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post Mar 3 2008, 02:00 AM
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Esto sonará probablemente realmente estúpido porque su tomado de un translater. en línea. hehe


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post Mar 3 2008, 02:00 AM
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QUOTE (Slammer @ Mar 3 2008, 01:58 AM) *
Hola, biggrin.gif

Leche, Agua, Guitarra, Vamos a la playa. <<<---------- Thats all I know mellow.gif


Milk, Water, Guitar, We are going to the beach. I win!


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post Mar 3 2008, 02:02 AM
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You forgot "Hola" so you don't win tongue.gif
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post Mar 3 2008, 02:04 AM
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LOL

it's a tie you both lose lol!!!! tongue.gif By the way if you have any requests for certain words or phrase, post here and i will send you them back in Spanish... Without a online translator lol!!!

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post Mar 3 2008, 02:05 AM
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post Mar 3 2008, 02:06 AM
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QUOTE (Jamesito @ Mar 3 2008, 02:04 AM) *
LOL

it's a tie you both lose lol!!!! tongue.gif By the way if you have any requests for certain words or phrase, post here and i will send you them back in Spanish... Without a online translator lol!!!

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Maybe you can post some stuff in Spanish and let me translate it so I can practice. Don't use too many past-tense verbs or no future-tense, everything else should be ok.


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post Mar 3 2008, 02:06 AM
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QUOTE (Siggum @ Mar 3 2008, 01:00 AM) *
Esto sonará probablemente realmente estúpido porque su tomado de un translater. en línea. hehe


its acutally not that bad lol. I would say it "probablemente esto suena muy estupido porque estoy usando un traductor en linea (or de internet)!!!!

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post Mar 3 2008, 02:10 AM
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QUOTE (Slammer @ Mar 3 2008, 01:05 AM) *
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dont cry my friend lol smile.gif gwt in with the fun on this forum, if you wanna know anything you only have to ask, i would say you could sk what certain insults are but i dont think kris would like it very much biggrin.gif.

Ok Shellshock try this on...

"I play the guitar for a band called Dragonforce, we like to drink milk a lot!!!" lol
its a funny example but randomnus is good in languages, go for it!!!

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post Mar 3 2008, 02:15 AM
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LOL

I used to know more Spanish (My mom is from Costa Rica)

But, I forgot alot of it. And here in Miami about 95% of people speak Spanish, so my lack of it hurts laugh.gif

btw I saw that you Lived in England, cool. I was born there, actually I'm half British by blood blink.gif

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post Mar 3 2008, 02:18 AM
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QUOTE (Slammer @ Mar 3 2008, 01:15 AM) *
LOL

I used to know more Spanish (My mom is from Costa Rica)

But, I forgot alot of it. And here in Miami about 95% of people speak Spanish, so my lack of it hurts laugh.gif

btw I saw that you Lived in England, cool. I was born there, actually I'm half British by blood blink.gif


You live in Miami??? thats awesome dude! I have to stop of there for a night in a few months on my way back to the UK, we gotta meet up in a guitar store and have a random JAM lol. Yeah spanish is important in Miami!!! i was born in Harrgate in Yorkshire (Gods own County)

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post Mar 3 2008, 02:20 AM
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QUOTE (Jamesito @ Mar 3 2008, 02:10 AM) *
dont cry my friend lol smile.gif gwt in with the fun on this forum, if you wanna know anything you only have to ask, i would say you could sk what certain insults are but i dont think kris would like it very much biggrin.gif.

Ok Shellshock try this on...

"I play the guitar for a band called Dragonforce, we like to drink milk a lot!!!" lol
its a funny example but randomnus is good in languages, go for it!!!

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Toco la guitarra para una banda llamé Dragonforce, me gusta beber leche mucho. Lol es un (example) grascioso pero (randomness) es bueno en idiomas, lo va usted para!


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post Mar 3 2008, 02:23 AM
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Yeah, We have a couple big Guitar shops here.

Sam Ash and Guitar Center.

btw how is it in Ecuador?

I lived in Costa Rica for a few months back in 2002. So that's the only Part of Latin America I've seen.

EDIT: Whoops sorry for getting off topic. Perdón

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post Mar 3 2008, 02:28 AM
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QUOTE (shellshock1911 @ Mar 3 2008, 01:20 AM) *
Toco la guitarra para una banda llamé Dragonforce, me gusta beber leche mucho. Lol es un (example) grascioso pero (randomness) es bueno en idiomas, lo va usted para!


Ok the bottom bit was just my bad english lol... ok

Toco la guitarra para una banda (or un Grupo) thats all good btw, QUE SE LLAMA Dragonforce, me gusta beber leche mucho. its good but i said we like milk so it would be Nos gusta beber... but all good dude, good job!

Remember that llamar on its own is just the verb to call like on a telefone.

LLAMARSE is a refelxsive verb, all reflexsive verbs end in SE. it means to call ones self, as in your name.
Me llamo James / my name is James
Se llama Dragonforce / he/she or it is called Dragonforce - in spanish it could be any of those genders, you just have to pick which one you think it is. if it were Se llama Juan you know its gonna be He is called Juan.

