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SpanishPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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Did you ever get lost in Spain? Tell us your story!

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Spanishpod101.com
Monday at 12:43 am
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Hola Tammy and Gloria,


Thank you for your help Gloria. :smile:

Tammy, you can use both as Gloria wrote they mean the same.


Saludos,

Carla

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Gloria
Wednesday at 4:29 am
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To Tammy Lamb, I am a student of Spanish so I can only answer part of your question. Yes, you can say ¿Dónde está el cajero más cercano? instead of ¿Dónde queda el cajero más cercano? However, I do not know the difference between using estar or quedar so I asked my Mexican friend and she did there is no difference. You can use both words.


(Soy estudiante de español. Por eso puedo contestar su pregunta. Sí, usted puede usar la palabra “está” en vez de “queda.” Sin embargo, yo no sé la diferencia entre “queda” y “está.” Le pregunté a mi amiga mexicana y ella me dijo que no hay diferencia. Puede usar las dos palabras.)

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Saturday at 11:35 am
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Hola Jane,


Gracias por tu comentario!

Estamos contentos de saber que te esta siendo util nuestras herramientas de español.


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Carla

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Jane de Vries
Tuesday at 1:34 pm
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El vocabulario es muy util

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Tammy Lamb
Friday at 11:27 am
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Hopefully you can answer a question for me. In the vocabulary sample sentences, ?Donde queda el cajero mas cercano?, could you use "donde esta" and is there a difference in meaning between "donde queda" and "donde esta"? Thanks for your response.

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Tammy Lamb
Friday at 11:22 am
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Maybe it would be slow for someone that already knows quite a bit of Spanish, but it is not too slow for a beginner. The repetition of the phrases is what helps me remember them. I enjoy the lessons and learn a lot from each one. Keep up the good job!

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Cathy Korwin
Monday at 11:18 pm
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Too much introduction at each lesson. I listened to 1 and 29 and got too impatient. Heard intro in Lesson 1, why in the world do you do it each time? Also too slow. Students are not going to listen to all of this. Is it only one phrase per lesson? Then cut the intro stuff and get through the lesson quicker. I don't know anyone who has time for this. I need something that I can recommend my school and parents to buy for all my SPanish students. Ithought I put in my profile that I wanted intermediate. This is difficult to locate. Why did I fill out that information if I am not linked with those lessons automatically? So far, frustratingly slow/