Old May 04, 2009, 07:55 PM
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Originally Posted by jchen View Post
this was one of our vocabulary words, and Sra. told us that in the singular form its sacapuntas, same as the plural form.

like paperclips, sujetapapeles
The I guess the your sentence is right.

Sharpener meaning Sacaputas.

Then it's right.

I have a sharpener in my office.

I wanna buy a sharpener.

I give you a present and that present is a sharpener.
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Originally Posted by CrOtALiTo View Post
Sharpener meaning Sacaputas.
I have a sharpener in my office.
I wanna buy a sharpener.
Pencil sharpener means sacapuntas.
I have a pencil sharpener in my office.
I want to buy a pencil sharpener.
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