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Choose the answer that best completes the sentence. En el Día de Reyes los niños __________. van a la escuela reciben regalos hablan con los maestros trabajan en la tienda

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  1. Liltico Group Title
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    Reciben regalos, i really dont celebrate Dia de reyes but i know this because i studyed it

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    Which of the following pairs are false cognates? fábrica – fabric radio – radio teléfono – telephone examen – exam

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    Do you know that, please?

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  4. Liltico Group Title
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    first one

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    congnates are words that sound alike

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    and mean the same thing

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  7. iloveboys Group Title
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    so how would know if its false?

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  8. Liltico Group Title
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    Fabrica has a differnt meaning that fabric

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    radio means radio

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    telefono means telephone

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    Which of the following pairs are false cognates? vaso – vase carro – car trompeta – trumpet teléfono – telephone so whats this one?

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    c?

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    vaso means cup

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    carro means car

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    Which of the following pairs are false cognates? balcón – balcony medicina - medicine copa – cup computadora – computer

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    but all thoes are the same?

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    yes but there are going to have a differnt meaning

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    they are going to look alike or sound the same but have a differnt meaning

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  19. iloveboys Group Title
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    ?? so it wuld be c?

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    im sorry ive never been good with these lol

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  21. iloveboys Group Title
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    so what would that one be?

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    ok one sec

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    ok?

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    thats weird they have the same meaning in spanish and english

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    @peruana can you help me

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    i know right thank you for helping

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    give me a link to the last question you were at so i can give you more medals

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    its ok

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    Which letter in the Spanish alphabet is silent and not pronounced when speaking Spanish? ll h ñ j can you help me with this im not to sure on it?

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    h

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    when you say hablo you only hear ablo the h is slient

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    Which of the following is a word borrowed from the Spanish language and used in the English language? el clóset la hamburguesa el zíper el burrito

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    ^ do you know that?

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    ok what word sounds like it would be borrowed?

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    d

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    i sure d is from its Spanish origin

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    :)

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    what about this one i think itsn taco bt pancho is also used Which of the following is a word borrowed from the English language and used in the Spanish language? el clóset el poncho el taco la piñata

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    el closet

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    Which of the following is a word borrowed from the Spanish language and used in the English language? la medicina el poncho el balcón el sándwich

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    d

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    el sandwich?

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    i think thats right

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    Which of the following is a word borrowed from the English language and used in the Spanish language? el poncho el champú la piñata el jalapeño

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    el champu

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    Select the answer that best completes the sentence. __________ regla es amarilla. El La Los Las

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    ??^

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    @Liltico

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    can get that for me?

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    yea sorry i was helping my brother

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    el

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    La

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    No its El

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    http://es.thefreedictionary.com/regla

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    Dude i know this stuff

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    "Which of the following is a word borrowed from the Spanish language and used in the English language? la medicina / el poncho / el balcón / el sándwich" isn't sandwich, it's "poncho" (it says borrowed from Spanish into English, not the other way around)

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    and it's most definitely "LA regla"

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    its la dont try el.

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