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Saber/Conocer A answers!
¿Conoces a una persona famosa?
Yes. I know Will Smith. He’s really tall. No. I don’t know a famous person. But I want to meet Mariano Rivera. (Remember that you can use conocer for “to meet.”)
¿Conoces a Señor Coolio?
Yes. I know Mr. Coolio. He is really awesome. No. I don’t know Mr. Coolio. But I know Miss Arnold.
¿Conoces San Diego?
Yes. I know San Diego. It’s really pretty and I like the beach. No. I don’t know San Diego. I want to visit California some day.
¿Conoces el libro Divergent por Veronica Roth?
Yes. I know that book. I am excited for book number 3. No. I don’t know that book. I prefer books like Harry Potter.
¿Conoces la banda Modest Mouse?
Yes. I know the band Modest Mouse. It’s my favorite band! No. I don’t know that band. I like classical music.
Yes. I know how to dance and I am really good. No. I don’t know how to dance. I am bad and I don’t like to dance.
¿Sabes qué hora es?
Yes. I know the time. It’s ten thirty. No. I don’t know the time. But I believe it’s around nine in the morning.
¿Sabes dónde está la oficina de Señora DeGeorge?
Yes. I know where her office is. It is near the entrance. No. I don’t know where her office is. Is it far?
¿Sabes tocar un instrumento?
Yes. I know how to play the tuba. I am in a band called “The Happy Calamities.” No. I don’t know how to play an instrument. I don’t like music very much.
¿Sabes el nombre del presidente de Costa Rica?
Yes. I know who she is. Her name is Laura Chinchilla. No. I don’t know who is the president of Costa Rica. I don’t know a lot about Costa Rica.
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