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    Default Tool to learn language - eSpok

    http://blog.espok.com is a collection of free resources to learn language. We try to classify them by category and tags.

    So if you are learning a language, or if you are a tutor wishing to find some resources, come to visit us.

    We welcome your comments to help us modify the tags, or choose the articles which will help us to improve this base.

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    Thank you espok! This kind of blogs are very useful!

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    I've found a great way to learn Spanish or any language. You can learn the phrases that apply to you and all the common phrases that natives use.

    You can find all you need at http://www.learn-podcast-spanish.com...anslation.html (Free English to Spanish Translation). Phrases about everything!

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    Too bad that when you open the link, you're faced with a mistake: the past tense of hurt, in Spanish, is "hirió", not "heridó", as it's written there... sorry, but couldn't go on reading...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauracipolla
    Too bad that when you open the link, you're faced with a mistake: the past tense of hurt, in Spanish, is "hirió", not "heridó", as it's written there... sorry, but couldn't go on reading...

    It's pretty basic and amateurish IMO.
    vicente

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    Default From the above website

    Quote Originally Posted by lauracipolla
    Too bad that when you open the link, you're faced with a mistake: the past tense of hurt, in Spanish, is "hirió", not "heridó", as it's written there... sorry, but couldn't go on reading...

    Where do you see that???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Learn Spanish
    Where do you see that???
    Laura was right. I went to the site when she mentioned it and on the first page they used herído in the Brett Favre example. It has been changed, probably because she pointed it out to you.
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    muchas gracias espok!

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