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Friday, September 5, 2008 Denver Fluency Fast for DPS Employees
levántate – stand up
levántate – stand up! siéntate – sit down! rápido – rapidly/ quickly
levántate – stand up! siéntate – sit down! rápido – rapidly/ quickly lento/despacio - slowly
en un círculo – in a circle
como – like, as
en un círculo – in a circle Como – like, as un elefante
o - or
experta o - or anda/camina - walks
a - to
a – to persona músculos enormes Comparado ¿Tú tienes? – Do you have?
románticamente normalmente mente = ly
románticamente, normalmente y - and
románticamente, normalmente y - and es obvio tiene - has
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