some information about them (in Spanish) here:
Ella Baila Sola - Wikipedia
"Por ti" is a song with lots of feelings. No need to say I love it. So, I thought it could be a good option for you. By clicking on the widget above, you can listen to a piece of the song / you can buy from Amazon.com On the other hand, if you prefer, you can watch and listen to "Por ti" on YouTube. This is the video:

A very good exercise, if you want to learn vocabulary, is listening to the song and trying to write what you understand. Listen to the song as much as you need it. Almost all verbs in "Por ti" are in present tense, so you won't find it very difficult. About the rest of the words, well, listen, listen, listen, and when you think you have that word, go to any online dictionary and type it. WordReference.com is a good option, as for every word you look for, you'll find, on the left margin, a list of approximations, and I think it will help you a lot. (And please... Try not to look for the lyrics on the net! ) ;-)
When you finally had understood all you can, now, yes, that's the time to look for and read the lyrics.

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