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Tell your girlfriend or some girl: ¡El amor de mi vida eres tuuuu... Te amo Te amo con todo mi corazón!

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Old January 30, 2013, 01:51 PM
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Does it work? German girls dig Romance languages anyway.

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Hola amigo Premium. ¿Cómo has estado? Tanto tiempo sin verte.

Spanish speaking girls/women expect it and love it.

The next time you meet a pretty Spanish speaking young lady tell her after she tells you where she is from: ¿Son todas las mujeres de tu pueblo/pais tan bellas/bonitas come tú?

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¡Buenas noches! Muchísimas gracias por preguntar. Estoy muy bien y tú?

We have some people from Chile and Argentina at the University but they are all males. I met some very beautiful women from Spain lately but they are all +40.

Thanks for the advice though.

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Hola amigo Premium. Yo tenia una novia de Argentina. Como viví en Italia y hablo italiano muy bien no era muy difícil para mi aprender de hablar el español con accento Argentino. Cuando yo salía con mi novia Argentina la gente pensaba que yo era Argentino también.

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para el amor no hay edad!

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¡Muy bien!

Me gusta el acento de Argentina, sobre todo de Córdoba.
Tengo diecinueve años y no quiero tener una novia quién podría ser mi madre.

Please correct me if i made any mistakes.

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Me gusta el acento de Argentina, sobre todo el de Córdoba.
Tengo diecinueve años y no quiero tener una novia que podría ser mi madre.

Please correct me if I made any mistakes.
You did pretty well!
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You did pretty well!
Thank you very much for your help.

Why is it "que" and not "quien"? I thought "quien" would be right as it referres to a person.
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In English, this is preferred, but that isn't the case in Spanish.
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Hmm, this is weird. I don't really get that to be honest.

In my book, under ''"el pronombre relativo & el adverbio relativo".

Quien/quienes always referres to a person.

For instance:
- La familia con quien vivo es muy amable.
- Esta es la amiga de quien te hablé.
- Ofelia, a quien amlet tanto amó, era muy joven.
- La secretaria, a quien le entregué la carta, me dijo que regresara mañana.
- Estas son las amigas de quienes te hablé/Estas son las amigas de las que te hablé.
- El alumno, quien acaba de llegar, estudia esperanto.

Que referres to a "thing".

- La revista de que te hablé se me ha perdido.
- La calle en que vivo es muy tranquila.
- Me ha llamado el chico al que conoci ayer.
- ¿Leiste el libro que te regalé?

Now, the following phrases confuse me.

- El amigo que llega mañana es árabe.
- Los turistas que visitan España vienen de todo el mundo.

Why is "que" used in these two sentences?

Thank you in advance.
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