Translation:Are you a model?
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when talking of professions, you generally don't use the indefinite article (un(os)/una(s)) unless it is followed by an adjective. for example:
soy bombera - i am a firefighter
soy una bombera muy valiente - i am a very brave firefighter
more on the use of indefinite articles: http://www.spanishdict.com/answers/100013/articles-indefinite#.VxwOmVsrLnA
Mo-th(d)e-lo. Consonants like Ds aren't as hard in Spanish, so your tongue moves right at your teeth, instead of the roof of your mouth when saying words like 'defense' or 'detatch'
Thanks for giving me the opportunity to visually learn exactly how the tongue looks when saying these lol