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Amanda
09-04-2007, 07:26
As we all know t.A.T.u. have a lot of Spanish speaking fans. I thought it'd be cool for us to have a Spanish learning thread, for those who wish to communicate with fans and/or understand t.A.T.u. Spanish fansites. :p Please, anyone who speaks Spanish is welcome to join us and help out!

Here are a few small, easily learnable phrases & words!

(I cannot guarantee 100% correction).

Hola - Hello
Buenos dias - Good day [Thanks itsme22]
Como estas? - How are you?
Bien, y tu? - Well, and you?
Gracias - Thanks
Adios - Goodbye
Si - Yes
De donde eres? - Where are you from?
Soy de USA - I am from USA [Thanks QueenBee]
Eres - You are
Estoy - I am
Soy - I'm / am
Yo - I
Amor - Love
Yo amo - I love
Muchacha - Girl
Muchacho - Boy
De - Of
Todos - All
Pero - But
Para - For
Sitio - Site
Amigos - Friends
Familia - Family
Tenga - Have

and most importantly for some :p
Yo no hablo Espanol - I don't speak Spanish
or
Yo no entiendo Espanol - I don't understand Spanish [Thanks anml]

Winkie
09-04-2007, 21:53
Don't you have to put the pronounciation of the letters here too? I don't know, but that was one of the first things I learned in Spanish, the way to pronounce it.. Like "ll" sounds like "j", in for example "Lloret de Mar"..

QueenBee
09-04-2007, 21:57
Dia bueno
I thought it was buenas dias?

And also, Estoy de USA - I am from USA
I think it's actually "Soy de..." not "Estoy"... but I'm not quite sure

Don't you have to put the pronounciation of the letters here too? I don't know, but that was one of the first things I learned in Spanish, the way to pronounce it.. Like "ll" sounds like "j", in for example "Lloret de Mar"..
I think also some people pronounce "ll" as "lj", but again, I'm not sure... depends on what country we're speaking of.

As I said in the other thread, I've got some Spanish exercises I could put up. I got them because I sucked at Spanish so I got some extra help :laugh:

Winkie
09-04-2007, 22:00
Yeah I've got my own Spanish exercises at home too.
Well, here in Holland for example. Well, just look at the word "Holland". It's pronounced with a double "L", which does not sound like Holjand or Hojand. That's what I mean. People in different countries have different pronounciations, so maybe they should be given, because Spanish really sounds like shit when you pronounce things the wrong way.

I think it's actually "Soy de..." not "Estoy"... but I'm not quite sure
You are right, as far as I know. First person singular is "Soy de". So it's "Soy de USA".

I thought it was buenas dias?
Also right.

Amy_Lee_Rocks
09-04-2007, 22:25
Queen, and Winkie you both are right:)
And QueenBee you right about spanish being different in
several countries.:)

Yo quiero sabritas- I want chips
Yo quiero una naranja- I want an orange
Me gustan las muchachas- I like girls
Me gustan las mujeres- I like women
Me gustan los muchachos- I like boys
Me gustan los hombres- I like men
Este foro es divertido- This forum is fun
Me asustaste cabron!- You scared me .....!
Mira estupido no me andes hablando asi baboso- Look stupid dont be talking to me like that

You know, the bad words in spanish sound more insultive than the english badwords.
Badwords in spanish like cabron and baboso dont have translation in english, there are many more lol


Anyone want me to translate something?

Amanda
10-04-2007, 01:30
Thanks for the corrections QueenBee and Winkie. I understand "Soy de USA". But one of my Mexican friends said Estoy was I'm, so, I figured maybe Estoy was easier to say. :confused: I'll edit the page with the corrections! Very helpful.

And Amy_Lee_Rocks, thanks for the sentences. :D

Speaking of curse words, is "Hijo de puta" a correct sentence? And is Miedra a correct word? Thanks! :gigi:

QueenBee
10-04-2007, 01:32
TreIsCool32, I was always confused when it came to soy/estoy... but then again I was confused when it came to everything :p

"Hijo de puta"
LOL :D

And is Miedra a correct word?
I think it's Mierda (just a switch of letters)

Amanda
10-04-2007, 01:38
TreIsCool32, I was always confused when it came to soy/estoy... but then again I was confused when it came to everything :p


LOL :D


I think it's Mierda (just a switch of letters)I was never well at arrangements. :eek: It might be.

Also, I know a fun sentence: Tu madre. Your mom. :gigi:

anml
10-04-2007, 01:42
Yay! something i can be useful in :p

Some corrections, well actually one: Its
Yo no entiendo Español - I do not undestand spanish ;)

Just in case, Soy is used like in: " I am a girl" "Soy una Mujer/muchacha/chica/etc" and Estoy like in: "Im in USA" "Estoy en USA"

Tu madre
lol

Amanda
10-04-2007, 01:49
Yay! something i can be useful in :p

Some corrections, well actually one: Its
Yo no entiendo Español - I do not undestand spanish ;)

Just in case, Soy is used like in: " I am a girl" "Soy una Mujer/muchacha/chica/etc" and Estoy like in: "Im in USA" "Estoy en USA"So entienda isn't correct? :spy: If so, is it an incorrect word - or just incorrect for that sentence? :dead:

haku
10-04-2007, 01:50
'ser' and 'estar' both translates as 'to be', but they don't exactly mean the same thing in Spanish.

Contrasting Ser and Estar

The differences between ser and estar are considered to be one of the most difficult concepts to nonnative speakers. Both ser and estar translate into English as "to be" but they both express different ideas. These differences may be generalized so that ser expresses nature and estar expresses state.

Ser generally focuses on the essence of the subject but more specifically may be thought of in several ways including:
Nationality
Time and date
Possession
Occupation
Physical and personality traits

Estar generally focuses on the condition of the subject but more specifically may be thought of in several ways including:
Physical condition
Feelings and emotions
Location
Appearance

In English the sentence "The boy is bored" uses a different adjective than "The boy is boring". In Spanish the difference is made by the choice of ser vs. estar.
El chico es aburrido uses ser to mean a permanent trait or "The boy is boring"
El chico está aburrido uses estar to mean a conditional trait or "The boy is bored"

The same strategy is used to mean permanent or conditional trait of any adjective, vg.:
María es guapa uses ser to mean a permanent trait or "María is beautiful" (she was beautiful yesterday, and will be tomorrow)
María está guapa uses estar to mean a conditional trait or "María looks beautiful" (today, but it doesn't mean she is beautiful)

anml
10-04-2007, 01:52
And incorrect word

Yo Entiendo - I undestand
Tu Entiendes - You undestand
Ella/El Entiende - He/She Undertands
Nosotros Entendemos - We Undestand
Ellos/Ellas Entienden - They Undenstand

So, its Yo no Entiendo ;)

itsme22
10-04-2007, 02:00
Buenas dias
It's buenos dias. Dia is masculine

So entienda isn't correct?
"Entienda" is the polite imperative form.


