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DonaFlor
Tuesday 06th of February 2007 07:47:40 PM
How is it in Spanish...: Is there anybody with an Italian dictionary here?

Thanks in advance


jvz8a
Tuesday 06th of February 2007 09:33:25 PM
"¿Hay aqí alguien con un diccionario de italiano?"

Dana, may I ask you a favour?
If you have more requests like this one, please post them in THIS same thread instead of opening more threeads. Thank you :)


C_david
Thursday 08th of February 2007 10:34:42 PM
Originally posted by jvz8a


"¿Hay aquí alguien con un diccionario de italiano?"




jvz8a
Thursday 08th of February 2007 10:53:55 PM
lol
Dos en un día :p
¡Y no es que no los cometa! Están por todos lados :D


DonaFlor
Sunday 11th of February 2007 04:54:06 PM
jvs! Usted ha escrito palabra 'aquí' no correctamente.

Dos! No me llama Dana. Soy Doña Flor a la Portugués.




jvz8a
Monday 12th of February 2007 12:43:24 AM
Okay!!!!


Danial
Monday 12th of February 2007 11:28:08 AM
lol :p

Heh... couldn't resist :p sorry :p


DonaFlor
Thursday 15th of February 2007 06:37:42 PM
How is in English?: Hoy tenéis una clase de Español, ¿no?


Danial
Thursday 15th of February 2007 08:23:47 PM
Hoy tenéis una clase de Español, ¿no? = Today you(plural) have a Spanish class, no/don't you?


C_david
Friday 16th of February 2007 09:29:10 AM
Bravo Danial!!! Estuvo perfecto!!!


Danial
Sunday 18th of February 2007 08:11:46 PM
Gracias!!! :D :D :D


DonaFlor
Thursday 22nd of February 2007 08:47:04 AM
How is it in English?: 1. Hoy está mi jefe.
2. Ahora van a venir las visitas.


Bereza
Friday 23rd of February 2007 01:03:31 AM
That in English will be:

1. Now my boss is.
2. Now they are going to make visits.

How? Is this correct?


Ivan16
Friday 23rd of February 2007 05:43:22 AM

Ahora van a venir las visitas.

Visits are comming :)

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