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There is a website that can help you lot with these stuff My professor gave it to us to use if you want i can give it to you It will help you better then any one cane
Please! That'd be so helpful!
XD no problem and also this is different type you can use words in spanish like run can mean several things in english but mean another in spanish this website will make sure and check it that way you want to use it http://www.wordreference.com/
Thank you so so much!
i'm a 16 in nothing but colleges class XD and i use this in my spanish (even tho i'm a native speaker) lol
If you need help working if message me
@Nemo1223 I'm confused about what words i'm susposed to conjugate
type it in and i will should you every possible form of that word in spanish
Do I type in every single word? It didn't work when I typed in a whole sentence
You can type sentence in but it will probably wont as well. This site is meant to help with meaning or form of words
Okay! I'll try that! Thank you!
Since your a native speaker, I just want to see if i'm doing this right, what does this sentece say: Usted quedarse ocupado @Nemo1223
first things first what are trying to say
I was trying to say: You keep working.
.-. the way you r saying is wierd XD but could say Sigue trabajando
I'm just so lost and confused. I typed in my words into the thing and ugh... What did the sentence translate to?
Usted quedarse ocupado You stay occupied basically
usted is the formal form of you XD Quedarse stay in present form occupado occupied/ busy
Okay, so Sigue trabajando means 'Keep working'
did you type an sentence in to the site i gave you?
So if I was trying to say 'You keep up the good work" it'd be 'Usted quedarse arriba el buen trabajar' Is that ever close?
If you try to make an english sentence to spansih for for word that doesn't work out well XD
Spanish is more complex where one word would have more then one meaning and it also can be said in different ways
Are you trying to say this in a formal/professional way?
Yes I am
Usted sigue el buen trabajo. You keep up the good basically
Okay, so the last one I have to do is 'You smile today' and I had 'Usted mantene sonreír una vez hoy' I don't understand why that's wrong? (I have to take out the mantar and conjugate
is this going to be a statement or question?
nvm i'm assuming present
I think present, i'm not sure. All I know is it's a statment, lol
XD ok hmm i would say Ustet hoy sonreiro
meaning today you smled
THANK YOU SO SO MUCH!
or Hoy usted sonreiro today you smiled
ann no problem hope yo uget them right and i gtg do my project XD due tomorrow and haven't started lol