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Old October 22, 2008, 03:28 PM
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Very funny, I like pidginations.

Chequeamos fuera? Shall we check out?

Ir tieso fuera...hehehe...go straight away
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It's comic and funny but also it's nice.
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what first came to my head was a blur of confusion!!
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Hi Jess,

Give it a shot, try to say sth in spanish

It's fun

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What does sth meaning ?

I don't understand that word.
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sth=something

sbd=somebody
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It's funny BUT people have been using it for many, many years. Who are we to say they are wrong and that we are right? Or that we who have studied the language should make fun of "them".

That is the beauty of language! I think the most beautiful thing is that we embrace it no matter what and we try to understand. I truly enjoy listening to people talk and the use of different idioms and such. I truly love all aspects of language.

I hope I share that love with all of "us".

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1: la verdad
2: muñeco de nieve robo
3: resbaladizo
4: ilusión
5: estupidez!

I'll describe the second one..
La imagen es de dos muñecos de nieves. El uno a la izquierda está siendo robado por el uno a la derecha, que lleva una máscara y la celebración de un arma muy peligrosa - un secador de pelo.

This was good practice! Correct me though, I think I made mistakes..what is the right way to say snowman?
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La imagen es de dos muñecos de nieves. El uno a la izquierda está siendo robado por el uno a la derecha, que lleva una máscara y la celebración de un arma muy peligrosa - un secador de pelo.

This was good practice! Correct me though, I think I made mistakes..what is the right way to say snowman?
Muñeco de nieve is correct. The plural would be muñecos de nieve, note that nieve is still in the singular. Hair dryer is feminine: una secadora (de cabello). The rest, while I would have said it little bit different, is quite good.

The one on the right
El que está a la derecha
El de la derecha
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