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    Your PDF is loading. One moment,please.

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    Alright,sir.

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    Question: Do you have to do ALL the pages shown on the PDF?

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    yes

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    o_o.

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    OOOkay.

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    One moment...

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    OMG Inyourhead is online.

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    @InYourHead

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    @iluvreading

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  12. InYourHead
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    Okay. Let's take a look at #2. "Quiero ahorrar dinero para comprar una casa. Pongo el dinero en una ______." We're looking for a FEMININE noun. You put "banco." But that's a masculine noun, you see? Can you think of a feminine noun that might fit?

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    You wrote "depositar" for #6, right? Just making sure, there.

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    which #6?

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  15. nincompoop
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    and I thought banco is strictly masculine?

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  16. InYourHead
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    Section 1.

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  17. nincompoop
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    ya desportar

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  18. InYourHead
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    banco is masculine. You used that for #2. But what we need is a feminine noun. Not a masculine one.

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    "Depositar."

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    yes that"s what I put sorry

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  21. InYourHead
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    Bueno.

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  22. nincompoop
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    there's a little i that doesn't look like an i my penmanship is terrible

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    It's alright. I understand.

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  24. InYourHead
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    So, we're looking at Section 1, #2. We need a feminine noun. A place where we would place money, if we wanted to save it up.

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    "Banco" does make sense. But it's masculine. We need a feminine noun.

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    banca?

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    lol...what is that?

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  28. InYourHead
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    How about "cuenta de ahorros"?

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    a female bank? lmao I just made it up

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    That's a "savings account."

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    ooh sounds fancy

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    It makes sense. It fits the sentence, because it's feminine. I just don't know if you have a word bank to choose from.

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    there are no words to choose from…

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    Okay. Well then we could use "cuenta de ahorros."

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    Section 2 looks fine to me. We'll move on to Section 3 if you like.

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    ya

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    We need to know what all of those words mean, first. A plazos -- Installment Al contado -- on the spot (like with cash) Con un préstamo -- with a loan Gratis -- free. No charge.

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    So, the first one, Section 3, #1 is "refrigerator." How would we pay for a refrigerator?

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    rich people can pay that on the spot

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    True. They can cost thousands of dollars.

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    I mean I bought my mom a new washer with my debit card … I suppose I can say al contado for un refrigerator too

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    On the spot? With cash? Okay. I bet you could say either "al contado," or "a plazos."

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    so a plazos is like using a credit card too?

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    "A plazos" means to pay with an "installment." You COULD pay installments with your credit card, yes.

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    we use credit card for almost everything here in the US. that's like a loan that the bank gives us.

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    Right. We can use credit cards for anything. Right now, we're more concerned with how we're paying. Not exactly what we're using, in order to pay.

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    and we on the other hand repay in installment (minimum payment) or whole

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    You can say "al contado" for #1. What that means is that you pay for the entire refrigerator, on the spot.

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    Like rich people do, as you pointed out.

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    How about #2? "Una camisa."

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    I put a, b, c, or d to make it easier una camisa is b

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    I don't think our choices are actually matched with letters.

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    Did you assign letters to the translation list that I gave you?

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    I assigned a for a plazos; b for al contado; c for con un préstamo; and d for gratis

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    Okay. Well, how about #3? Un coche nuevo

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    1) a 2) b 3) c 4) b 5) a 6) d 7) b 8) a 9) c 10.. what is sellos?

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    Sellos are stamps. Like postage stamps.

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    10) b

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    Cars are usually paid for with installments. Loan might work, though.

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    I've bought car and no company takes installments that I know of. People take loan or use their house as a "collateral"

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    I'm looking for #5. Would a computer normally be paid with installments? I've always paid for them on the spot. But if it were a very expensive computer, I do suppose that an installment would work .

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    I know I pay them on the the spot too. But just like fridge some computers can be costly, like Macbook Pro :D

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  63. nincompoop
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    I guess some of this can have more than one way of payment

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  64. InYourHead
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    Yes, that's true. Okay. Everything looks fine for section 3.

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    Let's look at Section 4. We need to list different kinds of stores and establishments that are described. ~~~~~~~~~ Let's look at the first one: "Buy here for the entire week, and save in food, for the entire family!" It's probably advertising low prices, for a "supermercado."

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  66. InYourHead
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    Do you have an idea for #2?

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  67. nincompoop
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    specials/fish of the night

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    That's right. So, how would we say something along the lines of "fish shop"? You know?

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    fish market or pescadería

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    Right. Perfect.

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    is that right?

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    #3. "Fresh from the oven!"

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    bakery

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    pastelería

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    panadería. You could also say pasteleria, that's fine.

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    #4?

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    sounds like the street fruit vendors here in NYC

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    supermercado

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    Right. We could say "frutería."

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    Fruit store. Get it?

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    Supermercado could work. "Frutería" would be more specific to fruits, from the desciption.

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    ya I've never seen a store that just sells fruits but thanks the word is new to me

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    They're more common in more rural settings. In the city, it's much more convenient to have everything in one place.

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    We have a few in my town. I don't live in a city.

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    So, #4 had me thinking for a while. "Bring us your finest clothes. They'll wear (look) like new!"

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    tienda de ropa

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    That could work. I came up with "sastrería." That's a tailor shop. Tienda de ropa is perfectly fine.

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    Okay, how about #6?

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  89. nincompoop
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    these new words

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    They'll be easy to remember.

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    sounds like a swim suit place

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    nvm!

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    Do you know what "sabrosas" are? They're "flavors."

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    fruterías

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    Not quite what I'm thinking.

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    ICECREAM place

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    Yes!

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    We could say "heladería."

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    le heladería

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    Yes. Perfect.

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    #7 sounds like a word that you've already used before.

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    pastry panadería/pastelería

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    That's right. "Pastelería" would probably work best.

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    How about #8?

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    joyería

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    Perfect.

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    How about #9? "Salchichas" are "sausages."

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    meat place butcher place

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    "Carniceria." Perfect.

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    #10?

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    A place where you could get your hair and nails done for cheap.

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    nail salon?

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    salon de uñas

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    Not just for nails. For hair too. So we could just say "salón."

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    cool ya

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    Hey, I'm sorry, I have to go. Do you wanna try to fill out the other sections, and post the answers here? I can come back and check later for you .

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    k

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    thanks I am out of time too. I set my schedule to do chem around this time

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    gracias in advance @cenaida

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    ok on which ones do you need help on?

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    the next one where inyourhead and I left off

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    section 5 of page 170

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    umm well those are confusing questions haha but i know the answers to the firsts ones on page 171

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    they're looking for subjunctive verbs in the section 1 of page 171

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    1. EL FUTUTO DE LAS COMPUTADORAS. 1.escribe 2. dice 3. puede 4. dice 5. tienen 6. usan 7. reconoce 8. funcione(n) @nincompoop

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    http://www.123teachme.com/spanish_verb_conjugation/escribir look at the subjunctive section

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    2. COMPLETAR 1. sea 2 .es 3. ésta 4. esté 5. queda 6. quede 7. tenga 8. tiene 9. iran 10. irá

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    did you see?

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    yes

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    what do you think?

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    what do yo mean?..

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    the first one couldn't be escribé, because it is in future indicative. it is asking for subjunctive

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    or ascribe because it is present indicative

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    escribe sounds right to me. I cant think of another word that can fit any better

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    :( none of the words here can be used?

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    I'm sorry I didn't check back here with you, earlier. I'm looking at the Section 1 of page 171. The first blank is not "escribe." The directions ask us to write the subjunctive form of the verbs in parenthesis. The third-person subjunctive form of "escribir" is ESCRIBA. You get it?

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