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Old August 04, 2017, 01:58 PM
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Question It is tiring.....translation please (native spanish speakers only, please)

Hello, if you are a native spanish speaker can you please help me translate this from english:

1. It is too tiring to play congas all night"

2. It is tiring to try to speak another language.
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Old August 04, 2017, 02:57 PM
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Write your own versions and we'll help you to correct them.

Also you have to decide which Spanish to use with tiring, as there are two options.
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Write your own versions and we'll help you to correct them.

Also you have to decide which Spanish to use with tiring, as there are two options.
A useless answer, but thanks. Usually, you ask something when you don't know the answer!
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We aren't a free translation service: this is a language learning site. We're happy to help you with your own translations.
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We aren't a free translation service: this is a language learning site. We're happy to help you with your own translations.
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What's the problem? We are indeed not a free translation service nor we do solve all the homework the students don't want to do. We provide guidance and corrections to those who are really learning Spanish (and it shows).

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