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With ghostly imagery and colorful symbols of death everywhere, family friend Tatiana guides the Baxter family through a vibrant Día de los Muertos street festival while relaying information about the rich traditions and lively culture connected with this beloved Mexican holiday. In the round table discussion afterward, Paulina breaks down some of the many ways to describe something as dead or dying in Spanish, plus there are several in-depth lessons on the challenging words and phrases from the dialogue.

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