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Hola no sé si debo escribir en español o ingles pero espero poder encontrar alguien en linea que sabe espanol. Es duro conocer personas que hablar la idioma en mi locacion. Si hay es alguien que quiere ayudar, por favor me informa.:rolleyes:

Lo siento si mi español es terriblé.

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15 hours ago, Mikala said:

Hola no sé si debo escribir en español o ingles pero espero poder encontrar alguien en linea que sabe espanol. Es duro conocer personas que hablar la idioma en mi locacion. Si hay es alguien que quiere ayudar, por favor me informa.:rolleyes:

Lo siento si mi español es terriblé.

Una pequeña ayuda de cómo se debe escribir lo que has posteado:

"Hola no sé si deba escribir en español o inglés pero espero poder encontrar alguien en linea que sepa español. Es difícil conocer personas que hablen el mismo idioma donde yo vivo. Si hay alguien que quiera ayudar, por favor que me informe.

Lo siento si me español es terrible."

I'm Spanish native, Chile-Mexico, so as you can see I'm learning English.

Greetings!

PS.- By the way, the title must be "Ayuda con Español"

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Si gusta usted cada quien puede postear algo en su idioma, y luego en el idioma que está aprendiendo, para luego recibir correcciones de la otra persona. Le parece? De hecho abrí una sección que se llama "Right & Wrong", precisamente para tal efecto.

Saludos!

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3 hours ago, Mikala said:

Oh muchas gracias! Esto es sorprendente. Piensé que yo no pude encontrar alguien pronto. Soy de estados unidos, específicamente Georgia. Espero poder ayudar con tu íngles también. :D

La corrección a lo que escribió sería:

"... Pensé que no encontraría a alguien tan pronto."

Lo demás está bien escrito.

Greetings!

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Se dice: "Nada en especial" o "Nada en específico". :)

Esa página tiene bastante información, más de lo que yo sabía, por supuesto.  :cool:

That site has a lot of information, more than I know, of course.

Por cierto, sería tan amable en corregirme el Inglés que pudiera haber escrito mal? Se lo agradecería enormemente, ya que estoy aprendiendo dicho idioma. Gracias de antemano!

By the way, would you be so kind to correct the English that I might have written bad? I would greatly apreciate it, since I'm learning English. Thanks in advance!

 

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Your English is great! Probably better than mine. I hated learning about grammar in school.^_^

Tu íngles es grandioso. Más mejor que mía. Odié aprender gramática de íngles en escuela.

 

Perdon por ser informal.

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No creo que mi inglés sea mejor que el de alguien nativo en ese idioma. :P De todos modos, gracias.

Yo traduciría al español lo que puso en inglés de la siguiente forma:

"Su inglés es grandioso! Probablemente mejor que el mío. Odiaba aprender gramática en la escuela."

Greetings!

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