And a little more clarification on "ser" and "estar":
"Ser" is usually used for permanent states of being, while "estar" is used for temporary states of being. One would say "Soy un hombre" - " I'm a man." In theory, being a man is a permanent state of being (though these days that can change). And one would say "Estoy feliz" - "I'm happy" because at this moment in time I'm happy. There are exceptions, but I can't think of any right now.

QueenBee
10-04-2007, 02:01
Ella/El Entiende - He/She Undertands
That's where I would get confused.. because I would write "entienda" like "habla" (at least I think it's habla, LOL, I can't even remember the easiest parts... :dead: )

Also, you guys should totally download this awesome Spanish song that a guy sent to me (http://www.sendspace.com/file/m2nkk5). :p
It's dirty and awesome :gigi:

anml
10-04-2007, 02:05
Ella Escribe - She Writes
Ella Escucha - She hears
Ella Come - She eats
Ella Juega - She plays
Ella Habla - She talks

In those cases, you should know the verb to know if it ends in "e" or in "a"

haku
10-04-2007, 02:11
That's where I would get confused.. because I would write "entienda" like "habla" (at least I think it's habla, LOL, I can't even remember the easiest parts... :dead: )Depends on the infinitive:

hablar > 'ar' ending > first verbal group

temer > 'er' ending > second verbal group

partir > 'ir' ending > third verbal group

entender has an 'er' ending but it's an irregular verb anyway.

anml
10-04-2007, 02:14
lol, i guess i forgot tha rule :rolleyes:

Mary-sheccid
10-04-2007, 02:30
Muchacha Hermosa- Beautiful Girl
Muchacha fea- Ugly Girl
Quiero besarte- I want to kiss you
Te Amo- I Love You
Tengamos Sexo- Let's have Sex
Pudrete- F*ck You
Me gusta el sitio de tatu- I like Tatysite
la gente del foro esta loca- Forum's people are Crazy.

Adiós! Besitos para todos!

Quiero comer un dulce de chocolate- I want to eat a chocolate candy..

-Adruz-
10-04-2007, 04:15
I think also some people pronounce "ll" as "lj", but again, I'm not sure... depends on what country we're speaking of.

For example, in my country we pronounce the "ll" and the "y" like: "sh". Yo me llamo.. we pronounce -Sho me shamo-.


Is it ok to write sentences if they don't know how to conjugate them? :confused:

Amy_Lee_Rocks
10-04-2007, 04:23
Muchacha Hermosa- Beautiful Girl
Muchacha fea- Ugly Girl
Quiero besarte- I want to kiss you
Te Amo- I Love You
Tengamos Sexo- Let's have Sex
Pudrete- F*ck You
Me gusta el sitio de tatu- I like Tatysite
la gente del foro esta loca- Forum's people are Crazy.

Adiós! Besitos para todos!

Quiero comer un dulce de chocolate- I want to eat a chocolate candy..


Yo quiero chocolate:(

ok, i think this is funny..well yeah..lol see if u understand.

Mira, hijo de puta, no me andes hablando asi baboso, hijo de tu perra madre
cabron.

Callate el osico pendejo mamon.

-Adruz-
10-04-2007, 04:26
Yo quiero chocolate:(

ok, i think this is funny..well yeah..lol see if u understand.

Mira, hijo de puta, no me andes hablando asi baboso, hijo de tu perra madre
cabron.

Callate el osico pendejo mamon.

Amigo, es un español muy complicado. A penas yo lo entiendo. Además que son palabras propias del español mexicano. Mejor no los confundas.

Amanda
10-04-2007, 04:59
It's buenos dias. Dia is masculine


"Entienda" is the polite imperative form.Thank you! :)

Talyubittu
10-04-2007, 05:01
That's where I would get confused.. because I would write "entienda" like "habla" (at least I think it's habla, LOL, I can't even remember the easiest parts... :dead: )

Also, you guys should totally download this awesome Spanish song that a guy sent to me (http://www.sendspace.com/file/m2nkk5). :p
It's dirty and awesome :gigi:

!!! No wonder you're having trouble learning German! You're whoring the Spanish forum!

Naughty Naughty!

Amy_Lee_Rocks
10-04-2007, 23:29
Amigo, es un español muy complicado. A penas yo lo entiendo. Además que son palabras propias del español mexicano. Mejor no los confundas.


;) okies

-Adruz-
11-04-2007, 05:14
Tell us what do you want to learn, and we'll teach us.

fanoff
11-04-2007, 05:37
I love speaking Spanish,even if i dont do that nice.Some of my fav songs nowadays are Spanish.Thanks to my online translator,I can understand what they mention in the song.

novayamodel
12-04-2007, 04:15
Hey, I can help too! My Spanish is perfect! :D

FiorE
12-04-2007, 05:35
Also, you guys should totally download this awesome Spanish song that a guy sent to me (http://www.sendspace.com/file/m2nkk5). :p
It's dirty and awesome :gigi:

Reggaeton is everywhere :chupa: yay!!! awesome song - haha!
try this spanglish song Down (http://www.sendspace.com/file/ufbn7s)

naugthy song :p Me Matas (http://www.sendspace.com/file/e1xpvh)
some words of the song:
tu me matas - You kill me
mira - look
cama - bed
ganas- desires
piel - skin
No puedo - I can´t
despertar- wake up
desnudo - naked
baja(o) - Down
hoy- today
romper- break
hielo- ice
sonrisa - smile
gritos- yell
intenso- intense
hacerlo- to make sth(refers to sex in this case)
sudar- sweat

que pasa - what`s up
Jodete - Fock You :p
chevere/bacan/padre - cool /great
aburrido- boring
llorar - cry
triste - sad
presentando - introducing
morir/ muriendo - to die/dying
vacio - empty
sentir/siento - feel
mio(a) - mine
perdon - sorry
sin ti - without you
sentimientos - feelings
regresa - come back
loco - crazy or mad
cuarto - bedroom
palabras -words
sufrir - suffer
duro - hard :p
mas duro - harder:p :o
caliente - hot
calor- warm
persona - person
pensar - think
fallar- to fail

Winkie
12-04-2007, 12:51
I really love that song Wyclef Jean and Shakira did, "my hips" or something? I dont really remember, but it started with.. Blabla my casa, su casa, something like that. Anyways, I looove Spanish and I really wanna continue learning it. It's the only thing I miss bout school..

