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    Quote Originally Posted by Soph! View Post
    i'm pretty sure the adjective comes AFTER the noun..

    you should also add the 10's of numbers... going up to 100

    20 - veinte
    30 - treinta
    40 - cuaranta
    50 - cincuenta
    60 - sesenta
    70 - setenta
    80 - ochenta
    90 - noventa
    100 - cien


    they always come in handy because you can work out every no. between 1-100 with them.
    Depends.

    People say feliz cumpleaños and cumpleaños feliz

    The song goes "Cumpleaños feliz..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soph! View Post
    i'm pretty sure the adjective comes AFTER the noun..

    you should also add the 10's of numbers... going up to 100

    20 - veinte
    30 - treinta
    40 - cuaranta
    50 - cincuenta
    60 - sesenta
    70 - setenta
    80 - ochenta
    90 - noventa
    100 - cien


    they always come in handy because you can work out every no. between 1-100 with them.
    To say the units, you say the ten, e.g. treinta, then "y uno", for 31. Just thought I would add it.
    In the twenties though, you say "veintiuno" for 21. So all you do is swap the last 'e' for an 'i' and add the unit.
    Last edited by Muppet; 06-10-2008 at 07:13 PM.

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    No really
    Im Colombian ( Spanish is the native language ) feliz cumpleaños is the most used..

    El español realmente es fácil O Bueno los acentos tal vez en ocasiones son los más complicados

    Si necesitas ayuda con el español aquí estaré yo

    If you need help with the spanish.. i can help you

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    The units are with :

    Y Uno
    Y dos
    y tres
    etc...
    Example
    Cuarenta y uno ( 41 )
    Except:
    Once ( 11 )
    Doce ( 12 )
    Trece ( 13 )
    Catorce ( 14 )
    Quince ( 15 )
    --> Is similar but the word no is sepparated..
    ( 16 ) dieciseis
    ( 17 ) diecisiete
    ( 18 ) dieciocho
    ( 19 ) diecinueve
    ( 21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29 ) veint i+ Number Example:

    veintidos ( 22 )

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    Purple - violeta (i think) --> Morado or violeta is the same

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    Saludos!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muniflex View Post
    Feliz Ano Nuevo - Happy New Year
    You can say Feliz Ano for short.
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    Thanks for this.
    Although it's always the grammer that gets me in Spanish.


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    yes...
    Feliz Año...


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    There are a few errors here and there, if you are doing written Spanish you will have to always double check accents as they are crucial.

    One is also 'uno' not 'un'

    Also Hello is usually written like so;¡Hola!. There is no big reason, it just tends to be so in Spanish.

    You also combined 'Estoy OK' which is an English with a Spanish word, not usually spoken in Spain.

    Anyway just really pin-pointing those finite errors. Other than that nice effort . I could by this point start sounding like your Spanish teacher ;o!
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    lol thanks for that if i ever suffer with any problems in spain with speach. ill be sure on to this thread :L

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    You put "N" as No, typo?
    Forgive me if I'm wrong, but those translations are all very literal, as if you've used a translator?
    For example Hasta Luego doesn't necessarily mean See you tomorrow, it's often used simply as we would use 'cya'.
    Happy birthday can be either way round, Cumpleanos Feliz is the more spanish way of saying it.
    As mentioned above, you should add "?Dondé esta?" for where is...
    Or just list the basic question words, I think they'll help.
    ~ lol

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    hahaha i like when people say "feliz ano nuevo" because it is "Feliz año nuevo". Ano means A_SHOLE so its like happy new A_SHOLE jajajaajaj xd

    and purple is morado or lila i think that violeta is violet in english xd

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