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Free Spanish Lesson of the Day – Basic Needs Lesson #5 Flash Cards

by Dave Clark

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September 5th, 2012

Hola Amigos – here are some great Flash Cards for you to review what you’ve learned in the past few lessons. Remember, the Spanish words from these flash cards can be combined to help you form over 480 different sentences.

If you like the lessons, be sure and spread the word.

Tomorrow’s lesson will be a Listen and Don’t Repeat lesson.


2 Responses

  1. Nat Garrett says:

    I have a basic question. I’m sure the answer is somewhere on this blog but I couldn’t find it. Is “v” always pronounced “b”? or are there exceptions?

    • Dave Clark says:

      Hola Nat,

      According to Spanish pronunciation rules. They always should be pronounced the same. That being said, you will find a few native speakers who will pronounce them differently.

      Hopefully that answers your question.

      Hasta luego,


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