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How do you say...."When pictures go across the page like this we say they are in a row."

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When pictures go across the page like this we say they are in a row.

The star is at the beginning of the row.

I will show you how to mark your answer.

This shape has a white circle in the dark area.

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updated NOV 10, 2009
posted by chollinsed

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Cuando los dibujos mueven a través de la página nosotros decimos que son en una fila. La estrella es el primero dibujo de la fila. Mostraré cómo escribir la respuesta. Esta forma tiene un círculo blanco en un área negra.

This is what I came up with off the top of my head, I think it's right : ) But definitely I would take Chileno's answer since he/she is fluent in Spanish.

updated NOV 10, 2009
posted by ajwilsonhoos
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Cuando los cuadros/pinturas/monitos cruzan la página así, decimos que están en una hilera.

La estrella está al comenzar la hilera.

Te mostraré como marcar tu respuesta.

Esta figura tiene un círculo blanco en el área negra.

updated NOV 10, 2009
posted by chileno
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