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Lesson 13 introduces some places in the town and helps you to understand and give basic directions.

Please note that lesson 13 of Season 1 was originally known as lesson 113 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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    7 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 13 – Coffee Break Spanish"

    • Nik

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    • jasper

      hi a like this 4 leraning

    • Nena

      This is great! Me gusta mucho aprender con este “step by step” audio modo de mejorar cada dia. Gracias!

    • "Dick"

      I am learning this to catch up. The only problem is I am not used to the same ehhh, prononciation. Like I use hmmm more “s” sounds insted of what you have taught???

    • Alex(: aka Paz

      I didn’t do so great in my spanish class last year. So this website has really helped me!!! !Estoy Lista!

    • Karlaina

      Hello Mark and Kara!

      Thank you for these podcasts. I’ve just started listening, and I’m wondering why you sometimes use the English Z sound in Spanish words like “museo” and “musica”.

      Thanks for clarifying.

      K

      PS – Please offer Coffee Breaks for more languages! 🙂 Perhaps someday you could add Semitic languages like Amharic, Arabic, and Hebrew.

    • Lindsey Jung

      Siempre Gracias. me mucho gusta todos clase. es facil con aprendiando espanol con coffee break spanish. jajajaja

      im not sure it is right sentence lol but i can feel my spanish skill is getting improved! thank u so much.

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