Feb 25, 2019
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Palabra de la semana: to feel like / tener ganas de . Tanto en español como en i…

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Phrase of the week: to really feel like / really feel like
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In each Spanish and English there are extra methods to say this.
In Spanish it’s 'fancy' which means the identical. which suggests the identical.
In British English, we additionally use 'to fancy' however I don't assume Individuals say so.
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English and Spanish each have multiple strategy to say this.
In Spanish there’s additionally 'fancy' which suggests the identical.
In British English we additionally use 'to fancy' however I don't assume Individuals say that.
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Comments to Palabra de la semana: to feel like / tener ganas de . Tanto en español como en i…

  • How would you use tener ganas de in a sentence?

    coombssam February 25, 2019 8:40 pm Reply
  • I want to read those examples soon❤️😍

    fung_ying19 February 25, 2019 9:00 pm Reply
  • Could you explain the different ways to say: pensar en… ?

    fung_ying19 February 25, 2019 9:08 pm Reply
  • I feel like to go to the theatre, it. Would be correct?

    jessicamiroortiz February 25, 2019 9:10 pm Reply

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