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 PostPost subject: Does anyone here speak Spanish?        Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2008 5:20 am 
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I'm trying to pick up basic Spanish, is there anyone here I can discuss Spanish syntax with on instant messaging?

About the most complex sentence I have been able to produce so far is "Usted debe estallar el gordo chico."

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 PostPost subject: Re: Does anyone here speak Spanish?        Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2008 4:15 pm 
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Andrew wrote:
I'm trying to pick up basic Spanish, is there anyone here I can discuss Spanish syntax with on instant messaging?

About the most complex sentence I have been able to produce so far is "Usted debe estallar el gordo chico."

Hey!
I speak spanish. It's my native language. Por cierto, tu frase esta mal escrita, jaja. What he wrote literally means "You must explode the fat boy".
What did you meant to say?


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 PostPost subject: Re: Does anyone here speak Spanish?        Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2008 5:21 pm 
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Andrew wrote:
I'm trying to pick up basic Spanish, is there anyone here I can discuss Spanish syntax with on instant messaging?

About the most complex sentence I have been able to produce so far is "Usted debe estallar el gordo chico."

Hey!
I speak spanish. It's my native language. Por cierto, tu frase esta mal escrita, jaja. What he wrote literally means "You must explode the fat boy".
What did you meant to say?


wasnt "Fat boy" the bomb above hiroshima or nagasaki? :?


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 PostPost subject: Re: Does anyone here speak Spanish?        Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2008 6:32 pm 
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Namronia wrote:
Chicago wrote:
Andrew wrote:
I'm trying to pick up basic Spanish, is there anyone here I can discuss Spanish syntax with on instant messaging?

About the most complex sentence I have been able to produce so far is "Usted debe estallar el gordo chico."

Hey!
I speak spanish. It's my native language. Por cierto, tu frase esta mal escrita, jaja. What he wrote literally means "You must explode the fat boy".
What did you meant to say?


wasnt "Fat boy" the bomb above hiroshima or nagasaki? :?

Anyway, he was not referring to that term, "gordo chico" is literally alone, "kid fat" because chico does not have the connotation you gave it.
If I use another word, he literally said "You must explode the kid fat".


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