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post Mar 3 2008, 02:31 AM
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QUOTE (Slammer @ Mar 3 2008, 01:23 AM) *
Yeah, We have a couple big Guitar shops here.

Sam Ash and Guitar Center.

btw how is it in Ecuador?

I lived in Costa Rica for a few months back in 2002. So that's the only Part of Latin America I've seen.

EDIT: Whoops sorry for getting off topic. Perdón


Its fine about the topic, this thread is for general spanish issues and cultural issues, like life in spain or latin America.
Ecaudor is Great, nice weather, nice people the food is ok, its better in the US though!!. Good beaches plenty to see and do, a lot of crime but I have never been robbed probably because im a big mother f.... lol. Apart from that, great place to live, Rubbish guitars though!!! dont buy one here, how much are the Strats over in miami i was thinking about buying one on a whim lol.

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post Mar 3 2008, 02:33 AM
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QUOTE (Jamesito @ Mar 3 2008, 02:28 AM) *
Ok the bottom bit was just my bad english lol... ok

Toco la guitarra para una banda (or un Grupo) thats all good btw, QUE SE LLAMA Dragonforce, me gusta beber leche mucho. its good but i said we like milk so it would be Nos gusta beber... but all good dude, good job!

Remember that llamar on its own is just the verb to call like on a telefone.

LLAMARSE is a refelxsive verb, all reflexsive verbs end in SE. it means to call ones self, as in your name.
Me llamo James / my name is James
Se llama Dragonforce / he/she or it is called Dragonforce - in spanish it could be any of those genders, you just have to pick which one you think it is. if it were Se llama Juan you know its gonna be He is called Juan.

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Thx yea I didn't know what "We" was in that case so I just put "Me" and the llamar part was a total guess.


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post Mar 3 2008, 02:37 AM
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Fender Stratocasters Made in Mexico, Cost $399 new.

And higher Quality ones cost between $500-$1000. biggrin.gif
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post Mar 3 2008, 02:40 AM
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QUOTE (Slammer @ Mar 3 2008, 01:37 AM) *
Fender Stratocasters Made in Mexico, Cost $399 new.

And higher Quality ones cost between $500-$1000. biggrin.gif


I want an american made Strat, they sell the mexicans ones here of course, about $300/500 depending on the style, I like them actually but Im going to push the boat out and buy the real deal!!!

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post Mar 3 2008, 09:56 AM
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I'd like to ask what might be a really stupid question.

What's the relation between spanish, portugise and italian language?
Are they close related?
I mean, if I learned spanish would I be able to understand enough to get along in Italy and Portugal as an example?
I was in Italy last summer, I'm going to Portugal this summer and who knows, maybe Spain next year.
It's a bit late to learn spanish now, but it's always been an my list of stuff-to-do-when-I-have-the-time smile.gif


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post Mar 3 2008, 11:09 AM
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QUOTE (blindwillie @ Mar 3 2008, 08:56 AM) *
I'd like to ask what might be a really stupid question.

What's the relation between spanish, portugise and italian language?
Are they close related?
I mean, if I learned spanish would I be able to understand enough to get along in Italy and Portugal as an example?
I was in Italy last summer, I'm going to Portugal this summer and who knows, maybe Spain next year.
It's a bit late to learn spanish now, but it's always been an my list of stuff-to-do-when-I-have-the-time smile.gif


Hey,

All three are Latin based languages so they all share similaraties in how verbs are contructed and certain nouns. Spanish and Portugese are a lot closer together as they share many similar verbs and words, Italien is not as close as those two but it the structure of the language still represents them. English on the other hand is a hybrid of Latin and Germanic languages, that´s why we say random lantin things like "Vica-Versa" a lot.

Portugel is a very nice country to visit, the language I would say is more useful than italien as it´s spoken in Portugal, Brazil and Portugese speaking african countries like angola. It´s never to late to learn spanish hehe, I told myself that a few times but I got a lot better until fluency smile.gif . Playing guitar that is on my stuff to do list.

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post Mar 3 2008, 11:42 AM
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QUOTE (Jamesito @ Mar 3 2008, 11:09 AM) *
Hey,

All three are Latin based languages so they all share similaraties in how verbs are contructed and certain nouns. Spanish and Portugese are a lot closer together as they share many similar verbs and words, Italien is not as close as those two but it the structure of the language still represents them. English on the other hand is a hybrid of Latin and Germanic languages, that´s why we say random lantin things like "Vica-Versa" a lot.

Portugel is a very nice country to visit, the language I would say is more useful than italien as it´s spoken in Portugal, Brazil and Portugese speaking african countries like angola. It´s never to late to learn spanish hehe, I told myself that a few times but I got a lot better until fluency smile.gif . Playing guitar that is on my stuff to do list.

Jamesito biggrin.gif

Thanks. That straightened up my questions.
Guitar has much higher priority for me too at the moment, and hey! it's a universal language, right?
Can be hard to walk into a shop and try to explain what I want with a guitar solo though wink.gif


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