CBS Espresso 9

Coffee Break Spanish Espresso 009

Coming up in this episode:

In this week’s Coffee Break Spanish Espresso Mark discusses the verb irse which he saw on a poster in the Spanish town of Málaga. This poster gives us the opportunity to look at the difference between ir and irse. In the Subjunctive of the Week segment, Fernanda introduces us to dudar que, and our Quotation of the Week looks at a lovely quotation about travel from St Augustine.

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