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Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows

Are you interested in soccer? Do you have a brother you want to strangle several times a day? If you answered Yes to either of these two questions, Club de Cuervos is the perfect show for you. Learn Spanish while you laugh with Isabel and Chava Iglesias, two siblings who inherited the Cuervos de Nuevo Toledo, their father's soccer club. Watch as the siblings compete with each other for the team's presidency, and how their decisions affect anyone who gets in their way. This Lingopie guide will allow you to explore vocabulary as you watch each episode. Here you will find new words, Mexican slang and even a fun quiz to test your knowledge about the show. So, what are you waiting for to get started?


¿Estás interesado en el fútbol? ¿Tienes un hermano al que te provoca ahorcar varias veces al día? Si respondiste Sí a alguna de estas dos preguntas, Club de Cuervos es la serie perfecta para ti. Aprende español mientras te ríes con Isabel y Chava Iglesias, dos hermanos que heredan a los Cuervos de Nuevo Toledo , el club de fútbol de su padre. Mira cómo los hermanos compiten entre ellos por alcanzar la presidencia del equipo, y cómo sus decisiones afectan a todo aquel que se les cruce en el camino. Esta guía de Lingopie te permitirá explorar vocabulario mientras ves cada episodio. Aquí podras encontrar palabras nuevas, jerga Mexicana e incluso un divertido quiz para poner a prueba tu conocimiento acerca de la serie, así que, ¿Qué estás esperando para empezar?

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As heard on Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows

I don't trust it

You know how people say you should trust your instincts? This expression is used when you have a bad feeling about something but you don't actually know why. So, next time someone offers you a really good deal and you're like 'Hmm, this is kind of suspicious' you can say: 'Esto me da mala espina'. On the contrary, if you're feeling good about something you can say: 'Esto me da buena espina'

To ignore everything

The exact translation to this phrase would be To pass everything by the balls. In reality, it means to ignore something or someone. When Félix tells Chava 'No te vas a pasar todo por los huevos' he's saying he won't allow him to ignore everyone and make decisions without consulting someone first.

What's up

These two words are heard multiple times a day if you're in Mexico, so if you want to sound like a native speaker you should start using them! We know that 'What a fart' sounds like a weird thing to be said so frequently but for anyone who speaks spanish it's just a casual way to say 'what's up'. This phrase can also be said in an incredulous tone like. 'Qué pedo, güey', which basically means 'What the hell, dude'

It's hard

This phrase is extremely common in Mexico and it can either be a good or a bad thing. So if you just took a really difficult test you could say 'El examen estuvo cañón' but also if someone showed you a cool project they've been working on you could say: '¡Güey, está cañón!'. So really, it all depends on the context!

To beat up

If someone ever says this to you, this means they're about to beat you up. This phrase can be heard mostly when people are fighting and it works perfectly well as a threat, but you can also use it for yourself. For example, imagine you're on your bike, you're going a little too fast and you suddenly realize the brakes aren't working, that's a perfect situation where you could think 'Me voy a partir la madre'

Make a fuss

Chava says this to Isabel several times throughout the show to get her to leave him alone and stop nagging him. 'No vayas a armar un pedo por esto' means 'don't make a fuss about this' . Keep in mind that 'pedo' has dozens of meanings in Mexico, so this is just one example of how it can be used. There's also: '¿Qué pedo, güey?' (What the hell, dude?) or 'Todos estábamos bien pedos' (We were all pretty drunk) ... and many more!

To help

The phrase literally means to give someone a hand, so you hear it often when anyone is asking for help. Someone could say 'Ey, échame una mano' which means 'Hey, give me a hand' or if you're the one offering help you can ask '¿Quieres que te eche una mano?' (Do you want me to give you a hand?)

No way

This is also an expression that can have multiple meanings, but it is often used when you're surprised or incredulous about something. It can also mean 'don't mess around' or 'Don't lie to me'. If you're watching the show you probably know that basically half of Chava's vocabulary consists of this phrase said with different tones and almost everytime accompanied by 'Güey': 'No mames, güey' (No way, dude)

I don't care

You can use this phrase when you want to let someone know you really couldn't care less about something. It's not a very formal expression so don't go around saying it to your boss when he asks for your insight on something! But let's say if someone is insulting you, you can go ahead and tell them you don't care by saying: 'Me vale madres'

Test your knowledge:

10 Multiple choice questions

1 of 10

¿Cuál es el apellido de Hugo, el asistente de Chava?

2 of 10

3 of 10

¿En qué equipo jugaba Aitor Cardoné antes de los Cuervos?

4 of 10

¿Cuál fue el primer error grave que cometió Chava como presidente?

5 of 10

¿Con quién está casada Isabel?

6 of 10

¿En dónde fue a trabajar Isabel cuando renunció a los Cuervos?

7 of 10

¿Qué significa 'Güey'?

9 of 10

¿En qué ciudad se desarrolla la serie?

10 of 10

¿Cuál fue el objetivo de Chava al llegar a la presidencia?


Learn while you watch

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 1

Ep. 1

A family tragedy starts the war between Isabel and Chava Iglesias for the presidency of the Cuervos.

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 2

Ep. 2

Isabel tries to get used to life without the Crows while Felix and Chava try to clean up the mess with the press

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 3

Ep. 3

Chava imposes his ideas for the team without consulting anyone, Isabel tries to get rid of Mary Luz and Tony finds a solution so that Goyo lets him make his debut

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 4

Ep. 4

Isabel tries to recover the Cuervo's the biggest sponsor, a chauvinist, sexist man who doesn't take her seriously. Goyo discovers the true identity of 'Susanita'

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 5

Ep. 5

Felix questions his job while looking for a new coach. Chava decides to impress a reporter by giving her access to private details about his life and the player's lives

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 6

Ep. 6

The Cuervos prepare for a decisive match, Rafa plays for the last time before retiring and Chava decides to investigate Mary Luz

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 7

Ep. 7

Chava meets someone who will help him achieve his goals for the team, meanwhile Felix plans the next lineup

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 8

Ep. 8

A behind-the-scenes look of the Cuervos is shown on TV after the arrival of the famous Aitor Cardoné at the club

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 9

Ep. 9

Isabel faces the consequences of the documentary while Chava enjoys the benefits of having Aitor as a friend. Moisés has doubts about his place in the team

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 10

Ep. 10

The team has trouble accepting Aitor, Isabel fights against being excluded and Potro's jealousy continues to cause problems

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 11

Ep. 11

Felix faces the management of the team alone while Chava enjoys the new arrival

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 12

Ep. 12

It's Chava's 30th birthday, Aitor gets involved in a scandal and Isabel takes advantage of a great opportunity

Club de Cuervos | Club of Crows Season 1 Episode 13

Ep. 13

The rivalry between Isabel and Chava reaches an all-time high and Mary Luz intervenes

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