Paralee keeps saying "parahemplo" or something like that
Paralee keeps saying "parahemplo" or something like that. Does anyone know the exact word or phrase and the meaning?
It sounds like por ejemplo which means for example. She probably runs it together.
"Por ejemplo" ==> for example
What about "Te toca" and "Listo?" They were my personal favorites. - Nicole-Baile 1 hr ago
"Te toca" means "Your turn" (I had asked this several weeks ago). "¿Listo?" means "Ready?" (short for "¿Está listo?")
"Vamonos" (the word being said with raised arm at the end of each lesson's introduction) means "let's go". For me this one was the most difficult to find
Paralee definitely says "por ejemplo". She introduces many things like that which she doesn't necessarily explain. But that's OK. You figure it out eventually.
¡Qué bien! - it took me a long time for that one. It's like saying "Great!"
¡Vale! - took me even longer. It mean's "OK".
Maybe she means "por ejemplo", meaning for example.
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