Amy_Lee_Rocks
13-04-2007, 00:42
I really love that song Wyclef Jean and Shakira did, "my hips" or something? I dont really remember, but it started with.. Blabla my casa, su casa, something like that. Anyways, I looove Spanish and I really wanna continue learning it. It's the only thing I miss bout school..

My hips dont lie :p
Mi cadera no miente

anml
13-04-2007, 02:36
I made a short lesson about the Gender of Nouns with some exercices at the end, really easy to undestand (i hope), feel free to ask any questions here ;)


Gender of Nouns I

A noun is a word used to refer to a person, place, thing, or idea: (Everybody knows this but just in case :p –anml)

Person: Alex, boy, woman
Place: School, garden, garage
Thing: Ball, book
Idea: liberty, despair, intelligence


In Spanish, all nouns are either masculine or feminine:

Masculine Feminine
Chico------------Chica
Boy--------------Girl

Libro-------------Escuela
Book-------------School


"El" (masculine) and "la" (feminine) mean "the."

Masculine Feminine
El chico--------La chica
The boy------The girl

El libro----------La escuela
The book------The School


Nouns that end in -o are usually masculine.
Nouns that end in -a are usually feminine.



Gender of Nouns II

Masculine nouns that end in a consonant often have a corresponding feminine form that ends in -a.

Teacher
el profesor
la profesora

Doctor
el doctor
la doctora


Nouns that end in -sión, -ción, -dad, -tad, -tud, -umbre are feminine.

la televisión – tv
la ciudad – City
la universidad – Univercity


Some nouns that end in -a are masculine.

el problema – problem
el mapa – map
el planeta – planet

Many nouns that end in -ma are masculine.

el telegrama – tv
el problema – Problem
el sistema – System


Four of the nouns that end in -a are masculine.

el día – day
el mapa – map
el planeta – planet
el sofá - Sofa


A few nouns that end in -o are feminine.
la mano – hand
la radio - radio


Rules
• Most nouns that end in -o are masculine.
• Most nouns that end in -a are feminine.
• Masculine nouns that end in a consonant often have a corresponding feminine form that ends in -a.
• Nouns that end in -sión, -ción, -dad, -tad, -tud, -umbre are feminine.
• Many nouns that end in -ma are masculine.
• A few nouns that end in -o are feminine





Execices:

A. Select the correct one

1 .- Which word is masculine?
Casa - house
Mesa - table
Libro - book
Ventana – window

2.- Which word is feminine?
numero - Number
telefono - Telefone
televisión – tv
Planeta – planet

B. Choose masculine or femenine

1.- El libro: masculine or feminine?

2.- La Pluma: masculine or feminine?

3.- Mapa: masculine or feminine?

C. Add the missing letter/word

El libr__

La mes__

__ problema

__ silla




i suck making lessons :laugh:

Winkie
13-04-2007, 09:19
My hips dont lie :p
Mi cadera no miente

Yeah that one. It's hot.:cool:

Oh and I love that song from Dirty Dancing #2, Represent Cuba..
Te quiero Havana, blablabla :heart:

Britney Spears
13-04-2007, 18:29
I can read in Spanish and understand it but I can't write it how crazy is that? My spelling so bad... :)

FiorE
13-04-2007, 21:40
Yeah that one. It's hot.:cool:

Oh and I love that song from Dirty Dancing #2, Represent Cuba..
Te quiero Havana, blablabla :heart:

I love that one too it`s from havana nigths and Orishas !!:D I have the song if you want it :)

Winkie
14-04-2007, 15:51
I love that one too it`s from havana nigths and Orishas !!:D I have the song if you want it :)

I have it too. Have quite a few songs from Orishas! It's awesome :D Stuck on my mp3 player:D

FiorE
15-04-2007, 01:17
I have it too. Have quite a few songs from Orishas! It's awesome :D Stuck on my mp3 player:D
yes Orishas rulezz I love cuban stuff:cool:

u2kforever
15-04-2007, 22:18
Hey, have fun in learning, it takes time and patience, nothing is impossible.

Good times and much love :)

Amy_Lee_Rocks
16-04-2007, 01:00
Hey, have fun in learning, it takes time and patience, nothing is impossible.

Good times and much love :)

You know spanish?

Welcome to the forum ^_^

u2kforever
19-04-2007, 22:22
Um no

Amanda
20-04-2007, 05:50
I'm late but thank you for the lesson anml. I found it very useful. El libro is masculine. La Pluma is feminine. :) Hope I'm right.

Amy_Lee_Rocks
20-04-2007, 22:22
I'm late but thank you for the lesson anml. I found it very useful. El libro is masculine. La Pluma is feminine. :) Hope I'm right.

Yup you are right.

anml
20-04-2007, 23:30
I'm late but thank you for the lesson anml. I found it very useful. El libro is masculine. La Pluma is feminine. :) Hope I'm right.
I could make more if you want ;) and yes, its all right :done:

crazy malchik
21-04-2007, 08:56
May I also learn? :(

Yo intendo un poco del Espanol. Yo no puedo write. LOL Yo habla un pocito. Espanol es super. LOL

Amy_Lee_Rocks
21-04-2007, 21:44
May I also learn? :(

Yo intendo un poco del Espanol. Yo no puedo write. LOL Yo habla un pocito. Espanol es super. LOL

lol! its ok, most words i dont know know how to spell either.
When i came from Mexico to the U.S they stuck me in an all
english speaking class..so i was scared at first and then i learned.
No one thought me how to write or all the rules in spanish and all
that crap..so if i make a mistake and someone tries to correct me..
i say "Fuck you! you understood me bitch!" lol

Intendo= Entiendo
Write= Escrivir
Un is masculine so you say "Hablo" not "Habla"
Pocito=Poquito

QueenBee
21-04-2007, 22:02
Escrivir
Escribir

Un is masculine so you say "Hablo" not "Habla"
"Hablo" because it's "I speak"

Fuck you too :p

anml
21-04-2007, 22:02
crazy malchik, of course! Bienvenido :D


ok...from now on you'll count in spanish :p
no really, start doing that, it'll become easier ;)

Numbers! The Basics

1. uno
2. dos
3. tres
4. cuatro
5. cinco
6. seis
7. siete
8. ocho
9. nueve
10. diez


.When counting (one, two, three ...) use "uno" (as number one) when counting specifically (one cat, one dog), use "un" or "una." (maculine, feminine)

un libro
one book

una pluma
one pen

uno, dos, tres
one, two, three

.This is only used for number one, the other numbers stay the same (dos perros, tres perros, cinco perros)

Remember:
The number "one" changes from "uno" to "un" before a masculine noun.
The number "one" changes from "uno" to "una" before a feminine noun.

