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  Vaya tontería, eso lo sabe hacer cualquiera
Posted by: Hubert Magliolo - 11-30-2015, 02:52 PM - Forum: Spanish Vocabulary - Replies (1)

I found this sentence in a book.What does it mean? I know every word but I have no idea what it means.

Vaya tontería, eso lo sabe hacer cualquiera.

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  lo que tú me digas
Posted by: Hubert Magliolo - 11-30-2015, 02:50 PM - Forum: Spanish Translation - Replies (1)

Hi,
Could you please tell me the translation of "Ya, ya, lo que tú me digas"?

A: Ahora rodeada de tortolitos.
B: Muy graciosa. Pero Raúl y yo no somos novios.
A: Ya, ya, lo que tú me digas. Tiempo al tiempo.

Thank you

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  been over long ago
Posted by: Cindy Pettigrew - 11-30-2015, 02:49 PM - Forum: Spanish Writing - Replies (2)

Hello, can somebody help me with the next phrase, please?

"And I really love and care about you. Or it would have been over long ago."

I understand the first sentence but not the second one.

"Y realmente te amo y me importas. O fue hace mucho tiempo" ??

Thanks in advance!

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  Dar en el clavo
Posted by: Cindy Pettigrew - 11-30-2015, 02:48 PM - Forum: Spanish Translation - Replies (1)

Como se diría dar en el clavo gente,por ejemplo cuando estas hablando de algo y el adivina lo que estas diciendo...my attempt is to hit the nail in the head.

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  Mi hermana va a correos (Definite Article)
Posted by: Hubert Magliolo - 11-13-2015, 02:41 PM - Forum: Spanish Grammar - Replies (2)

Hi everyone,
I was wondering if anyone could please, please help me as I'm really stuck and need to know the answer to this question for a grammar test:
I know that in most situations, you use the definite article after the following phrases:
Ir a
Venir de
Estar en

However, I've just seen in my book that you don't ALWAYS use the definite article after these phrases.
I was just wondering if anyone could please explain how you tell whether you need the definite article after these phrases please?
Thank you so much!
Also, if any replies could be posted in English, I'd be very grateful
Thank you!

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  Sí o sí
Posted by: Cindy Pettigrew - 11-13-2015, 02:40 PM - Forum: Spanish Writing - Replies (1)

¿Qué significa sí o sí por favor? Esta es la frase: Hay personas que sí o sí necesitan utilizar su propio vehículo.

Gracias.

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  Make a difference to/in
Posted by: Cindy Pettigrew - 11-13-2015, 02:39 PM - Forum: Spanish Grammar - Replies (2)

What's the difference between "make a difference to" and "make a difference in"

The following are examples taken from textbooks:

These stories show that it is not necessary to be a politician, a celebrity or a millionaire to make a difference in society.
According to the text, celebrities and millionaires can’t really make a difference to society.

Thanks.

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  te me vas
Posted by: Ben Haag - 11-13-2015, 02:34 PM - Forum: Spanish Writing - Replies (1)

Hola:
Quisiera saber por que se usa "te me vas"? Y está bien dicho "me te vas"?
Gracias.

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  more than 25 percent
Posted by: Ben Haag - 11-13-2015, 02:33 PM - Forum: Spanish Pronunciation - Replies (1)

Hola:
Quisiera saber si quiero decir "more than 25 percent" en español, debería decir "más que 25 por ciento" o "más de 25 por ciento"?
Muchas gracias.

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  mejorar su salud y la de su familia
Posted by: Becky Buckland - 11-10-2015, 02:17 PM - Forum: Spanish Translation - Replies (1)

Hi everyone!

I have the next setence: "People shouldn't smoke to improve their health and their family's" Is correct? Is there another better form?

What I really want to say ( in Spanish) is: "La gente no debería fumar para mejorar su salud y la de su familia "

Thanks in advance!

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