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Es un oso negro trepando a un árbol.
|Elaine Sanz, |
It is the top of a sombrero looking down on it from above. Correct?
I heard that Spanish is the only language that does this; use the ¿ and ? Can somebody correct me if that is not true? I sort of wish English did it because you get near the end of a question sometimes and then realize it is a ...
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SanzThanks a lot Auser! Let me give...
AuserYo voy (a ser) un cantante Yo voy a (hacer) un collagea ser = to become / be
I'll be good! / ¡voy a ser bueno!
hacer = to do / to make
I'm going to make a cake / voy a hacer un...
I want to thank you for always going the extra mile when it comes to trying to help learners of the language. You always add an English translation and the meaning of the Spanish word. You are VERY helpful. Thank you from me. ...
|Elaine Thank you Angelica. That is very kind.|
|Elaine Les, |
There are many instructions here in the forum on how to get the accents above the letters. Just browse around the forum and you will find a wealth of information to uncover. They are all treasures to be discovered. Enjoy.
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The name "Jorge" would sound like "Hor-Hay." The Spanish "J" has an "H" sound and so does the "G" in this name. Be careful, the letter "G" does not always sound like a "H." It can sometimes sounds like the "G" in gato .
I have taken spanish courses at the college near me. I also have bought some CD's to hear the pronunciation and books from the book store to help with verb conjugations and grammar. I am big on books. Get all you can get your hands on ...