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Lección 43 - Los verbos que terminan en GAR, CAR, GER, GIR, ZAR, & UIR

publication date: Sep 29, 2011
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    Alumno: Estamos muy contentos, señora, nos hemos divertido mucho con todo lo que Vd. nos ha dicho de la Navidad.

    Alumno 2: Por mi parte, le diré a Vd., señora profesora, que deseo ir a México para ver las posadas y recibir nueve regalos.

    Maestra: Ya lo creo, amiguito.

     



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