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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #1945322
added by Scott, October 22, 2012
edited by Scott, November 6, 2012
Repite (tú) -> Répète ;)
I have a question for you. A teacher talking to a class would say "Répètez" in French. What would you say in that case in Spanish?
In Spain the teacher would say "Repetid" (usually the teacher treats the whole class as "vosotros"), or in very rare cases "Repitan" (in case he wants to show more respect towards the students). In the other Spanish speaking countries I think the teacher'd tend to say "repitan", though.