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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.
Estás escuchando el informe del tiempo.
¿Cuál es el pronóstico?
Va a estar soleado toda la manaña. Pero en la tarde se va a nublar, y va a llover desde la noche hasta la madrugada de manaña, cuando el sol debe salir nuevamente.
¿Cuál es el pronóstico?
Estás escuchando el informe del tiempo.
¿Cuál es el pronóstico?
Va a estar soleado toda la manaña. Pero en la tarde se va a nublar, y va a llover desde la noche hasta la madrugada de manaña, cuando el sol debe salir nuevamente.
Did you get it right?
I hope you learned something from this quiz.
Let us know if you have any questions.
See you next time!

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Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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Did you get it right?

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Monday at 11:59 am
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Hola Desiree,


Thank you for your question.

"we will have" can be "tendremos" or "nosotros tendremos" literally.

Remember translating cannot be literal, sometimes depending on the context the words can change and confuse you. But is important you understand the meaning or idea of the sentence.


Sigamos practicando.

Carla

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Desiree
Saturday at 10:20 pm
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Estoy confundido. ¿Hay formas múltiples a podrían decir ... we will have... en español? Escucho va a estar soleado, pero yo habría usado ... tenemos soleado.


(I know this is very wrong, feel free to correct what I'm attempting to write.) :-)


I'm confused. Are there multiple ways to say "we will have" in Spanish? I heard "va a estar soleado" to mean we'll have sunny weather. I would have used tenemos soleado to mean the same thing. I assume I'm wrong. Can you explain?


Thanks!!

Desiree

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Sunday at 11:52 am
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Hola Caro,


Thank you for your comment.

"debe" can mean must or should. It would depend on the context.

Sigamos practicando!


Saludos,

Carla

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Caro
Sunday at 1:56 pm
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That you for the video! I am just wonderung how the last sentence in the forecast is build:


It says: cuando el sol debe salir nuevamente


Could it also be said: "cuando el sol va a salir nuevamente" ?

I always thought that deber is like "must".


I would appreciate if you could help me in this case :-)


Saludos


Caro