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Your Questions About Please Can I Have In Spanish

July 24, 2013

Laura asks…

can someone check this please (spanish)?

we have a test on spanish speaking countries and their capitals i need to make sure these are all spelled correctly (in spanish) thanks also if i missed in accent marks over any letters please let me know!

Argentina – Buenos Aires
Uruguay – Montevideo
Paraguay – Asuncion
Chile – Santiago
Bolivia – La Paz and Sucre
Peru – Lima
Equador – Quito
Columbia – Bogata`
Venezuela – Caracas
Mexico – Me`xico DF
Belize – Belmopan
Cuba – La Habana
Guatemala – Guatemala
Honduras – Tegucigalpa
El Salvador – San Salvador
Nicaragua – Managua
Coasta Rica – San Jose
Panama – Panama`
Repu`blica Dominicana – Santa Domingo
Puerto Rico – San Juan

Administrator answers:

Argentina – Buenos Aires
Uruguay – Montevideo
Paraguay – Asunción
Chile – Santiago
Bolivia – La Paz.
Perú – Lima
Ecuador – Quito.
Colombia – Bogotá.
Venezuela – Caracas
Mexico – Mexico DF
Belice – Belmopán.
Cuba – La Habana
Guatemala – Guatemala
Honduras – Tegucigalpa
El Salvador – San Salvador
Nicaragua – Managua.
Costa Rica – San José
Panama – Panamá
República Dominicana – Santo Domingo
Puerto Rico – San Juan

Carol asks…

Translate into Spanish Please…. Spanish Speaking Person needed (^; Thanx in advanced!!!!?

Will A Spanish Speaking Person please rewrite these sentences in Spanish? Please

Hi, I have an interest in karate class.Do you know if you can have more
students in your(formal) class?
Teacher: Yes, I can have more students. How long have you been wanting to take
karate classes?
You: I?ve been wanting to begin for six months.
Teacher: Do you know if you can come everyday to class?
Student: Yes, I can come every day.
How long have you been teaching karate?
Teacher: I?ve been teaching karate for 25 years.
Student: Is karate as difficult as gymnastics?
Teacher: No, karate is not as difficult as gymnastics.
Student: When is the next practice?
Teacher: Monday afternoon.
Student: I?m going to come.
Teacher: See you then!

Thank You So much It is Greatly appreciated, (^;

*~Gorgeous054~*

Administrator answers:

I think it would be easier to use google translator.

Hola, tengo un interés en el karate class.Do usted saber si puede tener más
los estudiantes en su (formal) de la clase?
Maestro: Sí, puedo tener más estudiantes. ¿Hace cuánto tiempo que deseen tomar
clases de karate?
Usted: Ive sido querer comenzar por un período de seis meses.
Maestro: ¿Sabe usted si usted puede venir a clase todos los días?
Estudiante: Sí, puede venir todos los días.
¿Cuánto tiempo ha sido la enseñanza de karate?
Maestro: He sido profesor de karate desde hace 25 años.
Estudiante: ¿Es tan difícil como el karate gimnasia?
Maestro: No, el karate no es tan difícil como la gimnasia.
Estudiante: ¿Cuándo es la próxima práctica?
Maestro: lunes por la tarde.
Estudiante: Im que va a venir.
Maestro: Te veo luego!

Donald asks…

please, spanish two help?

My teacher sucks and I don’t get this at all and I have a quiz tomorrow. So, help with understanding this homework might help me.

For this sentence…
Yo ______ (limpio, me limpio) mi cuarto y el bano.
Would it be limpio or me limpio in the blank? Why, and and how can you tell which it would be? I already know that it has the me because it’s a yo and if it was Nosotros it would be nos and so on, but WHY and how can you tell if it’s supposed to have that in front of the limpio?

And for this sentence…..
A todos nos gusta _________ (vestir, vestirnos) con ropa vieja.
Once again, which one, and HOW do you know?

