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Lejos de la playa, una habitacion en el "Hotel Novoa" no costar mucho.

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How would you conjugate costar in this sentence?

Lejos de la playa, una habitacion en el "Hotel Novoa" no costar mucho.

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updated SEP 29, 2009
edited by --Mariana--
posted by JS3299

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Hi Js. Welcome to the forum. grin

The conjugation is:

"una habitacion en el "Hotel Novoa" no cuesta mucho."

updated OCT 10, 2009
posted by --Mariana--
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Ellos no cosan mucho. wink

updated SEP 29, 2009
posted by ChamacoMalo
Cosan? Costan? - AnnoLoki, SEP 29, 2009
Some of us know costar as "to sew" Seemed kinda strange to me that they don't sew much at the Hotel, but she's a student...who knows what they ask at school. - ChamacoMalo, SEP 29, 2009
This Post/Thread is about "Costar". Your answer is about "Coser". Is your answer in the wrong thread/post or is your answer just wrong?? - Moe, SEP 29, 2009
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