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#003: Simplificar el futuro. Cuanto repetir al escuchar

Welcome to a new episode of Unlimited Spanish Podcast: The best way to learn about Spanish, culture and practice your listening for free!

Este es el podcast de Unlimited Spanish, con Òscar Pellus. Episodio 3.

En este episodio:

  • Cómo puedes simplificar el futuro.
  • A continuación el punto de vista para practicar la gramática.
  • Por último, la pregunta: Cuanto repetir al escuchar.

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  1. Peter Marsh

    I have been learning Spanish for 2 years, through listening to podcasts and various channels on tube.
    This is the first time that I have heard the importance of repetition for so many times (20-30!). A very interesting concept and one that I am going to try.
    Thanks for your efforts to teach us all Spanish. I like your style and intend to hang around to listen to many more of your podcasts,

    • Òscar Òscar

      You are welcome, Peter. Great to have you as a listener. Un saludo y cuídate!

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  3. Marisa H

    Oscar, muchas gracias tal vez. En mi opinion, eres lo mejor profesor del espanol. (Por favor perdóname porque no tengo tildes ni algunos acentos para escribir en español por computadora:)

    • Òscar Òscar

      ¡Me alegro, Marisa! Bendiciones!


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