La Palabras del Dia – Direcciones

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I'm back in San Diego for a couple of weeks, but when I get back down to Puerto Rico, I'm going to have to start driving. Which means, I will probably be getting lost a lot and asking for directions (direcciones). So, here are Las Palabras del Dia: Left - Izquierda Right - Derecha Up/Above - Arriba Down

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Speaking Spanish

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I'm getting a lot more comfortable with speaking Spanish. Even though I'm back in California, I've been speaking Spanish to anyone that will listen :). Today I ordered a burrito in Spanish (baby steps...haha): "Quisera un burrito de frijoles, arroz, lechuga y tomate. Y zanahorias tambien, por favor. Para llevar. Gracias" "I would like a burrito of bean,

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La Palabra del Dia

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The Spanish word of the day is: Cascasda, which means "waterfall". Cascada is "waterfall" in Spanish. It's actually a small waterfall, a large waterfall is a "catarata". Example of how to use "cascada": En mi cumpleaño, Stefan, Josh y yo fui a la catarata - On my birthday, Stefan, Josh and I went to the waterfall.

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La Palabra del Dia

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The Spanish word of the day is: aprender, which means "to learn". Conjugations of "aprender" are: Aprendo - I learn Aprendes - You learn Aprende - He/she learns Aprendemos - We learn Aprenden - They learn Examples of how to use "aprender": Yo necesito aprender Espanol - I need to learn Spanish Stefan y yo aprendemos Espanol juntos

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La Palabra del Dia

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Todays word of the day is PODER: To be able Yo Puedo comer pollo para cena. I am able to each chicken for dinner.

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La Palabra del Dia

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The Spanish word for today is Sentir meaning; To be sorry Lo Siento: I am sorry Yesterdays word was Construir meaning; To construct Yo Constuio una casa bonita en Rincon Puerto Rico: I am building a beautiful house in Rincon Puerto Rico

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Learning Spanish

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Spanish is the native language in Puerto Rico, although I think Spanglish is a better description of the type of Spanish spoken in PR. Spanglish is a way to describe a language that consists of both English and Spanish mixed together. For example, on my 1st day in Puerto Rico, there was a huge beer billboard on the

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