This phrase has three sets of double vowels: , , and . Note: whenever a double vowel bears the accent, put the accent mark over the second vowel.
Here are some places you might wish to ask about:
Note: both the words and mean “the;” which one you use depends on a word's gender, which is explained in the grammar section.
If you want to find out where the hotel is, you’ll need three more letters.
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