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Sunday at 09:34 AM
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Hola Esteban,


Thank you for your comment!

The audio is fine, but don't feel bad. What you're doing is great, listening first and the reading.

Let's practice more and listen to other type of videos like movies and tv series, and you'll se how your listening skills will improve.


Suerte,

Carla

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Esteban
Wednesday at 02:43 PM
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One of the examples in the vocab section:


Te aconsejo que te laves los dientes despues de cada comida


To try to improve my listening skills, I cover these examples and listen first before looking at the text.. I try to understand the Spanish I hear and then repeat it without ever seeing the text.


Sometimes I am able to do this but many times there are vocabulary words I haven't learned or I am not ready for speakers speed. That should get better over time as my vocabulary and listening skills improve.


But I have problems with examples like this one where I am not hearing the speaker say exactly what is written. In the example above, it sounds like the speaker says "comina" not "comida". Would you tell me what you hear? Is the problem that (1) the speaker really says "comina" instead of "comida"; (2) some problem with the quality of the audio; or (3) my hearing is bad?


Eventually, I hope my listening skills are good enough that I would know the speaker means to say "comida" just by the context of the sentence? But for now, I really wish you would tell me what you hear when you listen to the audio of this example.

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Sunday at 09:31 AM
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Hola Lee,


In Spanish they are "brakets" or "frenos".


Suerte,

Carla

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lee j won
Thursday at 09:40 AM
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how do you say 'braces' in spanish? my teeth is twisted, so next year when i'm on six grade my mom will do braces.:sweat_smile: also how do you say 'my teeth is twisted'?:grin:

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Saturday at 03:36 PM
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Hola Lora,


They mean the same, but "cabello" is use for human hair and "pelo" for animas hair.

Though is very common to hear people saying "pelo" instead of "cabello"


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Lora
Wednesday at 02:44 AM
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What is the difference between "cabello" and "pelo"?

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Tuesday at 02:12 PM
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Hola Lee,


They are articles, "el" is for masculines nouns and "la" for feminine nouns.


Suerte,

Carla

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lee j won
Thursday at 02:35 PM
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hola! me llamo lee! ( hi i'm lee!)

i have a question what does el and la exactly mean?!?

lessons great

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