Note: un or una, can also be used like a cat, a dog, but ill explain that later




This was done by a friend loooong ago, so credits go to him :rose:

Amy_Lee_Rocks
21-04-2007, 22:05
Escribir


"Hablo" because it's "I speak"

Fuck you too :p

Hahaha!!!

See i have my mistakes. Im so embarrased..lol
Spanish is my native language and i dont know
much of it..lol

QueenBee
21-04-2007, 22:18
Amy_Lee_Rocks, oh please, you should see me trying to write in my native language... :lol:

crazy malchik
24-04-2007, 12:31
anml, yeah, I get numbers. Learn me to write! :D

Una muchacha! :p

And puta...? Is that slutt? :confused: LOL :laugh:

Edit: Amy_Lee_Rocks, thank you! :rose: And thank you, my friend, Queenie! :rose:

Yo no puedo escribir. :( Yo entiendo, pero (? lol) yo no puedo fuckin escribir. Puta! LOL LOL Brucha. (Witch? :lol:)

Amy_Lee_Rocks
24-04-2007, 23:59
anml, yeah, I get numbers. Learn me to write! :D

Una muchacha! :p

And puta...? Is that slutt? :confused: LOL :laugh:

Edit: Amy_Lee_Rocks, thank you! :rose: And thank you, my friend, Queenie! :rose:

Yo no puedo escribir. :( Yo entiendo, pero (? lol) yo no puedo fuckin escribir. Puta! LOL LOL Brucha. (Witch? :lol:)

Puta= Whore/slut
Bruja= Witch

lol
I love spanish Badwords. lol

anml
25-04-2007, 00:30
anml, yeah, I get numbers. Learn me to write! :D

Yo no puedo escribir. :( Yo entiendo, pero (? lol) yo no puedo fuckin escribir. Puta! LOL LOL Brucha. (Witch? :lol:)

Ill make more lessons tomorrow (hopefully) :p

A question, are you getting how to pronunce each words or should i make a lesson about that? :laugh:

crazy malchik
25-04-2007, 13:17
Ci, ci, yo puedo hablo (?) & pronounce (lol) yo no puedo escribir...

And... qualqera? Is that a bad word too? I think it is! :laugh: LOL

Puta, puta, es mi amor
Bruja, bruja, de mi corazon

Yeah! :lol: lol

Amy_Lee_Rocks
26-04-2007, 00:25
Ci, ci, yo puedo hablo (?) & pronounce (lol) yo no puedo escribir...

And... qualqera? Is that a bad word too? I think it is! :laugh: LOL

Puta, puta, es mi amor
Bruja, bruja, de mi corazon

Yeah! :lol: lol

hahaha..You like the badwords too dont ya lol
It is Si instead of Ci
and its Yo Puedo Habalar y Pronunciar(pronounce)
Qualquiera can be a badword and a nonbadword.
It depends on how u use it.

anml
26-04-2007, 00:29
I havent got time today srry :p
But i ca tell you that when you say "I can" as well as in english you use a infinitive verb (is that right? lol) in this case it would be Yo puedo Hablar y pronunciar :)

Will work on the lessons later ;)

-Adruz-
26-04-2007, 00:30
Yo Puedo Habalar
Hablar*

Qualquiera can be a badword and a nonbadword.
Cualquiera*

es una mala palabra? :confused:

anml
26-04-2007, 00:37
es una mala palabra? :confused:
Me pregunto lo mismo porq aca no lo es xD

Amy_Lee_Rocks
26-04-2007, 00:53
Hablar*


Cualquiera*

es una mala palabra? :confused:



haha, wow i have alot of mistake..lol
Yup it can be a badword..

anml
26-04-2007, 00:58
Yup it can be a badword..

How? :p

Amy_Lee_Rocks
26-04-2007, 03:01
How? :p

Eres una cualquiera! (i dont really mean it)
I was tought not to say that and that it is bad.
So i've always thought of it as a bad word.

-Adruz-
26-04-2007, 03:19
Se puede usar a modo ofensivo, pero no es una mala palabra Translate it if you want ;)

crazy malchik
26-04-2007, 11:53
Es muy malo, malo, malo!!! LOL :laugh:

Eres una cualquiera!

She is? :o LOL :laugh: That means: "You're one slutt", right? Or "You're one bitch"? It is something! :lol:

mary_lovesyulia
27-04-2007, 01:33
Es muy malo, malo, malo!!! LOL :laugh:



She is? :o LOL :laugh: That means: "You're one slutt", right? Or "You're one bitch"? It is something! :lol:

yes you're right!!! :lol:

Amanda
29-04-2007, 21:09
I found the Spanish (Spain version, couldn't find Mexican etc) alphabet on the ol' wikipedia! Useful for me - maybe to you as well.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_alphabet

:D

Amy_Lee_Rocks
30-04-2007, 01:14
I found the Spanish (Spain version, couldn't find Mexican etc) alphabet on the ol' wikipedia! Useful for me - maybe to you as well.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_alphabet

:D

lol

Aa Bb Cc Chch Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll LLll Mm Nn Ññ Oo Pp Qq Rr RRrr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz

I believe this is the correct Mexican Alphabet

Valito
30-04-2007, 01:32
I'm late but thank you for the lesson anml. I found it very useful. El libro is masculine. La Pluma is feminine. :) Hope I'm right.

Yo soy de Argentina, el español es mi lengua nativa. Nunca me acuerdo de éste thread, pero prometo pasarme de vez en cuando. Si tienen dudas pueden escribirme!

I'm Argentine so Spanish is my mother tongue. I promise I'll drop by this thread every time I can, because I always forget to :o . Anyway just pm if you have any doubts!

Mucha suerte (Good luck!)

Amanda
30-04-2007, 01:37
lol

Aa Bb Cc Chch Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll LLll Mm Nn Ññ Oo Pp Qq Rr RRrr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz

I believe this is the correct Mexican Alphabet:lol: Thanks!

