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65 [sixty-five]

Negation 2

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65 [sesenta y cinco]

Negación 2

65 [sixty-five]

Negation 2

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65 [sesenta y cinco]

Negación 2

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Is the ring expensive? ¿E- c--- e- a-----?
No, it costs only one hundred Euros. No- s--- c----- c--- e----.
But I have only fifty. Pe-- y- s--- t---- c--------.
   
Are you finished? ¿H-- t-------- y-?
No, not yet. No- a-- n-.
But I’ll be finished soon. Pe-- t------ e--------.
   
Do you want some more soup? ¿Q------ m-- s---?
No, I don’t want anymore. No- n- q----- m--.
But another ice cream. Pe-- u- h----- s-.
   
Have you lived here long? ¿H--- m---- t----- q-- v---- a---?
No, only for a month. No- s--- u- m--.
But I already know a lot of people. Pe-- y- c------ a m---- g----.
   
Are you driving home tomorrow? ¿T- v-- a c--- m-----?
No, only on the weekend. No- m- v-- e- f-- d- s-----.
But I will be back on Sunday. Pe-- e- d------ y- v-----.
   
Is your daughter an adult? ¿T- h--- y- e- m---- d- e---?
No, she is only seventeen. No- s--- t---- d--------- a---.
But she already has a boyfriend. Pe-- y- t---- n----.
   
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