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Old August 12, 2010, 12:27 PM
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Gracias por las correcciones. I'm a bit embarrassed now, pero es por eso que estamos aquí ¿sí? Para mejorar.
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Well, that's why we are here... Así es... yo también meto la pata. Lo importante es ser consciente de que uno la mete, la saca, APRENDE y sigue adelante.

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Old August 12, 2010, 12:53 PM
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¡Hola!

La aspiración y la motivación son muy importantes en aprender la lengua. Usted tome las dos. Le deseo que va a convertirse todas sus ganas en realidad.

Le recomiendo un programa especial para repetir las palabras (busca google para "anki") y una lista de palabras más frecuentes del español. Así va a saber todas las palabras que necesita en muy poco tiempo.

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Our motivation and ambitions are very important in language learning. You have both of them. I wish you to make all your desires to become true.

I recommend you some computer program for spaced word repetition (search google for "anki") and some Spanish word frequency list. This way you will learn all words you are missing now in no time.
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Old August 12, 2010, 02:37 PM
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Hello I bid you welcome to theses forums.

I hope you can learn here with us.

Have fun.

Sincerely yours.
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Old August 13, 2010, 12:51 AM
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Thanks for the very warm welcome everyone.

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¡Hola!

La aspiración y la motivación son muy importantes en aprender la lengua. Usted tome las dos. Le deseo que va a convertirse todas sus ganas en realidad.

Le recomiendo un programa especial para repetir las palabras (busca google para "anki") y una lista de palabras más frecuentes del español. Así va a saber todas las palabras que necesita en muy poco tiempo.

¡Bienvenida!
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Hello!

Our motivation and ambitions are very important in language learning. You have both of them. I wish you to make all your desires to become true.

I recommend you some computer program for spaced word repetition (search google for "anki") and some Spanish word frequency list. This way you will learn all words you are missing now in no time.
Muchisimo gracias por la recomendacion y sus palabras amables. Voy a examinar el software anki. He oido hablar de anki y otro software llamado Mnemosyne, pero nunca los he usado.
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Old August 16, 2010, 09:46 AM
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Usted vea television en espanol? Eso me ayuda a apprender todos los dias.
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Usted vea television en espanol? Eso me ayuda a apprender todos los dias.
Yes but you don't watch the CNN television, because sometimes it result very hard to understand them, already they use much words in clave or some kind of word about politic.

Better you can watch more movie without subtitles that's better.
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Usted vea television en espanol? Eso me ayuda a apprender todos los dias.
¿Cuánto tiempo al día sueles estar viendo la tele? Thanks.
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