Apr 4, 2020
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Spanish learners – here’s an interesting fact. The word ‘guacamole’ comes from t…

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Spanish learners – here is an attention-grabbing truth. The phrase ‘guacamole’ comes from the ‘guaca’ half in the midst of ‘aguacate’ and ‘mole’ which is a phrase for a Mexcian sauce.
I really like avocado! .
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  • Why do we say era and not fue in this sentence

    pitarly April 4, 2020 11:19 am Reply
  • @pitarly I’m an English teacher not a Spanish teacher but I think this is the reason… ‘era’ (imperfect tense) is for actions or states that continued for a long period of time, ‘fue’ (preterite tense) is for actions that happened momentarily. I guess the avocado was tasty for a long period of time before we ate it (even though we only spent a moment eating it).

    spanish_english_rosie April 4, 2020 11:19 am Reply

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