Bueno Valito, gracias! :)

Alezito Volkova
30-04-2007, 02:31
interesting Topic
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Interesante tema ........... XD

... Could Exist A thread To Learn English xD ...

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Podrìa exìstir Un thread para aprender inglès
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0 aporte ... Jejejejeje

itsme22
30-04-2007, 03:00
Aa Bb Cc Chch Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll LLll Mm Nn Ññ Oo Pp Qq Rr RRrr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz

I believe this is the correct Mexican Alphabet
That is the Americanized Spanish alphabet. There is no such thing as a Mexican alphabet.

The traditional Spanish alphabet is
Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Ññ Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz

All the other letters were added, I believe, to help Americans remember the different sounds certain combinations of letters make.

crazy malchik
30-04-2007, 09:32
anml said ella will make a lesson "mañana", but mañana was 4 days ago! :p lol

Amanda
30-04-2007, 23:16
Question:

# How would I pronounce 'Paz'? I read it was 'paces'.

Katoren
30-04-2007, 23:23
# How would I pronounce 'Paz'? I read it was 'paces'.

If you know how to pronounce 'paces', then it's simple. Just say 'paces', but stop at the 'c'. :D
If you don't, er... Put your tongue between your teeth as if you were to bite it, and then take the air out of your mouth through your teeth.
If you know what I mean. :spy:

Amy_Lee_Rocks
01-05-2007, 02:00
Question:

# How would I pronounce 'Paz'? I read it was 'paces'.

Paz? as in Peace?
If you need help with prnounciation i got a mic.
U can IM me anytime on MSN

anml
01-05-2007, 02:05
anml said ella will make a lesson "mañana", but mañana was 4 days ago! :p lol
:laugh:
im srry tomorrow is holiday so i promise ill make it tomorrow. I apologize :(


Question:

# How would I pronounce 'Paz'? I read it was 'paces'.
P - Like in Reply
A - Dad
Z - Zebra

'Paces' is the plural for Paz
:)

itsme22
01-05-2007, 02:11
P - Like in Reply
A - Dad
Z - Zebra

In Latin American Spanish, the "Z" in "paz" would be pronounced the same at the letter "S." The English "Z" sound does not exist in Spanish. In Castillian Spanish, it would be pronounced "path"

la aurora
01-05-2007, 02:31
You, spanish-speaking people, are confusing :p

Whatever way I learn to pronounce some things, I always end up demonstrating result of my hard efforts to someone who has it 'different' and makes fun of me :D

Amanda
01-05-2007, 02:33
Thanks Katoren, Yoshi, anml and itsme22. I think I understand now. :gigi:

EDIT: la aurora, :lol:! They are confusing! But I <3 them!

Amy_Lee_Rocks
01-05-2007, 02:44
You, spanish-speaking people, are confusing :p

Whatever way I learn to pronounce some things, I always end up demonstrating result of my hard efforts to someone who has it 'different' and makes fun of me :D

It all depends what Spanish u are trying to learn..lol
Im pretty sure that when everyeone says something different
it gets confusing.

Amanda
01-05-2007, 02:47
It all depends what Spanish u are trying to learn..lol
Im pretty sure that when everyeone says something different
it gets confusing.Yeah it really does. It's stressing, seeing as you think it's right, but it's wrong in this version, etc.

la aurora
01-05-2007, 02:57
It all depends what Spanish u are trying to learn..lol
Im pretty sure that when everyeone says something different
it gets confusing.

I have no idea on what Spanish I try to learn :D

I had a spanish friend some years ago and he was teaching me how to pronounce things and laughing at me saying I sound like someone from Latin America (seems latin spanish is closer to russian than spanish spanish phonetically). And now I have a colombian friend who mocks me a lot saying I sound too spanish and teaches me to pronounce things 'right'.

Having in mind that I haven't had any practice for quite a while and 'zapato', 'zanahoria', 'tiene usted una cerveza muy fria. tengo sed' + 1 song by Natalia Oreiro is pretty much everything that I remember, I can guess what a perfect object for mocking I am :rolleyes:

-Adruz-
01-05-2007, 03:07
In my case, I think I'm cofunsing because my english is horrible :bum: I know a lot about spanish grammar, but I can't teach you in english.. :( Sorry.

Having in mind that I haven't had any practice for quite a while and 'zapato', 'zanahoria', 'tiene usted una cerveza muy fria. tengo sed' + 1 song by Natalia Oreiro is pretty much everything that I remember, I can guess what a perfect object for mocking I am :rolleyes:
Do you know her? :p She's Argentinian

Amy_Lee_Rocks
01-05-2007, 03:11
I have no idea on what Spanish I try to learn :D

I had a spanish friend some years ago and he was teaching me how to pronounce things and laughing at me saying I sound like someone from Latin America (seems latin spanish is closer to russian than spanish spanish phonetically). And now I have a colombian friend who mocks me a lot saying I sound too spanish and teaches me to pronounce things 'right'.

Having in mind that I haven't had any practice for quite a while and 'zapato', 'zanahoria', 'tiene usted una cerveza muy fria. tengo sed' + 1 song by Natalia Oreiro is pretty much everything that I remember, I can guess what a perfect object for mocking I am :rolleyes:

haha, wow
Well from my point of view, Russian isnt hard to pronounce..
the hard part is talking it at a normal speed..lol
Since im not use to using V or K in alot of words
or very long words, its kinda hard to say it fast.
Easy to read & Pronounce.

itsme22
01-05-2007, 03:16
We speak Castillian Spanish, but we don't pronounce the "Z" as the Spanish people do :p

Historically, "Castellano" refers to the language of Castilla, the Old Kingdom of Spain. After the Spanish language was brought over when much of Central and South America was conquered by the Spanish, obviously, the language evolved differently in every region. Technically, "Castellano" would refer the "Spanish" spoken in Spain since that's were the Old Kingdom was. Many countries in South America, especially the southern half, decided to adopt the term "castellano" for their language because calling it "español" would be too much of a link between them and their former Spanish conquerors.

I know that Argentina and Uruguay (I can't remember the others) call the language they speak "castellano," but technically, it isn't.

Well from my point of view, Russian isnt hard to pronounce..
Easy to read & Pronounce.
Russian and Spanish (well, the Romance languages in general) are more similar than I thought they'd be. Pronunciation shouldn't be hard for Spanish-speakers. My Russian teacher, Natalia Myshkina (haha), once told me I had a charming accent.

la aurora
01-05-2007, 03:21
haha, wow
Well from my point of view, Russian isnt hard to pronounce..
the hard part is talking it at a normal speed..lol
Since im not use to using V or K in alot of words
or very long words, its kinda hard to say it fast.
Easy to read & Pronounce.

