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August 25, 2007



I've recently been to Spain (Ibiza and Valencia) and I can say that "non-smoking room" can be also translated with "Habitacione para no fumadores".
(which is very similar to Italian, my mother language).
Bye, Stefano.

Roger Brown

I plan to visit Spain for the first time in October, so I don't have much time to develop a working knowledge of the Spanish language. This will be my 60th birthday celebration, so I want to make sure I'm comfortable as I celebrate. I recently discovered Coffee Break Spanish on iTunes, and it is helping me tremendously. In 8 weeks, I've reached lesson 22. But from time to time, I listen to Spanish-language radio or TV here in Chicago, and I barely understand anything that is said. I'm concerned that I'll have the same experience when I go to Spain. Is there anything I can do to improve my comprehension of conversational Spanish?

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