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Friday at 06:30 PM
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Try making some sentences using the words from this video!

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Wednesday at 04:52 AM
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Hola Paul,


Yes, you can use "logró" too. It fits well for this type of sentence.

Let´s keep practicing.

Sigamos practicando.


Saludos,

Carla

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Paul
Wednesday at 09:17 AM
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El estudiante ya no alcanzó su objetivo, porque ya no habla español. Tiene que estudiar más.En verdad, mucho más

The student hasn't yet reached his objective, because he doesn't yet speak Spanish. He has to study more. In truth, a lot more!

(if "the student" is me, that's putting it charitably!).


Could "logró" also be used above for "alcanzó," meaning "reached" or "achieved," or is there some distinction between alcanzar y lograr that I'm not yet understanding?

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Tuesday at 10:49 AM
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Hola Lee,


Good, but what do you mean with "baba"?


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Carla

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lee j won
Saturday at 12:53 PM
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mi baba esta asistiendo a la reunion:open_mouth: