Coffee Break Spanish Magazine – Episode 210

Coming up in this week’s edition of the Coffee Break Magazine:

  • Alba asks, si te encontraras un billete de €50, ¿qué harías con él? – if you found €50, what would you do with it?
  • Mark joins Fernanda on a virtual tour of Las Ruinas Aztecas in Mexico;
  • and JP and Nahyeli answer listener Gabriel’s question about the how best to translate “to take” or “to bring” in Spanish using traer, llevar and tomar.

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3 thoughts on “Coffee Break Spanish Magazine – Episode 210”

  1. Which would be a better way to say ‘My flight is at 7:30 AM’? Does it matter that much? (Just trying not to tell someone to go to… well you get the idea)

    mi vuelo es a las siete treinta de la mañana


    mi vuelo es a las siete y media de la mañana


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