Expresiones idiomáticas: Blind date
 



 


Hey this is Joel from http://www.inglesavanzado.org. In this lesson, I want to talk about what a “blind date” is. 2 words: blind date.

Now, “blind” means “ciego” in Spanish – you can’t see anything. And “date” can have some different meanings, but in this context, “date” or “a date” is when you go out with somebody to a restaurant, in kind of a romantic way. So it would be “cita” in Spanish.

So, a “blind date” is when you go on a date but you don’t know the person. It’s usually when a friend has set you up with somebody else, a friend has told you, “Hey I know somebody that you might like. Let me give you her number or let me set up a time for you guys to meet.”

So, you go and you meet this person, for the first time, on your date. So that’s a “blind date.”

Well, I hope that this was interesting for you. And don’t forget to check out Http://www.inglesavanzado.org for more lessons, my mp3 conversational course, and native English speakers who you can practice with and get corrections.

Thanks for watching.

 

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