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Camina vs Comida

I found this a struggle to remember the difference, I just realised... cAmina = wAlk, cOmida = fOod. Hope that helps someone.

5 years ago

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:P in an easy way: comida comes from the verb comer, and camina is a conjugation from caminar in present...

5 years ago

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Good idea.

5 years ago

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Also remember that "El Camino" is the name of a car. So just imagine a car breaking down and then you have to walk. lol

5 years ago

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"El camino" means "the road" ;-)

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