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  1. The correct IDIOM to use in Spanish is: "El que se acuesta con perros, amanece con pulgas...

    1 Answers · Society & Culture · 14/03/2012

  2. ...: I, he, she, you, etc. In Spanish it would make sense to say a phrase without the pronouns since the person... who he/she is talking to , but in English it would not.)

    10 Answers · Society & Culture · 11/03/2007

  3. ... following translation was made of in an understandable spanish trying to keep the romanticism you want to transmit to your lovely lady. If you try...

    8 Answers · Society & Culture · 17/01/2011

  4. It's almost right.. Look, in spanish we don't say "haré mi escuela". It...homework - haré mi tarea" or "I will go to school - iré a la escuela". To watch ...

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 02/01/2009

  5. ...teacher has taught you then choose the colors according to those lessons. I speak Spanish and English since I was a baby, but all Hispanic countries have...

    3 Answers · Society & Culture · 17/02/2011

  6. ... make sense. Many words are cognates to English words. Spanish is a Romance language like French and English ...

    8 Answers · Society & Culture · 21/05/2015

  7. ... conditional. In english you use past tense in second conditional, and in spanish we use subjunctive. Me myself when i have to translate subjunctive to english i think i've always used past tense; so you use past in english for subjunctive...

    1 Answers · Society & Culture · 31/03/2013

  8. ...you say that you are "going to go", in any language, you've repeated... . I am bilingual in English and Spanish . I am studying accordion and...

    15 Answers · Society & Culture · 17/01/2010

  9. ...point out something you may not have thought of. IF you rent to someone who does not speak English , how will you communicate with these people as needed? Anyway, here...

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 30/09/2007

  10. ...su PELO (CABELLO), por favor. He needs to SHAVE his BEARD. - (Él) necesita ... are optional. Pronouns can be omitted in Spanish .

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 27/06/2008

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