• Does anyone know what this symbol is?

    It looks like the character for "friend" (友). Where was this sign seen?
    It looks like the character for "friend" (友). Where was this sign seen?
    3 answers · China · 2 years ago
  • Can someone translate this Spanish to English for me please?

    1) Honey, if you don't mind, tell me where you're from? 2) But where are you from, honey? "guapa" literally means "good-looking girl", much like "honey" or "babe" in English. To say "where are you (right now)" in Spanish, it's "¿Dónde estás tú (ahora mismo)?" show more
    1) Honey, if you don't mind, tell me where you're from? 2) But where are you from, honey? "guapa" literally means "good-looking girl", much like "honey" or "babe" in English. To say "where are you (right now)" in Spanish, it's "¿Dónde estás tú (ahora mismo)?"
    10 answers · Languages · 9 years ago
  • Spanish Speakers, translate this simple paragraph please ! (: Easssy .?

    My translation: Voy a hacer cartas de invitación para la fiesta. Tendrán colores y símbolos tradicionales. Los haré desde cero y después los enviaré. En nuestra cultura es importante mantener las tradiciones.
    My translation: Voy a hacer cartas de invitación para la fiesta. Tendrán colores y símbolos tradicionales. Los haré desde cero y después los enviaré. En nuestra cultura es importante mantener las tradiciones.
    6 answers · Languages · 9 years ago
  • English to Spanish translation?

    If you mean that he finished his Spanish studies, you can say: «(Él) ha terminado sus estudios de castellano, de una vez por todas.» If you mean to say that he stopped studying Spanish and did not finish the course, you can say: «Ha dejado de estudiar el castellano, de una vez por todas.» Or, for a sense of finality: «Ha dejado de... show more
    If you mean that he finished his Spanish studies, you can say: «(Él) ha terminado sus estudios de castellano, de una vez por todas.» If you mean to say that he stopped studying Spanish and did not finish the course, you can say: «Ha dejado de estudiar el castellano, de una vez por todas.» Or, for a sense of finality: «Ha dejado de estudiar el castellano, para siempre.» Or, for a more formal tone: «Ha dejado de estudiar el castellano indefinidamente.»
    11 answers · Languages · 10 years ago
  • How do you say "don't lecture me" in spanish?

    The usual phrase is "¡No me eches sermón!" (lit. "Don't give me a sermon.") Another way to say it is "No me des sermon (por favor)" ([Please] don't preach me any sermons.)
    The usual phrase is "¡No me eches sermón!" (lit. "Don't give me a sermon.") Another way to say it is "No me des sermon (por favor)" ([Please] don't preach me any sermons.)
    5 answers · Languages · 9 years ago
  • Spanish Speakers: Can you translate this conversation for me?

    Best answer: Grace: Hello. I am Grace. And you are? Hannah: Pleased to meet you. I am Hanna. Grace: Where are you from? Hannah: (I am from) San Diego. And you? Grace: Same place. What's your phone number? Hannah: It's 555-5555. Grace: And your e-mail? Hannah: blah@yahoo.com Grace: How old are you? Hannah: (I'm) 14. Grace: When... show more
    Best answer: Grace: Hello. I am Grace. And you are? Hannah: Pleased to meet you. I am Hanna. Grace: Where are you from? Hannah: (I am from) San Diego. And you? Grace: Same place. What's your phone number? Hannah: It's 555-5555. Grace: And your e-mail? Hannah: blah@yahoo.com Grace: How old are you? Hannah: (I'm) 14. Grace: When is your birthday? Hannah: 26 of January. Grace: I have to go. Goodbye. Hannah: See you later! Also, when we talk about age, we say "Yo tengo 14 años", not "Yo soy 14 años". Age is a temporary state, so it does not take any form of the verb "set" (to be). The following applies if you have Micorsoft Windows Desktop program on your computer. I do not know about other programs ^^; To make the ñ, hold down the ALT key and type in 164 in the NUM LOCK pad. (NUM LOCK must be on.) Then release the ALT key and the ñ should appear. If you want the Ñ, type 165 in the NUM LOCK pad. The upside down exclamation mark (¡) can be obtained by typing in 173. The European quotation marks. « = ALT + 174 » = ALT + 175 For the vowels: ü = ALT + 129 á = ALT + 160 é = ALT + 130 í = ALT + 161 ó = ALT + 162 ú = ALT + 163
    7 answers · Languages · 10 years ago
  • Spanish Help! help me put english into Spanish!?

