anonymous
  • anonymous
is this correct
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ambos nos gusta andar en bicicleta, que tanto como ver televisión, me gusta patinar que le gusta caminar, le gusta nadar no lo hago.
KendrickLamar2014
  • KendrickLamar2014
Can you tell me in English what you want to say in Spanish? @adam.d
anonymous
  • anonymous
it sounds wrong, can you tell me what exactly is it you are trying to say? :/

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anonymous
  • anonymous
A ambos nos gusta andar en bicicleta tanto como ver televisión. But I can't understand the rest. Can you tell me that part in English in order to help you?
Uniqueartist1
  • Uniqueartist1
its half correct i guess , because if you put it in google translate to english it doesnt really make sense
Uniqueartist1
  • Uniqueartist1
But only the beggining is weird and the very end
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Uniqueartist1 Uh, google translate is barely trustable, borderline not at all. For one word maybe, but an entire paragraph? nonono. So yeah! (Anyways spanish literally translated is much more literal, and has less filler normally)
Uniqueartist1
  • Uniqueartist1
kk

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