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Word Order
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"riding"
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On track
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Hacer falta
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Learn Spanish?
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Film/Telenovelas Question
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What means the word Guert...
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Where is Spanish Spoken?
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Question
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  Learn Spanish?
Posted by: Michael - 12-13-2016, 06:31 PM - Forum: Spanish Resources - Replies (1)

Why is it important to learn Spanish?

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  Hacer falta
Posted by: Sheila Mary Charleton - 12-13-2016, 06:03 PM - Forum: Spanish Translation - Replies (1)

I want to say "I really need to know if you got my letter" 

Would the following be correct? 
"Me hace mucha falta saber si recibiste mi carta?" I don't see hacer falta used much in text-books, but I hear it in films. Is it used much generally, in conversation? 
Also, what verb would one use to indicate one is planning to do something? "I'm planning on visting Mexico later this year"-planear, or pensar + ir? It seems to me that if you say" Pienso ir en Mexico mas tarde este ano" that it sounds like you haven't made up your mind- I want it to sound like a definite plan. 
Any help would be much appreciated!

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  On track
Posted by: Michael - 12-13-2016, 04:55 PM - Forum: Spanish Translation - Replies (1)

how do you say "on track" in spanish 

-note the more poetic the better (but not too far)

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  "riding"
Posted by: Joe Comacki - 12-13-2016, 04:44 PM - Forum: Spanish Translation - Replies (1)

Hi!

I am trying to translate a song to sing with children. Does anyone know how to translate, "riding in my little wagon" in Spanish?

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  Word Order
Posted by: Suzanne - 12-13-2016, 03:40 PM - Forum: Spanish Translation - Replies (1)

How would you say white picket fence? My dictionary only had picket as a verb and a noun, would the noun and the adjective be the same?

una cerca blanca de estaca?

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  Personal Opinion in Spanish
Posted by: Jessica O'Sullivan - 12-12-2016, 06:16 PM - Forum: Spanish Writing - Replies (1)

Could you please write me your personal opinion in Spanish on the following:

 
'La publicidad es una parte muy importante de los negocio...'
 
Thanks a million! 

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  How do you say (write) this?
Posted by: Jonathan Arentes - 12-12-2016, 06:15 PM - Forum: Spanish Writing - Replies (1)

What would a host of a circus/carnival say in Spanish if it in English meant "Welcome to Circus Evil!". It's supposed to be like a welcoming shout to the crowd... The circuses name is "Circus Evil", but in Spanish.

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  Question
Posted by: karen - 12-12-2016, 06:14 PM - Forum: Spanish Culture - Replies (1)

what is something in particular that stands out our spanish culture?

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  Where is Spanish Spoken?
Posted by: David Benson - 12-12-2016, 06:13 PM - Forum: Spanish Culture - Replies (1)

Outside of Spain and Latin America where is Spanish spoken.

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  What means the word Guerto or Guerdo
Posted by: Vlad - 12-12-2016, 06:12 PM - Forum: Spanish Culture - Replies (1)

Hello, sorry for the stupid question by I had a dream where I was flying and yelling the word Guerto or possibly Guerdo. It sounds Spanish to me. Does it mean something?

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