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Learn to ask “What did you say?” like a native Spanish speaker

Learn to ask “What did you say?” like a native Spanish speaker
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Spanish teachers and textbooks typically teach you to use the verb repetir to get someone to repeat what they said.  But if you want to sound more like a native speaker there are several other options that will keep you from sounding like you learned Spanish from a grammar book.

In this episode of the Real Life Spanish podcast series we take a look at several ways to tell someone that you didn’t hear them.

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  • Walking grammar book LOL. That’s a good way to put it. I do feel like that when I speak Spanish sometimes.

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