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Okay, thanks. I thought maybe there was more to it than that..... (I'll be overly analytical until the day I die!)
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Old December 31, 2009, 02:08 AM
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"Doblar a la izquierda" no sé , pero girar a la izquierda

Dobla tus camisetas ya
Dobla la tierra cada veinticuatro horas, por lo menos no dobla con más rapidez porque me causaría náuseas
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@Lou Ann: they are synonyms. "Girar", "doblar", "dar (la) vuelta"...
A veces no. Me he metido en líos en mis clases de baile por pensar que "girar" y "dar la vuelta" son sinónimos.
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A veces no. Me he metido en líos en mis clases de baile por pensar que "girar" y "dar la vuelta" son sinónimos.
How so?
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"Doblar a la izquierda" no sé , pero girar a la izquierda

Dobla tus camisetas ya
Dobla la tierra cada veinticuatro horas, por lo menos no dobla con más rapidez porque me causaría náuseas
Gira or da vuelta

Gira, da vuelta, dobla, vira - all can mean to turn.
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Okay, thanks. I thought maybe there was more to it than that..... (I'll be overly analytical until the day I die!)
Nothing wrong with being analytical, overly or not.
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What in the world time is it in Las Vegas right now????
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What in the world time is it in Las Vegas right now????
5:15 am

I think you and I have 3 hrs difference and that there is about 6 to 8 hrs difference with Europe.
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Old December 31, 2009, 07:33 AM
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That's what I thought. Ugh! Go back to bed! Date la vuelta y volver a cama!
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That's what I thought. Ugh! Go back to bed! Date la vuelta y volver a cama!
It's my usual time.... I am old, what can I tell you...
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