Introduction: Susanna Roberson
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Introduction: Ronald Dwayne Scott
Greetings. I am your Cool English-Speaking Ambassador and Coach. I have prepared 5 online classroom sessions to help you speak my English language from a different perspective of cool confidence. My lessons are easy and very cheap to learn how to approach someone speaking English.The exciting part of signing up and taking these important lessons, is you will have the opportunity to challenge me on my End of Lesson Game Show for points and prizes. And if you are not a winner of that end of lesson game show, you can sign up and play to win with points from your last game show. Sign up today and learn the cool and confident way of speaking English. You will thank me later. See You In Class!
15 Jan 2020
Why do people say both "¿qué hora son?" and "¿qué hora es?" to ask what time it is?
"¿Qué hora es?" and "¿qué hora son?" both mean the same thing (what time is it), but "¿qué hora es?" is the more polite way and is recommended. "¿Qué hora son?" is somewhat colloquial and used in some countries more than others, and in any case isn't very polite.To answer, you can use both the singular and plural. If it's one o'clock, this answer is always in singular, "es la 1 de la tarde" or "es la 1 de la mañana".In other cases, your answer must be in plural, for example, "son las 3 de la tarde".
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Introduction: Roberto Baruch
Soy agrónomo de corazón, nací y crecí en México, por lo que mi lengua materna es el español, también hablo Portugués bastante fluido e el Inglés, el cual lo comprendo, lo hablo y manejo la gramática de manera intermedia, me considero un mexicano que conoce de su cultura, me encanta mucho la culinaria regional y exótica de mi país, turismo, playas, lugares históricos, campismo, y sobre todo esas palabras raras que nos identifican como mexicanos, los "regionalismos". quizá esos pudieran ser algunos temas sobre los cuales pudiéramos llevar a cabo una conversación ya que el español es un idioma muy rico en regionalismos.
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