Somebody please teach me a simple way how to do this. Spanish is really hard for me, and my teacher isn’t helping at all. :(

Administrator answers:

Wow, I can’t believe your teacher isn’t helping!
Anyways…
#1: limpio, because we don’t need the “me” beacause we already have to “yo”
#2:vestirnos, beacause “nos” means “us” and vestirnos is a form of vestir for “us”
You know how there are different forms of a word depending on who the sentence is about?
Example:
the infinitive TENER
yo(tengo)
tu/usted(tienes)
ello/ella(tiene)
nosotro/nosotras(tienimos)
ellos/ellas/ustedes(tienen)
—I hope that helps, and if I’m repeating stuff you already know.. I’m sorry!

Susan asks…

Please spanish speakers could anyone translate these few sentences?

soo i have to write a spanish essay in the PRESENT subjunctive. PLEASE SOMEONE TRANSLATE THIS :) ::
There are many problems in the world in general. First of all, I wish for an end to global warming, Also, it is important that the U.S. economy won’t keep falling and will sooner or later return to its once former glory. Not only my family, but the entire world is being affected by the problems of the U.S. It is preferable that there is an end to terrorism in the entire world. Basically, I wish that there is world peace and everyone can live a happy life.

Administrator answers:

En general hay muchos problemas en el mundo. Primero, deseo un fin para el calentamiento global. Tambien es importante que la economia de Estados Unidos no siga decayendo y regrese tarde o temprano a su gloria pasada. No solo mi familia, sino todo el mundo esta siendo afectado por los Estados Unidos. Seria bueno que haya un fin para el terrorismo en el mundo. Basicamente deseo que haya paz mundial y que todos puedan vivir una vida feliz y armoniosa.

Betty asks…

Can I get some help please Spanish Speakers with this song!?

It’s called “Te Voy A Decir Adios” by Myra and the lyrics are nowhere to be found online so I decided to try and figure them out myself. However, I do not fluently speak Spanish and have only taken the class for 3 years so I‘m not sure how accurate I was in writing the lyrics and there are some parts where I can‘t even decipher what the individual words are. (The funny thing is I‘ve been trying to find the lyrics to this song even before I started to learn Spanish so it amazes me that 3 years later, I can actually make out what is being said) So some help pretty please? And feel free to correct any incorrect lyrics. ;)

This is what I have so far:
¿Helo?
Oye chica, ¿qué pasa?
¿Recibiste mi mensaje?
Sí, tenemos que hablar.

Otra vez, aquí estoy tratando de saber dónde estás.
Me pisas por ahí,
Pasando tiempo en tu hogar.
(Sí claro,
Tú no estabas en casa.)

Es increíble.
La manera que me tratas.
No soy tan boba.
No te creas que yo no se.

Ya sabes que te vi.
Por si te descubrí
¿Y es que voy a hacer?

Te voy a decir adiós.
Me voy a despistar
No pienso ni hablar __________________________________
Te voy a decir adiós.
Me voy a despojar.
___________________
Adiós.

Salí con mis amigas para el cine.
Y chico no me imaginé.
Ya veo que sabían por el cuento.
Porque te vi con _______________
________________

Es increíble.
La manera que me tratas.
No soy tan boba.
No te creas que yo no se.

Ya sabes que te vi.
Por si te descubrí
¿Y es que voy a hacer?

Te voy a decir adiós.
Me voy a despistar
No pienso ni hablar __________________________________
Te voy a decir adiós.
Me voy a despojar.
___________________
Adiós.

Amor te extrañaré,
pero prometo no llorar. (Voy a llorar)
No queiro _______________
pero ahora te digo
adiós.

You can listen to the song by typing in “Te Voy A Decir Adios – Myra” into Google. It should pop up on the LaLa player thing, but be careful because you can only listen to it once. PLEASE HELP! This song has been bothering me for years! 10 points to best help!! THANKS!
Yes, that’s the English version that’s on youtube.

Hmmm, it might be be “descolgar” instead but when I listen to the song, the word definitely does not have a hard “g” sound so that’s why I went with despojar, but take a listen and let me know what you think!

Administrator answers:

Isn’t Naruto’s song “Hanging Up On You” the English version? If so, that ‘despojar’ would be ‘descolgar’. The Spanish ‘hard g’ is much softer than the English hard g.

I am not going to waste time on a song that can only be listened to once. Instead, you should listen to “Hanging Up On You” and see if it doesn’t correspond to the lyrics you have tried to transcribe.

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