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Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. Larger than normal smattering of words, especially: I them met him again when he was coach of Mallorca at a pre-season competition in Menorca in – and he remembered me!
I thought it was novel, not a cookery book. Yes, there is a small window of opportunity during some Saturday afternoons.
Gaticucho sprung to mind for some reason. Carola, please don’t ask me to explain cut the mustard: Are you xophie, linguist or something like that? Other such examples were in another thread Numpty at the Match http: Uso una computadora ajena, y no puedo cambiar el keyboard.
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Eldeano, do you mean to say you have read Don Quijote in its original edition???!!! Before I learned English in high school my native language is Dutch I had to make do with translations until I discovered the world of ‘real’ English. The recent real-life story about the “Odyssey” finding Spanish treasure in the same area reminded me very much of that book.
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Loads of stuff I’m not sure about, but then I forget to make a note of it, or jot it on a piece of paper and lose it. On reflection, the real benefits to me with reading in Spanish have been a improved vocabulary and b the way in which I have unconsciously learned about sentence construction and use of tenses. All righty, check this out: It was The Onedin Line.
Fidelity is our noble purpose, but it does not have much, if anything, to do with what is called literal meaning. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Sudar tinta – to slog, slave fulminar a uno con la mirada – to look daggers at somebody el curare – I don’t know, I think it’s a poison of some kind. It’s called ‘Confesiones de una chica norteamericana en apuros’ by Kim Bradley.
I find Spanish authors more difficult because they use a different style and a wider range of jargon with which even WR can’t help.
Wow, what a book! Maybe she’ll demonstrate on a video blog. So as you say, frenar is to brake, and even without the “tan brutal”, caza frenazo would mean heavy braking.
Maybe from sharing a meal with someone and just leaving crumbs, who knows, it’s hard enough working the English ones out. Gracias por vuestra ayuda.
Right, “le” is an indirect object. With “gatopardesca” i cant help you It’ll drop to 5 degrees before the end of the night’. Sounds right to me, even though the Irish flavor of the expression gets lost in the process. I’m definitely going to give it a try! In any case, what a level you got!! I asked him why he had done this, and he said he had had big problems with this, but basically in Spanish, there is no such thing as a fiddler, a violinista is the nearest!
His best book, in my opinion, is “La Reina del Sur” because not onlt is it a good story but also it is set in a lot of places on the Costa del Sol that I know well so it is easy to imagine. OK I would go for ‘put on a show’ as a decoding of that phrase, but given the context I think I would translate that as ‘we have seen them make an exhibition of themselves