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11 June
La luna de junio, first full moon in June, a day to dive for treasure. But the nearest thing to ocean here is the rot-fish smell on Saturdays after all the wives on the alley cooked fish the day before, and their garbage is waiting for the slop-cart man. The ocean is the last dream in the morning before noise from the street comes in. Motorcars, police on horses, the tide goes out, the prisoner awakes on a new island. An apartment above a bakery shop.

How would you explain the Spanish sentence: La luna de junio?
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For learning: Spanish
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    "La luna de junio" means "the moon of june"

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