Where I learn how to speak Spanish and invite everybody who knows more than I do to help me out.
My hair is wet. I want to dry it before I go outside. You daid: "El pelo es mojado. Quiero secarlo antes yo voy afuera"Reading your blog I noticed that you confuse SER/ESTARWhen you talk about things happening now, you should use ESTAR, but you need to put it in the right tense. (If you put "ES" it means what your hair is ALWAYS wet)So:*MI pelo ESTÁ mojado (it's MY hair -mi-, not any hair -el-). The second part is better.Quiero secarlo antes (great up to here) DE IR AFUERA.I tried to be as clear as possible.Bye!
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