Spanish comprehension exercise

Via Carlos Ferrero. This will be of absolutely no assistance.

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  1. There must be a columnist out there who believes that there is a decline in diction and that it is related to increasing difficulty in obtaining affordable dental care. And I suppose a next step would be to say that people who can’t express themselves clearly are likely to retreat to the cave. There would have been a PhD in that in the golden age of wastefulness.

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