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compromiso (masculine noun (el)) — commitment. Look up compromiso in the dictionary

No puedo en la tarde que tengo un compromiso, ¿está bien en la noche?
I can't in the afternoon since I already have a commitment. How about at night?
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Old July 03, 2009, 12:25 PM
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¿está bien en la noche?
How about at night?


It's an idiom?

It's could to be ( May you come in the night?)
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Old July 05, 2009, 01:35 PM
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¿está bien en la noche?
How about at night?


It's an idiom?

It's could to be ( May you come in the night?)
Are you talking about 'en la tarde'/en la noche'? I'd never say 'en', but 'por' (por la tarde/por la noche) either.
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Pienso que "How about at night" y "How about during the night" son iguales

Hice un compromiso aprender el español Y creo que próximamente le vaya a estar consumado
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Pienso que "How about at night" y "How about during the night" son iguales

Hice un compromiso aprender el español Y creo que próximamente le vaya a estar consumado
Espero unas correcciones no te ofendan.

Hice un compromiso de aprender el español y creo que próximamente se va a cumplir (o próximamente será cumplido).
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Old July 11, 2009, 12:28 PM
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Espero unas correcciones no te ofendan.

Hice un compromiso de aprender el español y creo que próximamente se va a cumplir (o próximamente será cumplido).
Gracias alguien me dijo que "es tonto rechazar consejo"
Yo siempre doy la bienvenida a tu consejo
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