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Old November 30, 2009, 08:03 AM
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Hello everyone. My girlfriend will celebrate her birthday very soon, so I thought it would be nice surprise for her, to write a SMS in the morning in spanish language. She very like's spanish language, so i hope you will help me. The text would be " You have been the best part of my life, and I hope that it will stay like this forever. Enjoy this day. I love you"

I know I know, it's fulsome text , but I think it should work So, please, can someone help to translate this text into spanish? Thank you.

P.S. I hope there won't be other topic next week, when some girl will ask to translate spanish text into english, and text will be very similiar to this
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Old November 30, 2009, 08:56 AM
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Hello everyone. My girlfriend will celebrate her birthday very soon, so I thought it would be nice surprise for her, to write a SMS in the morning in spanish language. She very like's spanish language, so i hope you will help me. The text would be " You have been the best part of my life, and I hope that it will stay like this forever. Enjoy this day. I love you"

I know I know, it's fulsome text , but I think it should work So, please, can someone help to translate this text into spanish? Thank you.

P.S. I hope there won't be other topic next week, when some girl will ask to translate spanish text into english, and text will be very similiar to this
Eres la parte mejor de mi vida y espero que quedes así siempre. Que disfrutes este día. Te quiero.
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Old November 30, 2009, 10:46 AM
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I'd propose: "Eres la mejor parte de mi vida y espero que siempre sea así. Que disfrutes este día. Te quiero."

In a variation of SMS language they'd write: Ers la mjor part d m vda y spero k smpre sea asi. K disfrutes este dia. TQM (short way for "Te Quiero Mucho").
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Old November 30, 2009, 10:49 AM
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Poli prke pones que? Todos saben ke en SMS es ke,kiero,etc.

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More seriously, "que quedes así siempre" is "that you remain as you are forever", which isn't quite what the original said. "que siga así siempre" would be closer to the English "that it will stay like this forever".
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I'd say: "Eres lo mejor de mi vida", it's more common in Spanish. Also: "eres lo mejor que me ha pasado".
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Wow, the responsiveness here is awsome. Thanks everybody Hope that she'll like it

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Old November 30, 2009, 02:48 PM
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"te amo" vs. "te quiero"... Does it matter?
Also... is "me amas" the correct way to ask "do you love me"?
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Te amo me suena un poco cursi. Te quiero es más corriente. Very romantic thread...
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Te amo me suena un poco cursi.
¿Lo dirías a Macano?
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Old November 30, 2009, 05:21 PM
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"Te amo" is more intense than "te quiero"; that's why some people find it too mawkish, but both are valid between people who love each other.
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