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Glad to hear that! ^^

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Fish - pescado

Juice - Jugo

Orange - naranga

Ticket - boleto

Money - dinero


I learned this from Duolingo app. It's really helpful. :smiley:

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Aileen.Cortes wrote:

Fish - pescado

Juice - Jugo

Orange - naranga

Ticket - boleto

Money - dinero

I learned this from Duolingo app. It's really helpful. :smiley:


Just completed the intro lessons there, and I'm enjoying it already! Though it's great that we could also converse directly to native Spanish members here. Hehe

Edzky-18

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Duolingo is really cool indeed, here are some more words, this time relatd to feelings

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Tristeza: sadness

Ira: anger

Decepción: disappointment

Sorpresa: surprise

Nerviosismo: nervousness

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Some prepositions edze.conde

 y =and

Con /sin =with/without

Para=for

Hasta =until

Pero=but

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What's the difference between comer, como, and comes? Do they all mean "to eat"?

Edzky-18

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Yes and no comer is to eat

Comes means you eat (plural) Como I eat but como can mean how/like /as it is a toughy


Por ejemplo 


¿como comes como un cerdo?

Is how do you eat like a pig !!!!

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The verbs all change all the time duo lingo will probably teach you that ! I didn't get far it annoyed me not for me I get bored easily I generally cram lits of words in at once!


Using the first verbs you were given at the top of this thread I will miss dormir because it is irregular start easy this is I yo you used and we nosotros in present simple tense 


Comer: Eat yo como , usted come nosotros comemos 


Escribir: Write escribo escribe escribimos


Cortar: Cut corto cortex cortamos


Correr: Run corro correct corremos ( first words I taught my daughter to conjugate )

 To make them gerund form is also quite an easy change you can learn when your head is around that. 


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Thanks Jade!...appreciate it much :blush:

Edzky-18

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