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    Spanish room

    I wonder why not there is a room for people who are studying spanish.
    People in this forum are interesting in learning languages. Maybe, that will be usefull.
    I could dance with you till the cows come home...On second thought, I'd rather dance with the cows when you came home

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    I agree. After all, Spanish is one of the most spread languages in the world...
    blame Canada

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamion
    I agree. After all, Spanish is one of the most spread languages in the world...
    Thanks for your support.
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    Most of the languages-besides-Russian forums are inactive or rarely used, plus there's already many good forums on the net for Spanish But I'm sure noone would mind if you made a couple posts in Spanish(along with English or Russian). I do it in German all the time. I'd like to learn Spanish later, but do tell me, do you have something similar to le subjonctif in Spanish?

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    Aw, yeah. Spanish has a big ol' subjunctive. For a long time it was my mortal enemy, but el subjunctivo and I are buddies now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pravit
    Most of the languages-besides-Russian forums are inactive or rarely used, plus there's already many good forums on the net for Spanish But I'm sure noone would mind if you made a couple posts in Spanish(along with English or Russian). I do it in German all the time. I'd like to learn Spanish later, but do tell me, do you have something similar to le subjonctif in Spanish?
    El subjuntivo en spanish es efectivamente un dolor de cabeza incluso para mi.Subjuntive in spanish is indeed a headache even to myself
    (I have a keyboard in english-russian and I used to click Alt +164 or 165 to ene spanish, but it doesn't work in the forum only when I use Microsoft word, I dont know why)
    for this reason I am just writting spanish instead of espa-ol
    I could dance with you till the cows come home...On second thought, I'd rather dance with the cows when you came home

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    El subjuntivo es el enemigo de todos los libres personas del mundo. El subjuntivo es el Osama bin Laden de formas gramaticas.

    Si yo pudiera vivir sin el subjuntivo, yo [i]vivir

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    [quote=Линдзи]El subjuntivo es el enemigo de todos los libres personas del mundo. El subjunctive es el Osama bin Laden de formas gramaticas.

    Si yo pudiera vivir sin el subjuntivo, yo [i]vivir
    I could dance with you till the cows come home...On second thought, I'd rather dance with the cows when you came home

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    [quote=Линдзи]Aprend
    I could dance with you till the cows come home...On second thought, I'd rather dance with the cows when you came home

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    Pues, despu

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    Wow, I've never opened a Spanish book in my life (but I learnt Portuguese for about 5 months) and I can understand 70% of what you're writing (even that el subjunctivo bit ) .. sometimes I wish I was back in Romance world.. so much easier...

    ahem sorry sometimes I wish I were...
    Море удачи и дачу у моря

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    [quote=Линдзи]Pues, despu
    I could dance with you till the cows come home...On second thought, I'd rather dance with the cows when you came home

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    Aha, I can also understand what is being said! You know, I have a Spanish grammar book in the bookshelf. Let us pull it out sometime later to join in the fun.

    Nosotros tenemos UNIVISION y muchos otras estaciones espanolas. Aunque yo puedo comprender el espanol escribi yo no puedo comprender cuando ellos hablan muy pronto.

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    good idea

    You should use pronto in other situation.
    will you come back soon?
    (tu) volveras pronto?

    b]ni[/b] comprender cuando ellos hablan muy deprisa o rapido
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    Well, that was reassuringly simple. Which is one of the reasons I shall never learn Spanish: I can already read it anyway...
    Army Anti-Strapjes
    Nay, mats jar tripes
    Jasper is my Tartan
    I am a trans-Jert spy
    Jerpty Samaritans
    Pijams are tyrants
    Jana Sperm Tit Arsy

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    Quote Originally Posted by waxwing
    Wow, I've never opened a Spanish book in my life (but I learnt Portuguese for about 5 months) and I can understand 70% of what you're writing (even that el subjunctivo bit ) .. sometimes I wish I was back in Romance world.. so much easier...

    ahem sorry sometimes I wish I were...
    That is true. It is easier that portugues can speak spanish than the other way round. We can understand each other but speak portugues is more difficult than spanish. they have unknown sounds for us.

    It is amazing
    When I "futbol" player from Portugal (no many) but from Brazil come to Spain. he is interviewed in the airport and he can speak some words with a strong accent but he can understand and is able to communicate.
    I could dance with you till the cows come home...On second thought, I'd rather dance with the cows when you came home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasper May
    Well, that was reassuringly simple. Which is one of the reasons I shall never learn Spanish: I can already read it anyway...
    My dear Jas-Jas, you don't have to learn very much Russian to read it, so why bother learning more to be able to understand it, write it, and speak it correctly?

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