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SpanishPod101.com
Friday at 6:30 pm
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Listeners, how do you relax in the evening after a hard day? Do you read, watch TV, cook? Let us know in Mexican Spanish!

SpanishPod101.com
Tuesday at 12:06 pm
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Hola Mercurio,


Gracias por participar.

Muy bien! Sigamos practicnado.

Si tiene alguna pregunta o duda, no dejes de escribirnos.


Saludos,

Carla

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Mercurio
Wednesday at 7:55 am
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Por la tarde, me gusta ver videos en Youtube, comer yogur helado, leer email, y estudiar espaรฑol.

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Monday at 7:50 pm
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Hola Sandy,


@Ricky,


Thank you for taking your time to leave us a comment.


Looking forward to seeing you often here.:wink:


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Cristiane

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Sandy
Saturday at 4:25 pm
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Por la tarde, me gusta sentarse en un ใ€Œkotatsuใ€ con mi esposo. ร‰l hace la mayor parte de la cocina. Nos gusta comer. (Ja, ja...) Gracias. Saludos cordiales para todos.


In the evenings, I like to sit at a kotatsu with my husband. He does most of the cooking. We like to eat. (Ha, ha...) Thanks. Best regards to (you) all. :wink:

Ricky
Saturday at 1:44 pm
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En la final el dia, yo tomar una ducha, despues, comer la cena con mi mujer, cuando termiar la cena lavarnos los platos antes sentirnos en la sofa y mirar la television, con mis pies en la mesa para discanar

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Thursday at 12:18 pm
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Hola Jackie & Allie,


Gracias por compartir.

A mi me gusta ver una pelรญcula o leer un libro. Sobre todo estar lejos de la compu por un rato.


Saludos,

Carla

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Allie
Saturday at 1:02 am
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En la noche me gusta concinar y relaxe con mi familia.... despues limpo la cocina.... :)

In the evening I like to cook and relax with my family.... after i clean the kitchen .

Jackie
Friday at 6:44 pm
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Jackie. En la noche me gusta cocinar y leer para relajarse.

Gracias

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Wednesday at 10:57 am
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Hola Alyss,


Thank you for your comment.

Mexican Spanish is use in many cases as latin American Spanish. The only difference with all the other Latin American countries are the accents and the uses of some words. But mainly we can all understand each other with no problem.

BTW, "durmiendo" is the adverb of the verb "dormir" and "duerme" is the conjugation verb of "dormir".


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Carla

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Alyss
Saturday at 11:20 am
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So I've been learning Spanish from various sources and I notice that this site says Mexican Spanish and I'm not sure what kind of Spanish I've been learning. I wanna say Latin American but is there a way I can be sure? I don't want to end up trying to talk and using words from multiple languages and making no sense. For example this site uses durmiendo and I learned it duerme. Is Durmiendo a variation like how you can say he/they/we in spanish or is it how two different languages have a words that is similar and means the same thing?