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I am teaching a TPR story to teach Spanish and am trying to make it silly and memorable. It is very loosely based on the Mouse Count (Cuenta Ratones) book by Ellen Stoll Walsh only the snake is going to find the sleeping mice and put them in the toilet and then at the end of my story the mice escape & flush the snake down the toilet.
Is "inodoro" the term most used for toilet?
How do you say "they flushed the toilet" ?
Thanks in advance!
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