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quien fue tu maestro/maestra de espanol el ano pasado?

English translation: Who was your Spanish teacher last year?

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14:34 Sep 7, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: quien fue tu maestro/maestra de espanol el ano pasado?
i am trying to do a project...
kelly
English translation:Who was your Spanish teacher last year?
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Silvia Enrique
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dany2303
naWho was your Spanish teacher last year.Premier Consuting Services, Inc.
naWho was your Spanish teacher last year?Silvia Enrique


  

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8 mins
Who was your Spanish teacher last year?


Explanation:
Next now ...


    Native sp.
Silvia Enrique
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Yolanda Broad

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2 hrs
Who was your Spanish teacher last year.


Explanation:
To answer that question My mother is my Sapnish teacher.

Mi Madre es mi maestra de Espanol.


    Bilingual Native sp
    some school and home schooling
Premier Consuting Services, Inc.
United States
Local time: 04:06

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Heathcliff
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11 hrs
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Explanation:
"Who was your Spanish LANGUAGE Teacher last year?"

I think it´s important in this case to add the word "language" because if not, someome could understand that we are talking about the teacher that came from Spain and not who teaches Spanish Language. It´s a common error.

Good Luck!!!

dany2303
Local time: 05:06
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 12
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