I wonder what speed you consider 'normal'. If one Yulia speaks at then... well all I can say is 'don't try to repeat this trcik at home'. She's in the league of her own :D

Speed will come with confidence. Confidence will come with practice. Russian indeed isn't that hard as we don't have obvious tongue-twisting sounds.

From what I remember from Learning russian thread we had couple of years ago, the most difficult thing about russian pronouncation is softness of consonants. Many find it quite hard to make those sounds different enough. With reading main trouble is vocals though :rolleyes: We constantly pronounce 'o' as 'a' and 'e' as 'i' etc. Well and for some people Zh, ch, sch sounds are hard a bit, spanish people often find it hard to get 'b' and 'v' difference right. Depends on the native language a lot but in general, spanish speakers shouldn't have serious problems with russian.

itsme22
01-05-2007, 03:26
Speed will come with confidence. Confidence will come with practice. Russian indeed isn't that hard as we don't have obvious tongue-twisting sounds.

In my Russian class we had to recite tongue twisters. Mine was something like "Shla Sasha po shosse i sosala sushku" and there was another one "Karl u Klary ukral korally, a Klara u Karla ukrala klarnyet." They're fun

la aurora
01-05-2007, 03:31
In my Russian class we had to recite tongue twisters. Mine was something like "Shla Sasha po shosse i sosala sushku" and there was another one "Karl u Klary ukral korally, a Klara u Karla ukrala klarnyet." They're fun

These 2 tongue-twisters are the most popular here as well, I think :)

-Adruz-
01-05-2007, 03:32
spanish people often find it hard to get 'b' and 'v' difference right.

Yees, you're right. Now, I know the difference.. because my teacher of german taught me that. We speak a lot about that here cuz nobody knows the difference.

crazy malchik
01-05-2007, 10:40
im srry tomorrow is holiday so i promise ill make it tomorrow. I apologize

You don't have reason to apologize, I'm patient... I can wait! :p lol

And yes, I know how to pronounce "paz"... :p Watching millions of soaps finally paid off. :laugh:
And I know what "paz" means...
And I know who is Natalia Oreiro...

LOL, I really :love: Spanish!

anml
01-05-2007, 21:57
EDIT: la aurora, :lol:! They are confusing! But I <3 them!
We are not many, but we speak different spanish languages :laugh: and thx :p

You don't have reason to apologize, I'm patient... I can wait! :p lol

:kwink: im already making the leason ill post it todayor maybe tomorow :/

crazy malchik
01-05-2007, 22:00
Ok, pumpkin! :kwink:

Guys, and is big difference in real Spanish (which we can hear in Spain) and Spanish from... Mexico? I know that pronounciation is different, but are words, grammar rules, or..?

anml
01-05-2007, 22:08
Words are actually different in every spanish speaking country (if we are talking about the same when we refer to 'words') like in "Tomar el autobus" or "Coger el autobus" (the last one means another thing in some country lol). Grammar rules...I dont know mexican spanish so dunno, but in my spanish no difference. :)

crazy malchik
03-05-2007, 13:21
Well, tomar & coger are the words I know, but I thought they're both used in speaking.

Yo coger el cocaracha. -> Stupid example but ok.
Yo tomar el cocaracha.

So in Spain... what should I say?
In Argentina, Peru...?

How can I know when to use one word if I know both words?

itsme22
03-05-2007, 14:46
Yo coger el cocaracha. -> Stupid example but ok.
Yo tomar el cocaracha.
Yo cojo la cucaracha.
Yo tomo la cucaracha.
(You didn't conjugate the verbs)

Just to be safe, I'd probably say to use "tomar" just because you run less of a chance of offending someone (or being made fun of). Although, if you said "cojo la cucaracha" no one would think that you were saying "I fuck the roach."

anml
04-05-2007, 00:35
How can I know when to use one word if I know both words?
Thats, something i dont know, i never tried to speak other spanish apart from 'mine'
Tho, i could give you some examples, just wait till I remember some xP


Btw, the lesson i was going to post today dissapeared from my pc so ill have to do it again so...srry :/

crazy malchik
04-05-2007, 12:21
You didn't conjugate the verbs

And how do I conjugate the verbs...? :o

Tho, i could give you some examples, just wait till I remember some xP

I'm waitingggg...

itsme22
04-05-2007, 13:16
And how do I conjugate the verbs...? :o
http://www.verbix.com/languages/spanish.shtml

anml
04-05-2007, 22:43
And how do I conjugate the verbs...? :o
itsme22 has already answered but i made a lesson about that anyway :p
Simple regular verb conjugation (in present)

Verb Conjugations-Present

When a Verb ends in –ar (Hablar)
Yo hablo – I talk
Tu hablas – You talk (singular)
Usted habla – You talk (Formal way for Tu)
El/ella habla – He/She talks
Nosotros Hablamos – We talk
Ellos/ellas/ustedes Hablan – You talk (masculine, femenine and both) (plural)

When a Verb ends in –er (Beber)
Yo bebo – I drink
Tu bebes – You drink
El/ella bebe – He/She drinks
Usted bebe – You drink
Nosotros bebemos – We drink
Ellos/ellas/ustedes beben – drink

When a Verb ends in –ir (Vivir)
Yo vivo – I live
Tu vives – You live
El/ella vive – He/She lives
Usted vive – You live
Nosotros vivimos – We live
Ellos/ellas/ustedes viven – You live

Now you conjugate this verbs: Jugar(play), Esconder(hide), Escribir(write)...You can post them in here if you want them corrected or if you have any doubt.


So...im free so if you want any lesson about a specific topic (yes, you tell me! xD) just ask for it lol

crazy malchik I own you a lesson about....writting, right? ill make it and post it this weekend...i promise :kwink:

Amanda
04-05-2007, 22:48
^^ Thanks anml.