    Me encanta Hámilton ya que estando aquí disfruto de mucho amigos nuevos, en especial en la clase de inglés para extranjeros (ESOL). Me encantan el ambiente tranquilo y los bellos paisajes. Es una ciudad muy linda.
    Me encanta Hámilton ya que estando aquí disfruto de mucho amigos nuevos, en especial en la clase de inglés para extranjeros (ESOL). Me encantan el ambiente tranquilo y los bellos paisajes. Es una ciudad muy linda.
    6 answers · Languages · 10 years ago
  • Native spanish speaker taking the spanish placement test...how will I do?

    Best answer: Provided you brush up on grammar and vocabulary to complement your own Spanish skills, you should be able to score higher than 90% on the test. Also, if a literature section is expected you should read a couple of works of fiction in Spanish - although Spanish lit is its own separate test.
    Best answer: Provided you brush up on grammar and vocabulary to complement your own Spanish skills, you should be able to score higher than 90% on the test. Also, if a literature section is expected you should read a couple of works of fiction in Spanish - although Spanish lit is its own separate test.
    1 answer · Languages · 9 years ago
  • Can somebody translate this for me? (into spanish please)?

    Hola. Me llamo X y tengo Y años. Tengo una hermana estupenda y 2 padres divorciados. Estoy escribiendo este párrafo como proyecto para mi curso de español básico. Ya llevo un año aprediendo español y ha sido una experiencia estupenda. He aprendido varias palabras, especialmente las de enseres domésticos tales como puerta, piso, ventana, teléfono,... show more
    Hola. Me llamo X y tengo Y años. Tengo una hermana estupenda y 2 padres divorciados. Estoy escribiendo este párrafo como proyecto para mi curso de español básico. Ya llevo un año aprediendo español y ha sido una experiencia estupenda. He aprendido varias palabras, especialmente las de enseres domésticos tales como puerta, piso, ventana, teléfono, silla, mesa, cama, radio, tocador, sofá, televisor, etc. ****************************************... Hopefully you've been studying Spanish on a regular basis. Even if I could tell you everything you need to know to speak Spanish fluently, there is no substitute for putting in the hours of study and practice. After all, stunningly beautiful women are not so much born as they are made `-^
    4 answers · Languages · 10 years ago
  • What are this in spanish? please help me translate this!?

    Best answer: My translation. **************************** Aun sigo amando a tu hijo. Sé que tú y tu esposa intentaban ayudarlo anteriormente a venir a este país para verme, mas las probabilidades de eso son (demasiado) pocas. Acaso es por fortuna que lo nuestro se ha acabado, y todas aquellas oportunidades han pasado a la historia... Pues me... show more
    Best answer: My translation. **************************** Aun sigo amando a tu hijo. Sé que tú y tu esposa intentaban ayudarlo anteriormente a venir a este país para verme, mas las probabilidades de eso son (demasiado) pocas. Acaso es por fortuna que lo nuestro se ha acabado, y todas aquellas oportunidades han pasado a la historia... Pues me alegré saber algo sobre su familia, por la cual he aprendido a amar a todos ustedes. Gracias a ti, tu mamá, Iris me ha aceptado, de alguna manera, como su futura nuera. Acaso no nos toca a H** y yo estar juntos en esta vida, pero sin embargo él sigue estando en mi corazón y sé que será difícil olvidarlo. Rogaré por todos ustedes que están allá. ¡Cuánto deseo poder algún día verlos! Pero ahora no puedo hacer nada. No tengo ningún control sobre estos eventos. Quiero decirte gracias y hasta siempre. *************************************** See my personal profile for my e-mail, if you like.
    5 answers · Languages · 10 years ago
  • Can anyone translate this into cubano-spanish?

    Best answer: ¿Cómo supe que fuiste real? Un imágen en mi celular; subío a mi Dell Un pensamiento que en la hora más inoportuna se apodera de mí. La co'quillita en mi panza que se sube ha'ta mi garganta. Una gota de agua salá bajando por la mejilla Ná de tocar, ná de agarrar Mis labios se han puesto frío. ¿Ha' e'tao ahí de... show more
    Best answer: ¿Cómo supe que fuiste real? Un imágen en mi celular; subío a mi Dell Un pensamiento que en la hora más inoportuna se apodera de mí. La co'quillita en mi panza que se sube ha'ta mi garganta. Una gota de agua salá bajando por la mejilla Ná de tocar, ná de agarrar Mis labios se han puesto frío. ¿Ha' e'tao ahí de verdá? Un corazón ante' lleno le e'tán faltando trozos, pero se mueven y así a vece' me siento entero. ¡Ma' e' fuga'! ¿De verdá fui tocá, o era sólo mi imaginación? In "normal" Spanish: ¿Cómo supe que fuiste real? Un imágen en mi celular, subido a me Dell Un pensamiento que en el momento más inoportuno se apodera de mí. El ruido de mi panza, subiendo hasta mi garganta Una gota de agua salada, bajando por mi mejilla Nada de tocar y nada de agarrar Se han vuelto frío mis labios ¿Has estado ahí de verdad? Un corazón antes lleno ya le faltan trozos, mas se mueven y así hay días cuando me siento lleno. ¡Pero es fugaz! ¿De veras fui tocada o era sólo mi imaginación?
    3 answers · Languages · 10 years ago
  • How do you say "Fukcing awesome, I love you." in Spanish?

