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|virginiadr It means he stood up very fast, with a jump...all your traslation is great. |
|virginiadr Hello anonymous!.|
I’m Virginia, from Spain. I saw nobody answered you...so here i go. Hope it’s not too late
1. ¿Adónde vas a ir? A Cancun, México (Voy a ir a Cancún, México)
2. ¿Cómo prefieres viajar? ¿Vas en tren? ¿autobús? ¿avión? ¿barco? Prefiero ...
|virginiadr Elxmark, I don’t know where you are from...or why you are making this question....but here i go...In Spain we always traslate all the foreign film, even the titles of them, so I’ll write the name of all those films as we know them in Spain...some ...|
|virginiadr It wasn't a silly question at all, i just wondered why u asked it, I was curious, no more. In fact I think it's a very interesting question...because I love cinema!. And it was a pleasure to help you.|
You're right, it's better to say: "La gata ...
|virginiadr Hello again EXLMARK!!,|
Here's my answer.
It's a chicken feed!= ¡Eso es calderilla!=¡Es una miseria!
It's a walk in the park!=It's a piece of cake!= ¡Está chupado!=¡Es pan comido!=¡Es coser y cantar!
Give me a ballpark figure= Dímelo a ojo de buen ...
|virginiadr A todo gas has anything to do with flatulence at all.|
"A todo gas" means very very fast, "a toda velocidad".
In this expresion "gas" means all the nitro/petrol u give to a car...
The film "The fast and the furious", in Spain is called: "A todo ...
|virginiadr Elxmark is correct about all, except that we can say perfectly "¿Cómo eres?" but in another situation. Just imagine you are chatting with somebody you have never met in all your life and you want to know how he/she looks like...you can ask: ...|
|virginiadr ¡¡¡Yo no soy nadie sin mi bidé!!!!, jajajaja!!!. |