goal in spanish


The goal in spanish is the goal to be a better version of ourselves. To put in words what I mean is that the goal of our lives is to change and improve ourselves. I hope this will help explain it for the non-spanish speakers out there.

This is the most important thing to understand about the spanish language. The goal of the spanish language was to be the same as the spanish culture which means to be “polite” and “strict” in that “polite” means to be different than the rest. This is the same as what we would call being a “good person” in any other language.

This is why the spanish people talk so much about being different, because it’s the same as them. We’re just trying to be good people and to be good people and to be good people. I think this is important to understand because it can help you with your social life.

In addition to being polite, another thing about the concept of being good is to not let things that are bad in your life stay in your life. For instance, when you get an A in every class you ever take, you don’t just get to keep it because not all of the other people who failed you are bad people. You are good because you have not been as bad as the rest of the others. It’s like when you get A’s in all your classes.

The concept of goals in Spanish can be tricky because it is so intertwined with the concept of “I am going to do this for X number of hours.” In Spanish, the concept of “I want to do X” can often be taken to be synonymous with “I will do X” or “I will do this for X hours” or “I will do this for X number of time.” The problem is that there is no equivalent word in English for “I want to do X.

The first time I asked you your opinion, you said that you think you can do X for X times. I have to say, I think you have done the same for X for X hours. When I asked you your opinion, you said that you have done the same for X times. That’s it.

You’re right. You can’t do that. In English, you can say I want to do X for X times or I want to do X for X hours. But the meaning of the word I want to do X is not the same as what it means in Spanish. I want to do X for X times does not have the same meaning to us as I want to do X for X hours does.

This isn’t some secret that we shouldn’t know. This is an incredibly important concept called the “semantic differential.” It’s what makes English sentences so unique compared to other languages.

You say that using the I want to do X for X times means the same thing in English as it does in Spanish. That is true, but the word you choose to do this is not the same. I want to do X for X times is a completely different word to I want to do X for X hours. In Spanish, the verb is the same as the adjective, and they are two entirely different things.

The trick in Spanish is to choose a word that you can do a lot of times and use it to say a lot of the things you want to. This is very important when it comes to describing your goals in Spanish, because you want to say the same thing in both languages.

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