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Which is the correct way to say "write it down"? a. *lo escribo * or b. *escribalo* :roll:
1 reply - Last post by Hombre - April 7, 2006
In lession 3.3 it sounds like Mauricio is saying "hace muchA calor" rather than "hace muchO calor". Am I hearing the lesson corectly? Tony
5 replies - Last post by AnthonyLouis - March 18, 2006
What a word! A friend of mine, helping with my Spanish wrote and used the phrase ....que voy andar de viaje. I assumed it meant that he would be traveling around the country. When I went to look it up, I found that there were many permutations of &qu...
1 reply - Last post by Tom5 - February 17, 2006
" Yo voy a casa " Do you pronounce the s in casa as " s" or as " ss" ? Thanks
2 replies - Last post by Antonio - February 10, 2006
I was recently chatting with someone from Chile and he used the word "fome" which I could not find in my dictionary. In context it seemed to mean "boring". Is this correct? Tony
1 reply - Last post by AnthonyLouis - February 8, 2006
¿como se deletrear el slang word cool? it is used in the interactive audio but i do not know how to download the transcript. it sounds like it should be chevre.
1 reply - Last post by (deleted) - February 6, 2006
I want to know spanish when i talk with spanish people but i need some help! is neone wellin to help me?
1 reply - Last post by steffy12 - January 12, 2006