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Three every advertising -- decline unfortunately actually Webster is a -- he joins us with a look at how Spaniards are hoping to get back to work actually.
Yeah Tracy and David you know as Spain and the eurozone tries to get barrels while find some boxes to the Euro zone debt crisis young Spaniards are trying to find out ode Johnson is on how to get a job earlier today.
And at a young man a teacher who lost his job who has now Bakken school as a student.
Trying to improve his English.
I'm taking this good because I mean today the news -- -- -- This is -- -- -- -- Of what we hope to do with that.
Itself from a -- and that is going on now is very very hard time that -- Harris.
It's beginning to set us so you'll cut not Indians -- tough heart burn them but -- moment.
How difficult has the economy being in Spain.
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Due to unseat possibilities to work.
And she's very difficult to move -- them are men and you don't know what to do to improve your situation.
By needless to say guys his side English was a whole lot better than my Spanish but onto another story today I'm related to the -- prices but.
Kind of I guess -- Greece vs Germany of the quarterfinals of the Euro 2012.
Us soccer championships -- game going on now big grudge match the battle of the bailout it is it was cold in the media.
-- hasn't turned out to be much of a battle Germany -- for one right now at the game was tied at one point.
And the goal scorer for Greece some -- -- about the prime minister plant by the same name but.
Greece have done very well just to get to the quarterfinals that the irony has not been lost on not people who say that Germany could well indeed.
Kick Greece out of the Euro twice how he's listening guys back to you right now it is -- -- one Germany vs Greece.