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how do you say "what are you going to do at the park?" in spanish?

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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¿qué vas a hacer en el parque?
did u use an online translator?
That can could work too.

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haha ok well thank you!!:)
you can also change "a" to "para" I think that would be better
do you know how to say 3:00?
well you start off by saying the number.....and....oclock... do you know those three words?
lol no..:/
3=?
tres
whats oclock?
right! So now oclock is punto normally if it was say 5:10 you would say cinco con diez which is in literal translation 5 with 10. But for oclock, :15, :30 they have an actual word there. So tres en punto would be your answer
ooh! great thank you:)
You are most welcome. Good luck. :D

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