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#221: Anécdotas de entrevistas de trabajo

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En este episodio:

  •  ¿Qué vamos a hacer? Buena pregunta. Lo que quiero hacer es hablar de anécdotas que han sucedido en entrevistas de trabajo. Yo creo que será divertido.
  • En la última parte del episodio, un punto de vista para practicar el presente y el pasado. Recientemente he recibido un mensaje de un estudiante mencionando que el pasado a veces es difícil para él ¡Así que lo vamos a practicar!

Recursos:

  • Audio en MP3 (click derecho en ratón y guardar)
  • Transcripción del episodio en PDF (click derecho en ratón y guardar)

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4 Comments

  1. Lynn O

    Can I download the written text into Kindel ?
    Where is the dictionary?
    Is there a dictionary for each episode?

    Reply
    • Òscar Òscar

      Lynn, you can download the text as regular pdf. You can use online dictionaries if you need it.

      Reply
  2. Mohamed

    Hoi, Thank you for your new episodio 221: The PDF link is referring to the mp3 instead of PDF. If you can fix it, would be upreciated.. Thank you very much for your efforts to help us learn Spanish. Muchas gracias. Mohamed

    Reply
    • Òscar Òscar

      It should work by now. Thanks for letting us know.

      Reply

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