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« Reply #15 on: July 05, 2012, 22:38:45 »
Fannie: Este muy muy bien! Gracias!! De dónde eres?
That's really really great! Thank you!! Where are you from?

De nada! soy de México ;)
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« Reply #16 on: July 06, 2012, 04:22:58 »
@Meli: tienes un español muy bueno! Se me hace curioso como se nota inmediatamente que lo aprendiste en Europa, como el de España, porque en Latinoamerica no usamos el pronombre "vosotros".

@Meli: you've got such a good spanish! It is curious for me that you can notice right away that you learned it in Europe, like the one in Spain, because here in Latinamerica we don't use the pronoun "vosotros".

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« Reply #17 on: July 07, 2012, 12:46:40 »
@Meli: tienes un español muy bueno! Se me hace curioso como se nota inmediatamente que lo aprendiste en Europa, como el de España, porque en Latinoamerica no usamos el pronombre "vosotros".

@Meli: you've got such a good spanish! It is curious for me that you can notice right away that you learned it in Europe, like the one in Spain, because here in Latinamerica we don't use the pronoun "vosotros".

 :D En Latinoamérica usáis "ustedes" ¿no?. Y no creas que en Europa se enseña sólo el español de España, cuando estuve de profesora de español en Londres, muchos de mis alumnos estaban aprendiendo español latino y me tuve que adaptar un poco para no confundirlos  ;D Si te digo la verdad, nunca consideré uno peor que el otro, cuando en otros sitios hay una pelea continua, sobretodo en los doblajes de las series -.-

So, In Latin America you use "ustedes" dont u?. And for what u said about the Spanish taught in Europe, Spanish from Spain is not always the one to be taught: when I worked as Spanish teacher in London, many of my pupils were learning Latin Spanish and I had to adapt myself to it  in order to avoid confusions ;) Actually I never considered that one variety is better than the other, when in other places there is always a constant fight, especially for the series/films dubbings -.-
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« Reply #18 on: July 07, 2012, 13:32:22 »
Gracias Malina por este soplo :)
Thank you Malina for that tip!

Hoy yo voy a aprender español. ;D
Today I will learn Spanish. ;D
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« Reply #19 on: July 08, 2012, 00:01:52 »
:D En Latinoamérica usáis "ustedes" ¿no?. Y no creas que en Europa se enseña sólo el español de España, cuando estuve de profesora de español en Londres, muchos de mis alumnos estaban aprendiendo español latino y me tuve que adaptar un poco para no confundirlos  ;D Si te digo la verdad, nunca consideré uno peor que el otro, cuando en otros sitios hay una pelea continua, sobretodo en los doblajes de las series -.-

So, In Latin America you use "ustedes" dont u?. And for what u said about the Spanish taught in Europe, Spanish from Spain is not always the one to be taught: when I worked as Spanish teacher in London, many of my pupils were learning Latin Spanish and I had to adapt myself to it  in order to avoid confusions ;) Actually I never considered that one variety is better than the other, when in other places there is always a constant fight, especially for the series/films dubbings -.-

Si, haha y es cierto, siempre se pelean por cual doblaje es mejor :P en lo personal a mi me gusta como suena el español de España  :D

Yes, haha and it's true, there's always a fight over which is better dubbing :P personally I like the sound of the spanish of Spain  :D

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« Reply #20 on: July 09, 2012, 01:56:11 »
Así es, usamos "ustedes". Algo que confunde mucho a las personas que aprenden español es la diferencia entre el "tú" y "usted", es como el "du" y "Sie" del alemán.

That's right, we use "ustedes". One thing that confuses people very much is the difference between "tú" and "usted", it's like the "du" and "Sie" of german.

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« Reply #21 on: July 09, 2012, 19:19:08 »
@Meli: tienes un español muy bueno! Se me hace curioso como se nota inmediatamente que lo aprendiste en Europa, como el de España, porque en Latinoamerica no usamos el pronombre "vosotros".

@Meli: you've got such a good spanish! It is curious for me that you can notice right away that you learned it in Europe, like the one in Spain, because here in Latinamerica we don't use the pronoun "vosotros".

 :o :-[ gracias!! no sé como puedes ver eso en estos posts, pero xP Y tienes razon, no sé como usar ustedes en cuanto a vosotros, pero no realmente es que he aprendido en Europa sino que he aprendido con mi mama que es profe de espanol ^^ y tenemos un origén espanola en su parte de mi familia (todavia padres en Andalucia y Ibiza ;) ), entoncés me ha aprendido eso ^^
y cada vez olvido como se dice en Latin América  :-[ lo siento ^^

:o :-[ thanks!! i don't know how you can see this in these posts, but xP and you're right, i don't know how to use ustedes instead of vosotros, but it's not really because i learnt in Europe, but more because the first to learn me was my mom, who is a Spanish teacher, and we have Spanish roots on her sie of the family (still cousins in Andalucia and Ibiza ;) )  so i have learnt in this way ^^ and i forget again and again how you say in Latin America :-[ sorry ^^
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« Reply #22 on: October 19, 2012, 19:27:27 »
I'm searching for a Spanish-German-tandem... is anybody interested?? :)
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« Reply #23 on: October 20, 2012, 00:22:34 »
I'm searching for a Spanish-German-tandem... is anybody interested?? :)
What means "tandem"?  ::)
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« Reply #24 on: October 20, 2012, 01:09:40 »
I'm searching for a Spanish-German-tandem... is anybody interested?? :)
What means "tandem"?  ::)

I'm wondering the same  ::)
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« Reply #25 on: October 20, 2012, 01:54:11 »
Que??

En este momento, estoy pensando de tandem bicicleta.   ???

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« Reply #26 on: October 20, 2012, 08:39:32 »
;D

A tandem is a combination between two guys who want to learn a language. One guy e.g. is from Spain but wants to learn German, the other guys is German and wants to learn Spanish. So when they both are motivated they can learn from each other Spanish and German with writing, talking and meeting. More details arr here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tandem_language_learning

It would be the first time for me as well, but I think it would be really funny.

So anybody interested? ;D
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« Reply #27 on: October 20, 2012, 09:41:57 »
it works well, had one in Innsbruck and a friend of mine there as well :) think it's an ideal basis to use a language. Regrettably I don't speak a word spanish :D
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« Reply #28 on: October 20, 2012, 10:35:47 »
Thank you for the answer!

Regrettably I don't speak a word spanish :D
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« Reply #29 on: October 20, 2012, 11:59:36 »
;D

A tandem is a combination between two guys who want to learn a language. One guy e.g. is from Spain but wants to learn German, the other guys is German and wants to learn Spanish. So when they both are motivated they can learn from each other Spanish and German with writing, talking and meeting. More details arr here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tandem_language_learning

It would be the first time for me as well, but I think it would be really funny.

So anybody interested? ;D



Ohhh.. now I get it! hahaha well, I don't know if  I can learn german but I can help you with conversations in spanish and things like that.. count with me, just tell me how can I help you, via msn or fb, whatever..  It's nice to see your interest in my language =)
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