    Best answer: Depends on the country. "¡Qué chingón!" is common among Mexicans. As for the rest... ¡Cojonudo! Me encanta tu blog. (At least this is what an Argentine would say.) A Cuban would say (and you should be VERY careful when and where you say it!)... ¡Empingao! ¡Qué clase de blog tienes, asere!
    Best answer: Depends on the country. "¡Qué chingón!" is common among Mexicans. As for the rest... ¡Cojonudo! Me encanta tu blog. (At least this is what an Argentine would say.) A Cuban would say (and you should be VERY careful when and where you say it!)... ¡Empingao! ¡Qué clase de blog tienes, asere!
    12 answers · Languages · 9 years ago
  • How much is 39.000JPY in american money?

    Best answer: Well, right now USD$1 = JPY91 or so. JPY39,000 should give you around USD$428.57. Currencies fluctuate a few cents up or down on a daily basis. A couple of years ago, USD$1 would give you around JPY120. Now, with the decline in the value of USD due to the effects of the Great Recession, the JPY has gained value against the USD. Not... show more
    Best answer: Well, right now USD$1 = JPY91 or so. JPY39,000 should give you around USD$428.57. Currencies fluctuate a few cents up or down on a daily basis. A couple of years ago, USD$1 would give you around JPY120. Now, with the decline in the value of USD due to the effects of the Great Recession, the JPY has gained value against the USD. Not too long ago it reached JPY89 = USD$1. Now it's around JPY90 or 91 to the dollar. Too strong a JPY is not good for Japanese companies that depend on exports for much of their revenue, including Toyota and the other big Japanese carmakers. If you go to Yahoo!Finance they have a currency converter that you can use. Very handy ^^ If I'm not wrong Scottrade also has one on their website.
    3 answers · Japan · 9 years ago
  • Emergency can someone please translate from spanish to english?

    I like to feel pain very much. Tell me all about it once more. I want to hear it. I truly do! You have a talent for pleasuring... third parties...
    I like to feel pain very much. Tell me all about it once more. I want to hear it. I truly do! You have a talent for pleasuring... third parties...
    7 answers · Languages · 9 years ago
  • Learn Spanish fluently?

    Best answer: If you've been studying your Spanish on a regular basis and practiced sentence patterns, 2 months in Spain should not be too daunting. An art student who's learned all the lines, shapes, and combinations of colour must learn to put it all together and make good pictures before he can call himself an artist. You, who has... show more
    Best answer: If you've been studying your Spanish on a regular basis and practiced sentence patterns, 2 months in Spain should not be too daunting. An art student who's learned all the lines, shapes, and combinations of colour must learn to put it all together and make good pictures before he can call himself an artist. You, who has learned vocabulary, grammar, and sentence patterns in Spanish just needs an opportunity to put it all together in a real-world setting. If your conversational Spanish is not that good, not to worry. Just use very basic phrases, such as those for requesting food, drink, etc., and basic greetings. If you are indeed interested in improving your Spanish, your Spanish hosts will be more than happy to serve as your "teachers". With constant practice your Spanish will become rather fluent (^-^)
    2 answers · Languages · 9 years ago
  • English to Spanish translation: NO ONLINE TRANSLATORS, natives only please?

    My translation. **************************** Saludos. Soy James Jowett y con mucho placer les invito a esta reunión. Es un gran privilegio tener aquí hoy a tantos architectos y urbanistas talentosos para contribuir algunas ideas que facilitarán la vida cuotidiana en las ciudades grandes de España y el mundo. Primero... tenemos al minstro del... show more
    My translation. **************************** Saludos. Soy James Jowett y con mucho placer les invito a esta reunión. Es un gran privilegio tener aquí hoy a tantos architectos y urbanistas talentosos para contribuir algunas ideas que facilitarán la vida cuotidiana en las ciudades grandes de España y el mundo. Primero... tenemos al minstro del medio ambiente. **************************** If by "developer" you mean a real-estate developer, the term is "promotor inmobiliario". If you could provide a bit more information on the professional background of your audience, it would assist translation greatly. I'm not a professional, so you may want to find a pro translator to proofread it - although I believe it should pass muster even then.
    3 answers · Languages · 10 years ago
  • What is the average rainfall of a river?

