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Old June 25, 2010, 08:32 AM
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Hola otra vez

Hola. No soy nuevo a los foros, pero no los visité por mucho tiempo. Para las personas quién son nuevas desde visité los foros, soy Jamie y soy un estudiente y tomo una clase de español en la escuela.

A mi me gusta aprender el español, pero necesito practicarlo más y si Uds. quieren, no hesitan a corrigirme cuando hago un desparate.

Gracias para permitando me a ser un parte de esta communidad!
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Old June 25, 2010, 09:08 AM
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Welcome back, Jamie.

I will propose some corrections to your message:

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Hola. No soy nuevo a en los foros, pero no los visité por mucho tiempo. Para las personas quién (1) que son nuevas desde que visité visitaba (2) los foros, soy Jamie, y soy un (3) estudiante y tomo una clase de español en la escuela.

A mí me gusta aprender el español, pero necesito practicarlo más y si Uds. quieren, no hesitan duden a en corregirme cuando hago cometa un disparate.

Gracias para por permitando me a permitirme ser un (3) parte de esta communidad comunidad!
1) "Que" is much better, but for using "quien", there had to be an agreement with the plural of "personas".

2) "Visité" would have needed a clearly finished action (like "la última vez que visité los foros"), but you used to visit Tomisimo regularly, so "visitaba" gives that idea.

3) You could have left the article, although the sentence flows much better without it. In the second case, there must be an agreement with the gender of the word "parte", which is a feminine.


Btw, your title has been corrected to "Hola otra vez":
"Un otro" doesn't mean much in Spanish. It's either "un" or "otro".
And "vez" is a feminine, so there must be an agreement between article, adjective and noun.
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Old June 25, 2010, 09:23 AM
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Thank you for the welcome and for correcting my mistakes. I appreaciate it!
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Hello it was a good idea introduced yourself again, so you can practice the language and you can get corrections.

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Gracias, CrOtALiTo!
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You're welcome.
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welcome back, Jaime!
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¡Gracias a todos por la acogida!
Bienvenido de vuelta. Espero que disfrutes aprendiendo. (Yo soy relativamente nuevo aquí, pero me gusta hacer preguntas y comentarios.) (Aquí todo el mundo está dispuesto a ayudar... y eso es muy positivo.)

(I write in Spanish for your practice, but let me know if any question, and/or if I go over your head!)
Welcome again!
(I 'edited' your post as you can see in blue.)
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