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Let's practice what we have learned!

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Hola. Esta necesito estudiar m�s. (It is necessary to study more.) Como se dice, I must study more?

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Hola Angie!

"I must study more" is:
"Debo estudiar m�s" or "Tengo que estudiar m�s"

and...

"It is necessary to study more" is:
"Es necesario estudiar m�s".

About what you wrote:
"Esta necesito estudiar m�s"

(May a make some corrections? ;-))
You have writen "Esta". Note that "Esta" is the translation for "This" (feminine), so, in this case, instead of using "esta", you could say:

"Yo necesito estudiar m�s"
Apart from that, the rest of the sentence is perfect!!

Good!

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Buenos tardes. Como esta usted? Hoy llueve tambi�n. Como sombr�o!

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Hola Angie,

Buenas tardes (Not "Buenos") ;-)

Estoy bien, gracias. �Y usted?
(I'm fine, thanks. And you?)

Aqu� tambi�n llueve!
(It is also raining here!)

.... Como sombr�o!

Maybe you meant "Que sombr�o" or "Qu� oscuro"
but I did unsdertand you!

Great!!

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Que sombrio / qu� oscuro - How dreary.

Mana�a es sabado y espero un dia lindo. Tiene un fin de semana simpatico. (have a nice weekend? can you say: se gusta un fin de semana.)

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Hola Angie!

�Gracias!

The better way to say "Have a nice weekend" is:

Que tenga una linda semana
or
Que tenga una buena semana

(Yes, tenga belongs to the Subjuntive present, a "nice" Spanish mood! - I have to write about it!!) ;-)

- Se tenga is not correct, as the verb Tener is not reflexive. Just: Tenga.

Bueno, Angie, your sentences are quite good!

�Que tenga una linda semana!


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