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Deshumidificador

October 15, 2014

We have met many long time expats here in Spain who have a hard time get a menu translated. We decided to make an effort to at least get the basics right – so Eva decides a daily menu of 5-10 spanish words to get used to. To make it more meaningful, there is usually a theme. Monday we returned a rental car so we needed to learn how to pronounce “when does the bus x go to y”, “where is th the bus station”, “when does it leave” etc. This weeks training was about dehumidifiers, power consumption, performance (liter per hour), external output of water etc. Most important was the spanish word “Los Deshumidificadores”. Trying this word in real life today at “Corte de Ingles” was the ultimate, scary test if we are getting beyond the basics. And we passed.  After carrying a bulky load on my bike for 10k we have now a dehumidifier that we have longed for the last 4 weeks.

Deshumidificadores. Great word, very useful thing here in s Spain.

Deshumidificadores. Great word, very useful thing here in s Spain.

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