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By JULIO USAOLA GARCIA; Mª ANGELES MORENO LOPEZ DE SAA

Este libro pretende dar una visión práctica de l. a. Teoría de Circuitos que se imparte en las Escuelas de Ingeniería. l. a. extensión de los problemas y el nivel de los mismos están adecuados a una asignatura introductoria.

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If you don't understand something, or if someone is speaking too quickly, don't get embarrassed and pretend you understood! The goal is communication, right? For the most part, people will be happy to repeat themselves, understanding that you aren't a native speaker. Here are two phrases to help you communicate: Please repeat. Repita, por favor. reh-PEE-tah pohr-fah-VOHR Please speak more slowly. Hable más despacio, por favor. HAH-bleh mahs dehs-PAH-see-yoh pohr-fah-VOHR Ser or Estar? There are two different forms of the verb “to be” in Spanish: ser and estar.

Remember to say por favor (please) and gracias (thank you), and you'll get much better service. And as always, when in doubt, use the formal you, usted. I have a reservation. Tengo una reservación. TEHN-goh OO-nah rehs-ehr-vah-see-OHN I don't have a reservation. No tengo reservación. noh TEHN-goh rehs-ehr-vah-see-OHN I'll be staying for three nights. Me voy a quedar tres noches. meh voy ah keh-DAHR trehs NOH-chehs We'd like a double bed. Quisiéramos una cama matrimonial. kee-see-EHR-ah-mohs OO-nah KAH-mah mah-tree-moh-nee-AHL We'd like a room with a private bath.

Ordinal numbers are adjectives, and that means they have to agree with the noun they modify. That is, your room may be on the segundo piso, but your second-born daughter would be your segunda hija. The following table presents the singular masculine forms. Ordinal Numbers first primero pree-MEHR-oh second segundo seh-GOON-doh third tercero tehr-SEH-roh fourth cuarto KWAHR-toh fifth quinto KEEN-toh sixth sexto SEX-toh seventh séptimo SEHP-tee-moh eight octavo ohk-TAH-voh ninth noveno noh-VEH-noh tenth décimo DEH-see-moh Note that in everyday Spanish, ordinal numbers higher than “tenth” are rarely used, so you may hear someone say, Mi cuarto está en el piso doce.

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