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Old March 21, 2013, 11:27 AM
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Originally Posted by AaronCruz View Post
How do you say, "Part of my family is Cuban and they taught me most of what I know," in spanish? Is it, "Parte de mi familia es cubana y ellos me enseñaron gran parte de lo que se," or, "Una parte de mi familia es cubana y ellos me enseñaron mucho de lo que sé."? Or is either okay?
I think "Part of my family is Cuban and they taught me most of what I know," that "most" mean they taught me a lot of thing but not everything, so I translate: Parte de mi familia es cubana y me enseñaron casi todo lo que sé

Meaning they taught you 99% of you know but not 100%. Are you agree?
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