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mikala1

  • 2 years ago

can some one help me write spanish sentences with out a translatior

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  1. mikala1
    • 2 years ago
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    they have to be about a girls home named marisa

  2. mikala1
    • 2 years ago
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    Think back to how Marisa described Cuban homes and how Cuban homes compare to your own home. What are the similarities? What are the differences? Print the graphic organizer below or create your own graphic organizer to write your sentences. Write three complete Spanish sentences describing Marisa’s house in Cuba. Write three complete Spanish sentences describing your own home. Write four complete Spanish sentences describing the differences between Marisa’s house and your own home. this is how many i need

  3. mikala1
    • 2 years ago
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    she has 1 stove it is black 1 lamp the cabinits are white the telovision and un cocina idk what that means and a gas stove with a white microwave thats all ik

  4. EmmaH
    • 2 years ago
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    um i dont think can help you with this the only way would be to give you the answer and i dont want to help you cheat (sorry not trying to be rude)

  5. mikala1
    • 2 years ago
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    thats ok i just dont know any spanish and its just for practice so its fine

  6. order
    • 2 years ago
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    Well, una cocina = a kitchen... if you translate all those works, you can describe the house: e.g., ella tiene una estufa negra, una lámpara, los gabinetes son blancos, tiene un televisor, una cocina, una cocina de gas, y una microonda blanca. (exactly what you wrote in English). I have no idea what you own house looks like, so you need to first write a sentence out in English, and try to translate it. If you don't kow simple vocabulary, check google or a dictionary for the words (not the sentences). It'll be easy to describe the differences, as you can say, "I have a black microwave, but she has a white one" and you'll be safe

  7. mikala1
    • 2 years ago
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    thank you so much ill try and post on here what i come up with

  8. order
    • 2 years ago
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    Sure, and I'll check it out and see if it's good! :)

  9. mikala1
    • 2 years ago
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    for mine i came up with mi casa tiene armarios azules y una estufa de blanco y negro.

  10. order
    • 2 years ago
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    mmm I don't think, that if you want to compare the two houses, that you have enough information there... but it's a good sentence to start off with! use "estufa blanca y negra" instead and don't use de...

  11. mikala1
    • 2 years ago
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    ok and im just doing what my house looks like for now the second one 1 mi casa tiene armarios azules y una estufa de blanco y negro. 2 mi casa cuenta con 4 lámparas. 3. También el microondas es negro. 4. de Finalmente tengo tres televisores en mi casa

  12. order
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    for some correction: 1) mi casa tiene armarios azules y una estufa blanca y negra 2) mmm I'd leave out cuenta.... and still use tiene (even though you want to use different vocabulary... or you can simply write, it has "ella tiene 4 lámparas", leaving out con 3) It looks like you're already trying to compare, so don't write tambien (also)... or you can write, tambien, tiene microondas negros. (also, it has black microwaves) 4) Finalmente, tengo tres televisores en mi casa (leave out de).

  13. mikala1
    • 2 years ago
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    opps well out of thoese with one do u think i should delet

  14. order
    • 2 years ago
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    Don't delete any... just rearrange perhaps, like I suggested...

  15. mikala1
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    i have to have 3 sent describing my house then 3 describing hers then 4 comparing both so thats why i did those like that but in the vocab is there any words i should switch around becuase i have to use a translatior

  16. order
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    well if you write out the 4 sentences as : 1) mi casa tiene armarios azules y una estufa blanca y negra 2) ella tiene 4 lámparas 3) tambien, tiene microondas negros. 4)Finalmente, tengo tres televisores en mi casa then it's perfecto!

  17. mikala1
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    ok thank you now i am doing the other ones and i willl post them will you help me with those to

  18. order
    • 2 years ago
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    yeah, no problemo!

  19. mikala1
    • 2 years ago
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    here are the other ones 1. en casa de María tienen una lámpara 2. maria no tiene una estufa de gas y es 3. maria también tiene armarios blancos 4. maria último tiene una lámpara y un televisor en la sala de estar

  20. order
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    1. en la casa de María, tiene una lámpara 2. Maria no tiene una estufa de gas (but Maria does have an electric heater ~ so that's wrong) 3. Maria también tiene armarios blancos 4. último, Maria tiene una lámpara y un televisor en la sala de estar. (are you comparing or just mentioning María's house?)

  21. mikala1
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    just mentioning

  22. order
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    Ok, but you mentioned that Maria does have una estufa de gas earlier on... so you can't write no tiene.

  23. mikala1
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    oh ok

  24. mikala1
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    so what would i write for that >

  25. order
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    Maria iene una estufa de gas

  26. order
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    tiene*

  27. mikala1
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    ok and here is the last ones thank you 1. una cosa que es lo mismo son las casas es la televisión en la sala de estar 2. otra cosa que el mismo es el horno de microondas los dos tenemos uno de esos 3. penúltimo es los televisores que tengo más de una, pero yo tengo uno en la sala de estar 4. último es que tengo una estufa eléctrica y tiene una estufa de gas para cocinar

  28. order
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    1. una cosa lo mismo en las casas de yo y de María, son los televiores en la sala de estar 2. un otra cosa similar es el horno de microondas. Las dos casas tienen uno de esos. 3. penúltimo, en la casa de Maria, tiene más que uno televisor, pero yo tengo solo uno en la sala de estar. 4. último, yo tengo una estufa eléctrica pero María tiene una estufa de gas para cocinar. That should make it right XD Which translator are you using?

  29. mikala1
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    umm google lol

  30. order
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    haha no wonder... you should just use the vocab with google... sentence structure sucks there..

  31. mikala1
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    oh ok thn you and lol were the only ones on in spanish

  32. order
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    haha true... for now!!

  33. order
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    thanks for the medal!

  34. mikala1
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    ya pice and quit ur welcome thanks alot for helping me

  35. order
    • 2 years ago
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    ¡No hay problema!

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