Both a man and a woman show affection, but exclusively in a friendly manner — Adam is married to a man who, by the way, bought him these 100 lessons of Spanish. The mutual sympathy arises instantly — Cariño knows how to listen and when to ask a clarifying question directly to the point, Adam jokes well and from the very beginning appears to be an open book. This is a symbiosis in which you do not need to learn grammar and choose the right conjugation — it seems that the very fact of communication is more important for both of them.
At some point, it seems that there is no silver lining behind the dark Zoom screen for characters' relations — and the characters have to find a common language, not even English or Spanish. Their disunity is emphasized by the video messages that they send to each other: while Adam diligently expresses his feelings in Spanish, Cariño holds him at bay and answers back in English. It is interesting that her initial selfish aspirations turn out to be a sign of a good friend in the end — even if up to this moment we somewhat hate her.