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Need to say something in Spanish. Only spanish speakers please?

Need to say something in Spanish. Only spanish speakers please? Topic: Case spanish
July 18, 2019 / By Abigil
Question: How do I say in spanish: I love latin music too! Thats great that you found a latin band to play at your wedding! How do I say Nice tuxedo in spanish?
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Stuart Stuart | 10 days ago
¡A mi me encanta la música latina también! ¡Que bien (here you can substitute chévere,padre,chido or buena onda for bien) que encontraste un grupo latino para tocar en tu boda! NOW that second sentence only applies if you are speaking in 3rd person singular. If you are speaking in 3rd person plural (both of the newlyweds) instead of"encontraste un grup latina para tocar en tu boda!" you would say "encontraron un grupo latino para tocar en su boda!" If it is really a tuxedo you would say " Que bonito esmoquin." At least in Mexico that is how one would say it. I don't know what regional dialect your friend speaks, but I would suggest that you say " Que bonito traje" which means "What a nice suit." That way you are covered no matter what a tux is called in your friends native version of Spanish or in the case that he is wearing a morning coat, tails or anything else that is NOT a tuxedo.
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Stuart Originally Answered: Help Make My Spanish Paragraph Better! ANY GOOD SPANISH SPEAKERS HELP ME! (spanish 1)?
Actually you did well for your first year of Spanish. First of all, this is a great place to translate words: http://www.ask.com/web?q=translate+engli... Where it says "English to Spanish translation" type your word in the box and press "Go". As to your paragraph, the following things should always be capitalized: * names of languages such is Ingles * titles such as Senor Logue Also adjectives always go after nouns in Spanish. Instead of: the red dog in Spanish we say: the dog red (el perro rojo) In your paragraph, you need to correct: * favorita clase should be clase favorita * fabuloso teacher should be teacher fabuloso (Shall I tell you how to say teacher? Nah more useful to look it up at that web page I gave you. You remember it better if you look it up.) I would say "saco buenas notas" instead of "tengo buenas notas". Yo estudiar needs to be conjugated. Yo hablar turns into yo hablo, so yo estudiar should be....? todod los dias should be todos los dias La clase es divertido should be la clase es divertida. That's all I notice! P.S. If you really want to kiss up, say Spanish is one of your favorite classes too! P.S. #2 I noticed someone gave you a link to an online translator. Those are good for getting a rough translation, but they make LOTS of mistakes, so don't rely on them. You can use them to get a rough translation and then fix it up yourself.
Stuart Originally Answered: Help Make My Spanish Paragraph Better! ANY GOOD SPANISH SPEAKERS HELP ME! (spanish 1)?
The original English text would have helped. Querida Sra. Mittage, Tengo clases de matemáticas, inglés, historia, español, ciencias, arte, educación física, coro y banda. Mi clase favorita es la de historia. Tengo la clase de historia a las dos y diez de la tarde. La clase de historia es divertida porque el señor Logue es un profesor fabuloso. Todos los días tengo que escuchar y hacer preguntas sobre el tema. Tengo que estudiar mucho en la clase de historia. Obtengo buenas notas porque estudio todos los días. Cordialmente, Margarita

Paris Paris
Ok, the area isn't consistently required in spanish, so I could write: Arturo Sandoval es un trompetista famoso. Nació en Cuba en los años cincuenta y comenzó a tocar música a los thirteen años en l. a. banda del pueblo. Después de tocar muchos instrumentos, se enamoró de l. a. trompeta (with out que). Desde entonces ha estado TOCANDO l. a. trompeta.
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Lon Lon
¡Amo la música latina también! ¡Eso es grande que usted encontró una venda latina para jugar en su boda! and the other one is the same
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Lon Originally Answered: Would any Native/Fluent Spanish Speakers enjoy helping me with a Spanish Practice activity?
Hi, I'm native speaker from Latin America. Todos los días me levanto a las 5:30 A.M. (cinco y media de la mañana), luego de eso me cepillo los dientes, me afeito y me ducho; en eso me demoro alrededor de 15 minutos. Después me visto, me desayuno y salgo a estudiar. In English it would be: Every day I wake up at 5:30 in the morning, after that I brush my teeth, I shave and take a shower: in that I take about 15 minutes. Later I put on my clothes, I have breakfast and I go out to study. John, the user above, has some grammar mistakes, the right way to say what he wrote would be... "Por la mañana, me despierto a las ocho menos cuarto y me levanto a las ocho y cuarto. Después me ducho , me cepillo los dientes y me PEINO el pelo. Por lo general, me PONGO la ropa a las ocho y media para ASEGURARME de llegar a tiempo a la escuela"

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