Buenos Aires ¿Qué es? ¿Qué son? (Las respuestas)

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"Espagnol/Accueil" Profesora: Marcela Spezzapria (marcela@alsitiolenguas.com) ¡Un juego-test! ¿Cuán porteños están? ¿Qué y cuánto conocen de la ciudad?http://alsitiolenguas.blogspot.com.ar/2014/07/buenos-aires-que-es-que-son.html

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arte del filete por Untroib

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