    Which river are you talking about? Rivers are part of a hydrological cycle that provides their water. Water evaporates from the river and surrounding land, turns into clouds, and falls at rain. Whatever falls near the source becomes part of the river. See the below links for details.
    Which river are you talking about? Rivers are part of a hydrological cycle that provides their water. Water evaporates from the river and surrounding land, turns into clouds, and falls at rain. Whatever falls near the source becomes part of the river. See the below links for details.
    3 answers · Geography · 10 years ago
  • Can someone translate this question and sentence into Spanish?

    ¿Cómo se paga el cargo de proceso en el sitio (web) principal del Centro Nacional de Visas? ¿Y cuánto se demorará para conseguir una entrevista con el consulado estadounidense después de terminarse los 3 días tras pagarlo (por internet)? ¡Le agradezco mucho la ayuda! (Thanks so much for your help!) ¡No hay de qué! (Don't mention it!) show more
    ¿Cómo se paga el cargo de proceso en el sitio (web) principal del Centro Nacional de Visas? ¿Y cuánto se demorará para conseguir una entrevista con el consulado estadounidense después de terminarse los 3 días tras pagarlo (por internet)? ¡Le agradezco mucho la ayuda! (Thanks so much for your help!) ¡No hay de qué! (Don't mention it!)
    3 answers · Languages · 10 years ago
  • Which one is more difficult to learn, english, french or spanish?

    Depends. What is the native language of the student learning any of the above languages? This is an important factor, since languages are different in terms of the thinking processes that they inform, in addition to the grammar and vocabulary. For speakers of any Indo-European language, the abovementioned languages are not too difficult. English... show more
    Depends. What is the native language of the student learning any of the above languages? This is an important factor, since languages are different in terms of the thinking processes that they inform, in addition to the grammar and vocabulary. For speakers of any Indo-European language, the abovementioned languages are not too difficult. English has a peculiar grammar and usage, so it might be difficult for those who did not learn it at mother's knee. French and Spanish have grammatical structures closer to that of other European languages, so these may be easier to pick up for most. Russian and other Slavic languages have grammatical structures more like that of Latin than any modern European language. (Russian verbs resemble those of Romance languages and, to a lesser extent, Germanic ones.) Speakers of languages such as Hungarian or Finnish would encounter things that they did not encounter in their native languages, when learning English, Spanish, or French. French has pronunciation that takes some time to master - especially the nasal vowels. Spanish pronunciation is a bit easier to master and the grammar is more regular than that of French, but French is often considered to have a more logical syntax (arrangement of words in a sentence). English is difficult because the spelling and pronunciation do not always match logically and, while nasal vowels are largely absent, there are still new pronunciations to be learned, unless the learner's native language already has them. This is why Germans, Scandinavians, and Dutchmen often have little difficulty learning English - while Spaniards and Frenchmen can learn each other's languages without undue difficulty.
    25 answers · Languages · 10 years ago
  • Important letter English -> Spanish translate please urgent!?

    Best answer: My translation. (Giving it my 100%, but it might not be perfect, so have a professional translator check it for you `-^) ****************************************************** Mi familia es bien grande y atípica ya que tenemos dos pares de jimaguas. Yo y mi hermano de 10 años lo somos y mis hermanos mayores, ambos de 11 años, lo son... show more
    Best answer: My translation. (Giving it my 100%, but it might not be perfect, so have a professional translator check it for you `-^) ****************************************... Mi familia es bien grande y atípica ya que tenemos dos pares de jimaguas. Yo y mi hermano de 10 años lo somos y mis hermanos mayores, ambos de 11 años, lo son también. Mi hermano Tuco, se parece casi idéntico a mí con su cabello rubio, ojos azules, y alta estatura. Mis hermanos mayores, Pablo y Ramón, no se parecen tanto ya que sus caras son distintas, mas comparten cabello pardo, ojos pardos, y estatura media. Casi nunca tenemos pleitos y pues normalmente nos llevamos bien. A todos nos gusta jugar al voleibol y al fútbol. Para eso vamos al parque y jugamos (allá). Ninguno de nosotros toca (ningún) instrumento musical, menos Ramón, a quien le encanta tocar la guitarra. Mi papá y mamá, Roberto y Alicia, son fantásticos. Alicia cocina fantástico y tiene para ser cocinera. Mi papá es muy simpático. Cuando éramos jovencitos y de molestia nos toleraron con paciencia. ¡A veces chistean diciendo que quisieran tener una hija! Nuestro perro mascota, Willabee, es también parte de nuestra familia. Es muy lindo, mas es muy perezoso y a veces molesta. ¡Una vez se comió mi tarea de escuela! Su pelo es color pardo con *****, blanco, y gris. Le encanta ladrarle a todo que se mueve y pues mi mamá lo está capacitando para resistir el impulso. En general, mi familia es maravillosa.
    2 answers · Languages · 10 years ago