Bilingual – English and Spanish – 4

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Use this post to learn English and Spanish at the same time.

Visa
(Spanish)
I have a visa.
(Spanish)
I don’t have a visa.
(Spanish)
Passport
(Spanish)
I have a passport.
(Spanish)
I don’t have a passport.
(Spanish)
Do you have a visa?
(Spanish)
Does he have a visa?
(Spanish)
I have a passport but I don’t have a visa.
(Spanish)
It is difficult.
(Spanish)
It is difficult to get a visa.
(Spanish)
I have a visa for Mexico.
(Spanish)
I don’t have a visa for America.
(Spanish)
I have a visa for Argentina.
(Spanish)
I don’t have a visa for Canada.
(Spanish)
I have a visa for Peru but I don’t have a visa for Australia.
(Spanish)
a one-month visa
(Spanish)
a two-month visa
(Spanish)
a three-month visa
(Spanish)

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4 Responses to “Bilingual – English and Spanish – 4”

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  1. Alicia Hofmehyer. says:

    This is the best way of learning, I’m pleased.

  2. romulo says:

    I like this system to learner of English
    is very good to me.
    thanks
    good day

  3. romulo says:

    hello there
    Is very important to learn English with the real pronunciation and its translation her native language.
    is the better
    thanks for this
    romulo

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