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Old July 02, 2009, 09:56 AM
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Cuando le veo me sube la adrenalina

CAn anybody translate this into English, Please?
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Old July 02, 2009, 10:01 AM
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When I see you my heart starts pumping.
I get an adrenaline rush when I see you.
You get my heart going.
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CAn anybody translate this into English, Please?
I don't know that is the gender that you need to use around of your text.

But, I will do my attempt now.

When I see her get adrenaline my hart.

Rusty. I'm not pretty sure am right, but I'm not, please you don't hesitate to correcting me.
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Old July 02, 2009, 05:51 PM
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Corralito no das pie con bolo. You missed the mark ? IS this correct for no das pie con bolo, o no dar una?
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Corralito no das pie con bolo. You missed the mark ? IS this correct for no das pie con bolo, o no dar una?
Crotalito is trying to improve his English, he does whan he can do. Don't tell him such things because he gets angry easily

Crotalito, don't get angry, please
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Y en otro contexto como el deporte, por ejemplo, El correr hace correr la adrenalina o algo así, o hace liberar adrenalina. Lo oí ayer y la verdad no sé que querían decir.
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Crotalito is trying to improve his English, he does whan he can do. Don't tell him such things because he gets angry easily

Crotalito, don't get angry, please
Jajaja.

I'm angry.


Was wrong my attempt?


If I'm in wrong please am bad please you are free to correcting me.
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