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Old May 07, 2010, 07:25 AM
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Hi!
Please help me to find the unknown english and/or spanish words to say the following:

? - Anteayer
? - Pasado mañana
And those below listed ones, are they correct?
Today – hoy
Tomorrow – mañana
Tomorrow morning – mãnana por la mañana
Yesterday – ayer
Yesterday evening - anoche

What is the correct one: fín de semana o final de semana?
Si: 8 y 9 de Mayo = el próximo fin de semana; 01 y 02 de Mayo = el último final de semana, entonces, cómo se dice el fin de semana ANTERIOR al último?(24 y 25 de Abril )


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Old May 07, 2010, 07:36 AM
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? - Anteayer = The day before yesterday
? - Pasado mañana = The day after tomorrow
And those below listed ones, are they correct?
Today – hoy
Tomorrow – mañana
Tomorrow morning – mãnana por la mañana
Yesterday – ayer
Yesterday evening - anoche = last night

What is the correct one: fín de semana o final de semana ?
Si: 8 y 9 de Mayo = el próximo fin de semana; 01 y 02 de Mayo = el último final de semana, entonces, cómo se dice el fin de semana ANTERIOR al último?(24 y 25 de Abril )
I'll leave the weekend bit for others.
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8 y 9 de mayo = el próximo fin de semana
01 y 02 de mayo = el pasado fin de semana / el fin de semana pasado
24 y 25 de abril = el último fin de semana de abril (but if you insist on a reference to May, you could say "el fin de semana antepasado", although I don't think that would be the first choice for a native speaker.)

Please note:
• The names of the months in Spanish are not written with a capital letter.
• "El último fin de semana" can imply that it's the last from a series of weekends, not the one that has just passed.
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Old May 10, 2010, 08:21 PM
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Gracias una vez más!
Adjunto te envio un "regalo"... se llama Abricot de Macaco (en portugués), es la flor de un árbol del jardín de la instituición donde trabajo.Espero que te guste.Hay muchos errores, en mi mensage?
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Perikles,
Muichíssimas gracias!
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¡Gracias una vez más!
Adjunto te envio un "regalo"... se llama Abricot de Macaco (en portugués), es la flor de un árbol del jardín de la instituición donde trabajo.Espero que te guste.Hay muchos errores, en mi mensaje?
Un abrazo,
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Perikles,
Muichíssimas ¡Muchísimas gracias!
un abrazo
Wow! ¡Es una flor muy interesante! ¡Gracias!
No, los errores son realmente mínimos.
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