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How are your Spanish listening skills?
First you’ll see an image and hear a question.
Next comes a short dialogue.
Listen carefully and see if you can answer correctly.
We’ll show you the answer at the end.
Una mujer está esperando por un hombre.
¿En dónde esperará la mujer?
Hola, perdón pero llegaré treinta minutos tarde.
Está bien, esperaré por tí en la cafetería.
¿La cafetería? En dónde está?
Está junto a la librería. Hay una panadería enfrente.
Perfecto.
¿En dónde esperará la mujer?
Una mujer está esperando por un hombre.
¿En dónde esperará la mujer?
Hola, perdón pero llegaré treinta minutos tarde.
Está bien, esperaré por tí en la cafetería.
¿La cafetería? En dónde está?
Está junto a la librería. Hay una panadería enfrente.
Perfecto.
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I hope you learned something from this quiz.
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Are u having server problems?? I have been unable to load #13 and others in absolute beginners Spanish {choosing a place to wait in Mexico).

Thanks, Joe kosh