Hi friends, I would like to know how you guys learned Spanish, or are learning it..? School, friends, moving abroad, home studies, ect. I would love to hear your stories! Regards, M
|Angelica I've study spanish for over a year now, and I have lot's of books, cd's, multimedia, spanishtalking penpals.. My bestfriend and me are talking and studying together and also my boyfriend is from Chile. It's a beautiful language, and I'm going ...|
The name "Jorge" would sound like "Hor-Hay." The Spanish "J" has an "H" sound and so does the "G" in this name. Be careful, the letter "G" does not always sound like a "H." It can sometimes sounds like the "G" in gato .
I have taken spanish courses at the college near me. I also have bought some CD's to hear the pronunciation and books from the book store to help with verb conjugations and grammar. I am big on books. Get all you can get your hands on ...
Hi, I have heard that if people are learning English they should read Harry Potter in English because it's supposedly an easy book to read, could you say the same for the Spanish version? Would you recommend someone who knows the basics of Spanish ...
|Musia_musia no puedo encontrar "harry" en espańol en el internet. Si alguien puede, mandame un texto... mi correo-e es [******] no es importante que libro exactamente |
|Timbo quiero decir algo sobre harry potter en espanol. primero he leiendo es libro en alleman. es mi lengua madre. despues lo leei en inglese. ahora mi inglese es tan bueno, no leer libros para aprender pero solo para entretenime......|
el primero libro ...
|Just Jack No entiendo por qué Harry Potter gusta tanto|
Hi I seriousely want to start learning spanish on my own now, not really learning how to speak it, but understanding and reading. I figured buying books with vocabulary and grammer exersises would be the best way to start... now does anyone know of ...
|Mylam I would recon that childrens books would be a great thing to start off with... something like "my fist 1000 words" to get some vocabulary done |
|Woodward Chile I agree. Children Books are always good to start with. They don't use 'difficult' vocabulary, usually the essential words that are normally used in every day life (apart from the odd dragon or purple flying cow that we don't use that much ). Kidd ...|
|Sven Yea that sounds good to me! But I guess it's gonna be difficult to find some decent ones |Mylam
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|Anonymous Hi Mylam!|
The translation for "that is the least I could do ..." is
- "eso es lo menos que podría hacer para ayudarte"
- "eso es lo mínimo que podría ... "
you can use both (both are correct)
AIXA, from Spain
|Sextus The translation is perfect. However, in Spanish there is no problem to leave "para ayudarte" out, provided that the context makes clear what one means. So one could well say "Es lo menos que podría hacer", or in the past: "Era lo menos que podía ...|
|Mylam Wow thanks a lot for your help!|
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