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Beyonce4

  • 3 years ago

Me: It’s warm and wet outside. Friend: yeah it looks gloomy out Me: I think I’m going to wear my rain boots and a light coat Friend: Yeah me to, and I’m going to bring my umbrella, just in case it starts raining Me: That’s a good idea! Friend: Do u have a umbrella? Me: no, mine broke when the wind took it last year Friend: oh. Well, you can borrow one of mine its purple! ME: awesome, thanks! Friend: no problem. (I need this translated into Spanish) Thanks:)

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  1. megalover119
    • 3 years ago
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    Me: esta fuera calido y humedo Friend: Si, parece sombrio exterior Me: Creo que voy a llevar mis botas de lluvia y una capa ligera Friend: Si, yo tambien, y yo traere mi sombrilla, en caso de que empiece a llover Me: que es una buena idea! Friend: Tienes una sombrilla? Me: no, mi sombrilla se rompio cuando el viento se llevo Friend: Pues, tu puedes pedir prestado uno de los míos. Es purpura! Me: impresionante! gracias! Friend: no hay problema. I am in Spanish 3 honors, but forgive me if it is not all correct :)

  2. InYourHead
    • 3 years ago
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    @megalover119 I personally think that translation's pretty good. There's just one little thing: When we wanna say "it looks gloomy out," we wanna use the adverb form of "outside," because we're talking about "where." "Exterior" is a noun. Like the exterior of an object. "Afuera" is the adverb. Like a place.

  3. megalover119
    • 3 years ago
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    @InYourHead thanks for the tip! :)

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