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Michael Harreskov: Not a very Logical set-up just random sentences and does not seem to build from lesson to lesson but maybe I am missing something? Also why teach the simple future when Ir a will work for most beginners?
Molly Grace: I just read this word in a book called "Streetwise Spanish." Apparently it's like "Darn." It's a softer version of "Puta!"
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hector soto: mi verga esta deliciosa!!
Lincoln White: well i think i'll have to start smoking
factcheck1776: Well, I'd have to say that the woman in the video seems to be a native Spanish speaker, too. I wonder what accounts for the difference between your comments and what they are teaching.
Hedley Quintana: Some comments from a native Spanish speaker from Panama:
1-I've never heard before word "Pucho", but it is present in RAE dictionary.
2-He/she smoked 3 packs per day is a better translation, because "fumó" is a past verb; but it is ok to say fuma (and smokes its correct translation, because is an habitual present).
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