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Saturday at 6:30 pm
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¿A qué hora cierra el banco?

What time does the bank close?

Wednesday at 10:29 am
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Monday at 9:08 am
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Hola Gloria,


Gracias por tu comentario.

La oración correcta debería ser "¿A qué hora se sirve el desayuno?".

As for, "¿A qué hora piensas en llegar?" the audio and the correct sentences is "¿A qué hora piensas llegar?".

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Esteban
Tuesday at 9:28 am
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This comment is actually about an example from the vocab section.


¿A qué hora piensas en llegar?


I don't understand the use of "en" here and cannot hear the speaker say it in the audio. Maybe it is in the audio and I just can't detect it as the speaker talks so fast. Anyway, is "en" supposed to be there? If so, what does it mean in this case?

Esteban
Tuesday at 9:18 am
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Change to the previous comment.


The sentence was from the line-by-line audio, not the vocab section.

Esteban
Tuesday at 9:16 am
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Example from the expanded vocabulary section:


¿A qué hora se sirve le desayuno?


I don't understand the use of "le" here. Is this a typo and it really should be "el desayuno"?