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Have known by heart more than a hundred spanish words as of today... quite a small number but it's a good start...will keep this as my personal log to keep me updated and motivated.


Hasta maπana! :blush:

Edzky-18

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edz.conde wrote:
Have known by heart more than a hundred spanish words as of today... quite a small number but it's a good start...will keep this as my personal log to keep me updated and motivated.
Hasta maπana! :blush:

Congratulations!

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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leosmith wrote:

edz.conde wrote:

Have known by heart more than a hundred spanish words as of today... quite a small

number but it's a good start...will keep this as my personal log to keep me updated and motivated.

Hasta maπana! :blush:

Congratulations!


Gracias! :)

Edzky-18

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¡Muy bien ahora doscientos!

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Excelente, continua así  

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Jade.Xuereb wrote:

¡Muy bien ahora doscientos!


Very good _ 200! Haha! I'm really enjoying this. (No peeking in google here.... I dont know ahora in English and i'm not sure if doscientos is really 200?) 

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Carolina.Rollon wrote:

Excelente, continua así :clap: :clap: :clap:


Excellent, continue as it is ("as it is" is just a guess... haha! Because that's the closest that I thought of to complete the sentence.)


Anyway, muchias gracias para tu comento! :) 


P. S. Please feel free to correct my sentences in spanish. Will take it as new learnings. :)

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edz.conde wrote:

Jade.Xuereb wrote:

¡Muy bien ahora doscientos!

Very good _ 200! Haha! I'm really enjoying this. (No peeking in google here.... I dont know ahora in English and i'm not sure if doscientos is really 200?)

 

Ahora is now and yes 200

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Greg.Jones wrote:

edz.conde wrote:

Jade.Xuereb wrote:

¡Muy bien ahora doscientos!

Very good _ 200! Haha! I'm really enjoying this. (No peeking in google here.... I dont know ahora in English and i'm not sure if doscientos is really 200?)

Ahora is now and yes 200


Very good, now 200!...(Oh, thanks! Ajah for more words!)

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same here. :)

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Aileen.Cortes wrote:

same here. :)


Este bien esto nosotros son ambos aprendezaje Espaπol. :)

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edz.conde wrote:
Espaπol

Tienes un ñ interesante

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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leosmith wrote:

edz.conde wrote:
Espaπol

Tienes un ñ interesante


Haha! Yo soy solamente utulizando mi telefono y no puedo encontrar esto simbolo. 

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Me gusta español tambien :)

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Olga.Cygnel wrote:

Me gusta español tambien :)


Como lejos son tu en aprendezante la lengua? :)

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muy bien, siga aprendiendo...

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edz.conde wrote:
Haha! Yo soy solamente utulizando mi telefono y no puedo encontrar esto simbolo.


Since you said that you don't have any ish' with being corrected, I could add a few improvement suggestions.


The gerundio of utilizar would be utilizando (U-T-I-...). Just like EN "util" and "to utilize".


And the usual way of laughing in Spanish would be "jaja". Because the J is pronounced, but the H is a silent letter.


However, nowadays there also are cases of words with an H that is pronounced as a J. Like "hacker".


Important: These small corrections are about some specific words and phrases only. As for anything beyond, I keep silent. And that silence neither means that I state that everything else has correct grammar etc., nor that I state the opposite. Among the reasons for doing so is that I didn't reach the level of Active C2 Spanish Knowledge yet.


An example is that sometimes, I am not sure yet whether a Spanish native would prefer to use "soy" or "estoy". So I didn't say anything about your use of "soy" here. Maybe others, like Jess, would be able to answer instead.

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"muchias gracias" -> muchas gracias.


"comento" -> The one I know is comentario only.


"nosotros son" -> nosotros somos. "son" is for ellos/ellas/ustedes.


"Como lejos son tu en aprendezante la lengua? :)"


"aprendezante" -> (el) aprendizaje. 


"son" -> eres (or even estás, because of the "ser vs. estar" difference. The same could apply above as well. If estar would fit better to your use of nosotros there, then it would be estamos.)


"tu" as in "¿Y tú?" (and similar phrases) is written with an accent.


That said, I personally would rephrase the entire sentence.

But I also would speak in a similar way (while paying even more attention to verb conjugations ;)) when starting with any language. I am not among those who reject the idea of Tarzan Speak. There are too many examples of people who used it as a bridge to becoming better at whatever they are learning.

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The grammar will come with time, ¡persevere!

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'Muchias Gracias' and 'Te Amo' are the two famous phrases that always comes into my mind from my favorite childhood spanish teleserye.  

Charlyn Amoin

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