what does this Spanish text mean in English ?
please, if you can translate it into English ( te cuento que trato de alcanzarte y no puendo ) .... thanks to all .... lool
- GrahamHLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
"Just to let you know I have been trying to reach you and can't"
("puendo" should be spelt "puedo")
- just-true blueLv 41 decade ago
Te cuento que trato de alcanzarte y no puedo = I have to tell you that I'am trying to reach you and I can't.
- JaniceLv 44 years ago
What do you for a living? What do you work in? What do you do? In general, meaning an activity that you do most of your time, like studying or working.
- Don VertoLv 71 decade ago
I tell you that I try to reach you and I can not.
I don't think -puendo- is a Spanish verb. Try-puedo- I can.Source(s): abuelito
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- Hilda EmmaLv 71 decade ago
I'm telling you, I try to reach you and I can't.
♦Source(s): Spanish is my native language
- Carlos MLv 61 decade ago
"Just to tell you that I am trying to reach you and I can't"
or "Just to tell you that I try to reach and I can't"
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I'm trying to tell you alcanzarte and not puendo