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In lesson 135, Mark and Kara are at the tourist information office asking about what there is to do in Santiago de la Ribera.

Please note that lesson 35 of Season 1 was originally known as lesson 135 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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    5 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 35 – Coffee Break Spanish"

    • jim

      I think you have the best program for beginners (even ones who tiene cincuenta y ocho anos!) and I’ll always leave you 5 stars! But I think there may have been amistake here and I’ve tried to replay it several times to make sure. Isn’t Kara asking “esta abierto hoy? (is it opened today?). Shouldn’t it be “esta abre hoy?”.
      Gracias!

    • carol daniels or @loveCBSpanish

      Hmmm, cant it be either?

    • Nena

      Thanks again, I enjoyed your lesson so much! Me gusta todo!

      Hasta luego !

    • Ty

      Wow! This was very difficult for me at first. But Mark and Carol got me there. 🙂 This lesson was very educational.

    • Ghadeer Omar

      Hello
      Thank you Mark and Kara, You’ve done a great job, but I have to say that this lesson 35 is still difficult, even after 2 listens. the man of the tourist information office speaks so fast, and the S in almost all the words is not heard !! Spanish people really speak too fast . well, Thanks again, for the interesting show.

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