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Let's look at some more examples.
Listen and repeat or speak along with the native speakers.
Ángel Salazar Almonte: No, no soy estudiante. Soy inversionista.
Ángel Salazar Almonte: No, no soy estudiante. Soy inversionista.
Emma López: No, no soy maestra. Soy estudiante.
Emma López: No, no soy maestra. Soy estudiante.
Mark Lee: No, no soy maestro. Soy ingeniero.
Mark Lee: No, no soy maestro. Soy ingeniero.
Raquel Ramírez Arce: No, no soy enfermera. Soy doctora.
Raquel Ramírez Arce: No, no soy enfermera. Soy doctora.
Víctor Trejo: No, no soy estudiante. Soy maestro.
Víctor Trejo: No, no soy estudiante. Soy maestro.
Amelia Arce Bernal: No, soy barista.
Amelia Arce Bernal: No, soy barista.
Did you notice how the last speaker omits no soy estudiante?
Amelia Arce Bernal: No, soy barista. No, I'm barista. No, soy barista.
When directly responding to someone's question, it’s often possible to omit part of the response.
Here by simply answering No, "no," you can omit no soy estudiante, "I’m not a student."
This pattern is
No, soy {actual occupation}.
"No, I'm {actual occupation}."
No, soy {actual occupation}.
You should be aware of this pattern, but for this lesson, we'll use the pattern
No, no soy {occupation}. Soy {actual occupation}.
"No, I'm not {occupation}. I'm {actual occupation}."
No, no soy {occupation}. Soy {actual occupation}.

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Let's look at some more examples.
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