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MFL and Michel Thomas method

Discussion in 'Behaviour' started by Martyn_MFL, May 7, 2013.

  1. Martyn_MFL

    Martyn_MFL New commenter

    Just found this post through Google looking into the Michel Thomas method.

    My limited understanding of Spanish tells me that the 3rd person singular ending is used for "usted" - the polite form of "you" in Spanish - I'm not sure why this is confusing. Unless you are expecting just to use the informal form all the time? You post seems to imply the verb ending is wrong.... :S

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