HEY I HAVE SPANISH AND I'M NOT SURE HOW TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS IN SPANISH. CAN SOMEONE ANSWER THESE TWO QUESTIONS IN SPANISH FOR ME PLEASE (: WOULD HELP A LOTTTTTTT.
1) Que almacenes hay en los centros comerciales mexicanos que no hay en los centros comerciales de los Estados Unidos?
2) Adonde van los jovenes mexicanos para comprar ropa barata y divertida? Adonde van tu y tus amigos? Pueden regatear alli?
SPANISH - Jordan, Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at 8:45pm
#1 says/ What stores are in malls there are Mexicans in the malls of America?
#2 says/ Where are the young Mexicans to buy cheap clothes and fun? Where are you and your friends? Can bargain there?
SPANISH - TERRAE, Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at 8:47pm
could you answer that please? I'm not from Mexico nor the USA. Not surreeee and the internet won't say.
SPANISH - SraJMcGin, Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at 8:57pm
You would not have these questions unless you had something to read that contains the answers. For example, what textbook do you have and were are you in it?
We need to know exactly what you are studying to answer these questions.
SPANISH - SraJMcGin, Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at 9:10pm
P.S. Look at the type of vocabulary you are studying, because that helps too. Here are some ideas. See if they help:
In Mexico City, for example, many large shopping malls have department stores, hammocks and typical Mexican hats that you might not find here, except in Los Angeles! There could be furniture stores, food, clothing, fruits, vegetables, crafts, antique shops, art galleries, jewelry, and of course, restaurants.
Here is a good site explaining some different malls:
You can get bargains in open-air markets. Vendors set up "booths" and, of course, you must bargain!