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Car problems, en español Posted by on Feb 3, 2012

¡Hola! ¿Cómo les va todo? We’re having great and warm weather here in Bebedouro (Brazil) and, as it’s summetime, it rains a lot. I was driving around town on Sunday evening when it started to rain and I saw this car in the middle of the street. It had surely broken down and its owner…

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Talking about the (heavy) traffic in Spanish Posted by on Aug 4, 2011

Ah, the traffic! We’ve all had a bad time during rush hour and today we’re going to learn how to speak about this en español, ¿de acuerdo? So first check out this little dialog between two friends stuck in traffic. A: Odio conducir cuando el tránsito está congestionado. (I hate driving in such heavy traffic.)…

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Spanish Lesson Beginner 18 Verbo Ir and transport Posted by on Jun 15, 2011

¡Hola a todos! Today we are going to look at the Spanish verb “Ir” (“to go”), some useful transport vocabulary in Spanish and sentences related to “Ir”: Ir: To go: (yo) voy: I go (tú) vas: You go (friendly) (usted) va: You go (formal) (él/ella) va: He/She goes (nosotros/as) vamos: We go (vosotros/as) váis: You…

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At a service station Posted by on Mar 8, 2011

Hey, how have you all been? Let’s suppose you’re traveling in a Spanish-speaking country. You decide to rent a car and here are some useful sentences when you go to a service station. As you don’t know where things are, you can start by asking where the service station is: ¿Hay una estación de servicio…

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