Spanish Lesson – El radio y la radio

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Now.. back to the lesson at hand. This week, Juan Carlos takes on yet another gender enigma. Why is is that you can say “la radio” and “el radio”, and be absolutely right (or wrong) both times? That is because these two words, which are spelled exactly the same way, actually refer to two very different things.

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We will be back again soon with some important news about official changes to the Spanish alphabet in an upcoming chapter of “Mundo Hispano”. Hasta luego, amigos.



4 Responses to “Spanish Lesson – El radio y la radio”

  1. Jerrie Roosevelt says:

    This can be a genuinely well thought out post. I certainly enjoyed reading it. Thanks

  2. ABC Radio FM 89.2 says:

    Thanks you very much for the all Spanish lessons. Very helpful for us. Appreciating your contribution.

  3. Student Services says:

    You are welcome, we are happy you appreciate our hard work.

  4. Angela says:

    Thanks for this explanation for television and radio. I was confused with the difference between televisor and television. El radio and la radio.

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