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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Did you get it right?

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Monday at 04:44 AM
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Hola Sean,


Thank you for sharing.

Don't worry ! We will get there together.

Sigamos practicando!


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Carla

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Sean
Sunday at 12:27 PM
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Tough.

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Monday at 12:21 PM
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Hola elijah,


Thank you for your comments.

We hope you're enjoying the lessons.

Please let us know if you have any question or doubt.

Sigamos practicando!


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Carla

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elijah
Tuesday at 08:36 AM
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also i got it right.

elijah
Tuesday at 08:34 AM
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ayudar kind of sounds like are you there.

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Saturday at 01:12 PM
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Hola Esteban,


"le" is an indirect object pronoun, you could put the "le" out and the sentence would mean the same. But "le" can also emphasis the action of the sentence.


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Carla

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Esteban
Tuesday at 03:39 PM
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The first sentence in the script is

Un hombre le está hablando a una clínica por teléfono.


Would you tell me what purpose "le" has in the sentence? Would the sentence have the same meaning without "le"? Does "le" refer to "a una clinica"?

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Saturday at 12:25 PM
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Hola Ray,


Thank you for your comment.


The sentence "¿Hasta qué hora están abiertos hoy?" is translated / equivalent in English to: What time do you close today?

It is not a direct translation but the meaning is the same. There are questions such as this one that cannot be translated literally,

another example is: ¿Qué hora es? - What time is it? [the word "hora" means hour. the word time in Spanish is "tiempo"]


Let us know if you have questions!

Laura

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Ray
Thursday at 01:46 AM
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Doesn't abiertos translate as "open"? Doesn't "¿Hasta qué hora están abiertos hoy?" translate as "Until what time are you open?" instead of "What time do you close?"