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spanish-english dictionary

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Introducing yourself at reception

When arriving for a meeting at a company, you tell the receptionist your name, your company and the person you are meeting: Buenos días. Soy de ADM Internacional. Tengo una cita con el señor Lajunta. When arriving at a hotel, you give your first name and surname: Tengo una habitación reservada a nombre de Diego Villalobos.

Parque nacional

While access to national parks is free, there are strict rules governing the behaviour of visitors, in order to ensure adequate protection for these areas of outstanding natural beauty. The main national parks in Spain are the Coto de Doñana (Huelva), Ordesa (Huesca) and Delta del Ebro (Tarragona), while Latin America boasts los Glaciares (Argentina), Isla Cocos (Costa Rica), Darién (Panama) and Canaima (Venezuela).

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