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Lesson 12 introduces numbers, days, months and seasons.

Please note that lesson 12 of Season 1 was originally known as lesson 112 of Coffee Break Spanish. We have renumbered the lessons of each season as lessons 1-40 to make things more simple for our listeners.

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    9 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 12 – Coffee Break Spanish"

    • elretha britz

      Ola Mark y Kara
      Vivo en Bloemfontein, Sudafrica, y me gusto MUCHO apprendiendo de Espagnol con Coffe Break Spanish.
      Pero, there seems to be a problem with lessons 12, 14 and 15, which do not download.
      Can you help?
      Hope to hear from you soon
      Regards
      Elretha Britz

    • nora dowling

      have heard great comments about coffee break spanish

      • nora dowling

        have read great reviews on coffee break spanish

    • Karlaina

      Hola Mark and Kara:

      Can you explain why you suggest saying “ciento” instead of “cien” for the number 100?

    • Khin

      Hola Mark y Kara. Que tal? Soy de Birmania pero ahora vivo en Santo Domingo. Estoy aprender Espanol pero no hablo y entiendo mucho espanol. Gracias por los lessones.

    • Jeffrey

      Hola Mark y Kara!

      Me llamo Jeff, soy de Canada. Muchas gracias por coffee break espanol!

      Me gusta mucho tu musica para aprender numeros! Where do you source it??

      Jeff

      • radiolingua radiolingua

        All of the music in our shows is original Jeff. Hope you continue to enjoy Coffee Break Spanish!

    • Mary Kay

      I want to buy this program but this is not the site that Mark and Kara said to go to. Can you help?

      • radiolingua radiolingua

        Hi Mary. You’re in the right place. All our courses are now available on the Coffee Break Academy, so if you click on the links above, or click here then you’ll be taken to the Coffee Break Academy where you can purchase the course. Hope that helps.

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