Amy_Lee_Rocks
04-05-2007, 23:01
When a Verb ends in –er (Comer)
Yo bebo – I drink
Tu bebes – You drink
El/ella bebe – He/She drinks
Usted bebe – You drink
Nosotros bebemos – We drink
Ellos/ellas/ustedes beben – You drink


You can also say

Yo-Tomo
Tu-Tomas
El/ella-Toma
Usted-Toma
Nosotros-Tomamos
Ellos/ellas/ustedes-Toman

Tomar and Beber pretty much means the same thing

-Adruz-
05-05-2007, 02:54
When a Verb ends in –er (Comer)
Yo bebo – I drink
Tu bebes – You drink
El/ella bebe – He/She drinks
Usted bebe – You drink
Nosotros bebemos – We drink
Ellos/ellas/ustedes beben – You drink


You can also say

Yo-Tomo
Tu-Tomas
El/ella-Toma
Usted-Toma
Nosotros-Tomamos
Ellos/ellas/ustedes-Toman

Tomar and Beber pretty much means the same thing

Yeesss! We never say beber :p

*Tomar* can also be use as "take"
Ej:
· Tomar el autobus - (Yo tomo el autobus)
· Tomar un objeto - (Yo tomo una lapicera)

anml
05-05-2007, 03:03
We dont either but i thought it would be 'better' to put Beber instead of Tomar :p
Anyway, you already know it is the same ;)

-Adruz-
05-05-2007, 03:42
i thought it would be 'better' to put Beber instead of Tomar :p

Of course, it's better ;)

crazy malchik
05-05-2007, 09:26
anml, is it good, is it good, is it good? :(

JUGAR

Yo jugo
Tu jugas
Usted juga
El/ella juga
Nosotros jugamos
Ellos/ellas/ustedes jugan

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ESCONDER

Yo escondo
Tu escondes
El/ella esconde
Usted esconde
Nosotros escondemos
Ellos/ellas/ustedes escenden

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ESCRIBIR

Yo escribo
Tu escribes
El/ella escribe
Usted escribe
Nosotros ecribirmos
Ellos/ellas/ustedes ecribiren

anml
05-05-2007, 16:16
In Jugar you must put an e (Juegan, Juegas) exept in Nosotros Jugamos. (My Mistake srry, fogot to mention that)

Ellos/ellas/ustedes escenden
Change the e for the o
Ellos/ellas/ustedes ecribiren
You added a -ir


So its right! :p

crazy malchik
05-05-2007, 16:57
In Jugar you must put an e (Juegan, Juegas) exept in Nosotros Jugamos. (My Mistake srry, fogot to mention that)


Change the e for the o

You added a -ir


So its right! :p

You mean:

Yo juego
Tu juegas
Usted juega
El/ella juega
Nosotros jugamos
Ellos/ellas/ustedes juegan

Is it good now? :gigi:

Katoren
05-05-2007, 17:13
You mean:

Yo juego
Tu juegas
Usted juega
El/ella juega
Nosotros jugamos
Ellos/ellas/ustedes juegan

Is it good now? :gigi:

It's good. ^^
And you missed "vosotros jugáis". :)

Sorry to intrude in your lesson, anml.

-Adruz-
05-05-2007, 17:15
You mean:

Yo juego
Tu juegas
Usted juega
El/ella juega
Nosotros jugamos
Ellos/ellas/ustedes juegan

Is it good now? :gigi:

You got a ten :lol:

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It'd be better to learn the pronouns like this:
Yo
Tu
El/Ella
Nosotros
Ustedes
Ellos/Ellas
..
Usted

And you missed "vosotros jugáis". :)

Ustedes juegan is the same as vosotros jugáis.

Katoren
05-05-2007, 17:24
Ustedes juegan is the same as vosotros jugáis.
It's the same meaning, but it's not exactly the same. O_o In Spain "usted/ustedes" is only used in formal speech. It's really weird to get to hear a teenager to say "usted" actually.

-Adruz-
05-05-2007, 17:40
It's the same meaning, but it's not exactly the same. O_o In Spain "usted/ustedes" is only used in formal speech. It's really weird to get to hear a teenager to say "usted" actually.

You're cofused. Usted is not the same as ustedes.
Usted is like tu but formal.
Ustedes is the same as vosotros but the conjugation is different.
For example,
Ustedes pegan
Vosotros pegáis

Katoren
05-05-2007, 17:50
You're cofused. Usted is not the same as ustedes.
Usted is like tu but formal.
Ustedes is the same as vosotros but the conjugation is different.
For example,
Ustedes pegan
Vosotros pegáis
Jesus, I'm not confused. xD Ok let me correct myself, "It's really weird to get to hear a teenager to say "usted" or "ustedes" actually.

Ustedes is the same as vosotros but the conjugation is different
That is what I mean. And I can assure you in Spain you don't hear ustedes unless it's a formal situation. We use vosotros all the time. That's why I thought I'd add it to the list.

-Adruz-
05-05-2007, 17:53
Jesus, I'm not confused. xD Ok let me correct myself, "It's really weird to get to hear a teenager to say "usted" or "ustedes" actually.


That is what I mean. And I can assure you in Spain you don't hear ustedes unless it's a formal situation. We use vosotros all the time. That's why I thought I'd add it to the list.

Latin American people never use vosotros. We use ustedes.
We use *usted* to speak to adults we don't know very well. (In my case, I never say Usted :p I always say *vos* (tu), but that is just Argentinian Spanish, so don't pay attention to it ;) )
*Ustedes* is informal for us. (Don't worry, when we learn the correct spanish we learn "vosotros" instead of ustedes. But we don't use it.)
;)

crazy malchik
05-05-2007, 20:34
Ok, stop, stop, you're confusing me, omg! lol :laugh:

So, I did it ok? :gigi: Yes! :gigi:

anml
06-05-2007, 03:51
Sorry to intrude in your lesson, anml.
Dont worry, its not actually my lesson so evreybody can teach in here :p


Yes crazy malchik its all right :p

crazy malchik
06-05-2007, 08:01
When I have such a great teacher! :kwink:

Amy_Lee_Rocks
06-05-2007, 18:43
Mexican Spanish is different from Spanyard Spanish.
Mexicans make fun of the Spanyards for talking different
or i guee having a different accent.
Like for example they say "Grathias" isntead of "Gracias".
I just wish that Mexico would have stayed with its
native language and not spanish.

-Adruz-
06-05-2007, 20:27
Mexican Spanish is different from Spanyard Spanish.
Mexicans make fun of the Spanyards for talking different
or i guee having a different accent.

For Argentinian people, the mexicans speak funny :p

Amy_Lee_Rocks
06-05-2007, 20:29
For Argentinian people, the mexicans speak funny :p

lol, Mexicans from what state?
Its funny how Almost each Mexican state has
its own accent.

-Adruz-
06-05-2007, 20:35
lol, Mexicans from what state?
Its funny how Almost each Mexican state has
its own accent.

The ones who appear on tv. I think they are *Chilangos*

Every country has different accents... and sometimes different dialects.

