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Spanish lessons El Salvador with Fluent Spanish Today: “ASKING FOR PRICES” VOCABULARY (SALVADORAN SLANG EXPRESSIONS)
Spanish lessons in El Salvador with Fluent Spanish Today: “Asking for prices” vocabulary in El Salvador.
Travelling to El Salvador or any other Spanish country, it is not enough to know just “a little bit” of Spanish. You need to learn the colloquial expressions to understand the locals. Learn how to ask for prices in Salvadoran colloquial way.
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Spanish lessons in El Salvador with Fluent Spanish Today: “BUY” VOCABULARY (SALVADORAN SLANG EXPRESSIONS)
Spanish lessons in El Salvador with Fluent Spanish Today will teach you how to use the different colloquial expressions to BUY anything in different contexts. Learn the colloquial way of BUYING things in El Salvador.
Spanish lessons in El Salvador with Fluent Spanish Today will teach you how to understand Local Salvadoran people and be able to interact with them. Learn the colloquial way of greeting in El Salvador.
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