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Some useful English verbs phonetically pronounced in Spanish

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Interesting! 

Charlyn Amoin

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Cool, I need this, where can I find more words?

-Ari-

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I only have 3 and no source

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When I teach tomorrow I can post a few more but I use these with my 1st eso

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Essmel is amusing. There's that Spanish quirk of putting an E vowel before an S-word that Filipinos inherited, usually in English-speaking Visayans.

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Oh my students are terrible for it

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Phillip.Laplana wrote:

Essmel is amusing. :slightly_smiling_face: There's that Spanish quirk of putting an E vowel before an S-word that Filipinos inherited, usually in English-speaking Visayans.


I do it all the time:upside_down_face:

-Ari-

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Ari wrote:
Phillip.Laplana wrote:
Essmel is amusing. :slightly_smiling_face: There's that Spanish quirk of putting an E vowel before an S-word that Filipinos inherited, usually in English-speaking Visayans.

I do it all the time:upside_down_face:


As an ignorant, Manila-born youth, I used to laugh at and make fun of that. Now I think it's just quaint and fun to listen to, in the same way that foreign languages are enjoyable to listen to. So charming.  

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