you translate "hoja" as "paper". I gather this is meant to be a sheet of paper rather than the daily printed publication like "El Mundo"?

Jan

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14 July 2018

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you translate "hoja" as "paper". I gather this is meant to be a sheet of paper rather than the daily printed publication like "El Mundo"?

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Conjugate regular -er and -ir verbs in El Pretérito Indefinido (simple past) -

Inma

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14 July 2018

14/07/18

Hola Jan

Exactly. In this sentence: Vosotras metisteis las hojas en el cajón, hojas means sheets of paper. (You put the sheets of paper in the drawer.) Paper as in newspaper would be "periódico".

Un saludo

Inma

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