Regular -ar Verbs in the Present

Regular -ar Verbs in the Present
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murray

Soy muy fierte de la lengua espanol. Viva los latinos y las latinas!

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BIG Steve

Fierte means pride in French, can't find it in my Spanish dictionary.

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