Amy_Lee_Rocks
06-05-2007, 20:38
The ones who appear on the tv I think they are *Chilangos*

Every country has different accents

hahaha! yeah the Chilangos are the ones who talk funny!
Most of them are very stuck up!

mary_lovesyulia
07-05-2007, 03:15
hahaha! yeah the Chilangos are the ones who talk funny!
Most of them are very stuck up!

i don't think so, jajaj i'm chilanga, not all "chilangos" speak funny
also the norteños and sureños speaks with a funny accent!

Amy_Lee_Rocks
07-05-2007, 03:24
i don't think so, jajaj i'm chilanga, not all "chilangos" speak funny
also the norteños and sureños speaks with a funny accent!

hahaha! i knew you were gonna reply to this..lol
I dont think you would be aware that you might
speak funny..lol cause of course you're use to it..lol

Amanda
08-05-2007, 00:16
This isn't about learning Spanish, but I was wondering what would be the most correct way to do a Spanish version of my site.

a) I do it in my own knowledge then get it proof-read
b) Get my co-webmaster to (she's Mexican)
c) Translate it online

Which one? Or suggestions? Thanks!

itsme22
08-05-2007, 02:46
a) I do it in my own knowledge then get it proof-read
b) Get my co-webmaster to (she's Mexican)
c) Translate it online

B! Pick B!

A is a little impractical. If you're gonna have someone who speaks Spanish proofread it anyway, you might as well let them write it.
And C is bad because online translators are always off. They're never completely correct.

Amanda
08-05-2007, 03:29
B! Pick B!

A is a little impractical. If you're gonna have someone who speaks Spanish proofread it anyway, you might as well let them write it.
And C is bad because online translators are always off. They're never completely correct.Thank you!! Good idea! :rose:

Mary-sheccid
10-05-2007, 19:24
For Argentinian people, the mexicans speak funny :p
For Mexican people, Argentinians speak funny.. :p Lol..
"Sho, no se Que digas vos si sos un Boludo".. Cosas Asi.. Jajajaja..

Maybe somebody should upload some Audios..
People teaching spanish.. pronunciation..

Katoren
10-05-2007, 19:34
Maybe somebody should upload some Audios..
People teaching spanish.. pronunciation..
omg that sounds interesting.
I would. If I had the slightest idea of what to teach. :D
I can upload something just for the "fun" of it though... :spy:

Argentinian accent is HOT. Hot, I tell you. :cool:
Mary.. hola? :confused:

-Adruz-
10-05-2007, 20:53
"Sho, no se Que digas vos si sos un Boludo".. Cosas Asi.. Jajajaja..

WRONG! Creo que voy a tener que seguir enseñandote a hablar en argentino :p

Argentinian accent is HOT. Hot, I tell you. :cool:

:)

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How do I call the spanish from spain? :confused:

Amy_Lee_Rocks
11-05-2007, 01:17
How do I call the spanish from spain? :confused:

Spanyards

itsme22
12-05-2007, 06:48
It's spelled "Spaniard"

-Adruz-
12-05-2007, 16:20
thankss ;)

Amy_Lee_Rocks
13-05-2007, 05:36
It's spelled "Spaniard"

I was taught wrongly....

fucking english teacher..

Amanda
19-05-2007, 09:11
I got some more (basic) words from my Mexican friend. :)

yet = todavía
some - alguno
satanic = satanica
goat = cabra
which = cuál
ever = siempre
there = allí
any = cual quiera
out = fuera / era
then = entonces

but I couldn't convince her I don't suck. :lol:

Amanda says:
por que soy muy ....tired
[s.v.E.n] | the devil and god are raging inside me | says:
LMFAO
Amanda says:
I'm better in the day time k?
[s.v.E.n] | the devil and god are raging inside me | says:
sure.
Amanda says:
totally am.
[s.v.E.n] | the devil and god are raging inside me | says:
whatever you say.
Amanda says:
in every spanish convo, I only have 25 complaints.
[s.v.E.n] | the devil and god are raging inside me | says:
lmfao.

Станко394
19-05-2007, 19:06
I like Spanish. Hey, how do you say I'm the most beautiful person in world? :lol:

-Adruz-
19-05-2007, 19:10
Hey, how do you say I'm the most beautiful person in world? :lol:

Soy la persona más linda en todo el mundo ;)

Станко394
20-05-2007, 15:07
Soy la persona más linda en todo el mundo ;)

Hahaha, thanks, Adruz! :D

anml
20-05-2007, 23:02
Guess what! (chiken butt :laugh: - Ive been drinking too much lol) another lesson :p

Adjetives

In Spanish, most adjectives change form when you modify a noun from feminine-masculine or singular-plural.

Example – alto (tall)

El niño alto (the tall boy)
La niña alta (the tall girl)
Los niños altos (the tall boys)
Las niñas altas (the tall girls)

Adjectives that end in -e change form for singular-plural, but not from feminine-masculine

Example – Inteligente (Smart)

El niño inteligente
La niña inteligente
Los niños inteligentes
Las niñas inteligentes

Most adjectives that end in a consonant do change form for singular or plural, but do not change for masculine or feminine. To form the plural, add -es.

Example – popular

El niño popular
La niña popular
Los niños populares
Las niñas populares

Adjectives ending in -or, -án, -ón, or -ín have four forms
Example – hablador (erm…that he/she talk too much)
El niño hablador
La niña habladora
Los niños habladores
Las niñas habladoras

ricardo_aries
27-05-2007, 10:08
oh, the spanish is so easy.. so easy!.. hard: native american languague!!!! that's hard.. even the chinese is easy comparated with those language xD. my english sux.
anyway.
En realidad el argentino es lo más gracioso de todo latinoamérica, superando a los españoles, jaja. El español mexicano igual tiene sus varianes, y no todos los chilangos hablan raro, sólo los "ñeros" que son de la clase popular los que hablan chistoso, porque en realidad, muchos en México tienden a hablar con la misma tonada, es decir, no cantando las palabras, a un mismo nivel y velocidad. Cosa que no sucede con los yucatecos, jaja, o con los norteños, o del golfo o revireños, etc. El español más bonito creo que es el de los venezolanos o colombianos :P.

Y por cierto, sí es fácil identificar la diferencia entre la B y la V, sólo que la mayoría no lo sabe pronunciar. Es más mary-sheccid les puede ayudar, es hija de una maestro de español (lástima que mary no sabe respetar la mayoría de las reglas del español jajajaja XD). lol