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In episode 10 of Coffee Break Spanish we’re putting what we’ve learned in recent weeks about descriptions to the test with an identity game.

Please note that lesson 10 of Season 2 was originally known as lesson 210 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 2 – Lesson 10 – Coffee Break Spanish"

    • Gregorio

      Nelson Mandela es bastante alto! Yo pensaba que es Desmond Tutu. 🙂

    • lazaruslemming

      Loved the quiz! More like this, please! Although Sreve Jobs was impossible to figure out (unless you are a computer geek – Bill Gates, maybe) and not being a fan of Justin, I had no idea who you were refering to. (That and living in Mallorca means I’m not up-to-date with British pop music.) But who cares – the quiz was great fun! You guys ROCK!!

    • David Newman

      Is it me or did Mark say Nelson Mandela is 89 in Spanish (Ochenta y nueve) and then 83 in English?

    • Samantha

      Oh gosh, when Cara’s away, Mark will play.

    • Charles M

      You’re right David, I heard it three times and Mark says ochenta y nueve and then eighty-three! Would be nice if you could correct it Mark, I heard it, but people might learn that nueve means three here! mistake happens… I looooove your courses my spanish is improving fast as I can listen to your podcasts all day while working on my computer! thanks so much!

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