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Angelo 10th October 2010 03:58 PM

Hello
 
Hello, my name is Angel (the 'o' in the name is because "Angel" was not available...and because sounds well :rolleyes:). I'm from Argentina.
I like learning something new, especially languages.
(Currently, I'm only learning english :p, but I was learning a little of italian and japanese)

I'm at pre-intermediate level of english. So, you'll have too much to correct ;)
I want to help with spanish, while put in practice english

Best regards!

Uriel 10th October 2010 07:00 PM

¡Bienvenidos, Angel! Estoy al mismo nivel en español. Puedo ayudarte con inglés.

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Hello, my name is Angel (the 'o' in the name is because "Angel" was not available...and because it sounds well good :rolleyes:). I'm from Argentina.
I like learning something new things (or anything new, another option), especially languages.
(Currently, I'm only learning english :p, but I was learning a little of italian and Japanese)

I'm at a pre-intermediate level of english. So, you'll have too much to correct ;)
I want to help with spanish, while put in practice english (you have some options here: putting my English in practice, putting in some English practice, or putting in some practice with my English)

Angelo 10th October 2010 08:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Uriel (Post 92677)
¡Bienvenidos, Angel!
(tip: Angel:singular-male <---> bienvenido:singular-male. In this context, because you welcome to me)
Estoy al mismo nivel en español. Puedo ayudarte con inglés.

Thanks! ;D You do very well to be at a pre-intermediate level :thumbs-up: (I've been reading several post before)

("I want to help with spanish, while putting my English in practice"
Is different of "putting in some English practice"?)

I'm going to post, as soon as possible.

By the way,
Quote:

"while put in practice english "
How weird did it sound ?

Uriel 10th October 2010 11:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Angelo (Post 92680)
Thanks! ;D You do very well to be at a pre-intermediate level :thumbs-up: (I've been reading several post before)

("I want to help with spanish, while putting my English in practice"
Is different of "putting in some English practice"?)

I'm going to post, as soon as possible.

By the way,

How weird did it sound ?

They all mean roughly the same thing. Your phrasing sounded a little odd to my ears, which is why I suggested some more natural-sounding alternatives.

Thanks for the correction -- I never noticed that distinction between plural and singular!

Jemal 2nd November 2010 05:47 AM

Hola Angelo. Me llamo es Jemal. Mi espanol necesito ayuda. I'm sure that I'll be able to help you if your willing to assist me el espanol. I'm currently reading and studying libros y periodicos y lecciones desde Ben y Marina. I get to hablo muy pocito con others. You can probably tell that I'm remembering palabras o short phases most. That's todo por ahora. I'll check back with you soon. Fell freeeee to make any corrections to my message. Muchas Gracias!

Jemal 2nd November 2010 05:51 AM

Will someone share with me what Novato is? And it was actually 11:47 PM when that my last message was posted.

Fabrica de Idiomas 2nd November 2010 11:45 AM

Hola Jamal!
Me llamo Daria, soy polaca pero desde hace casi 4 años vivo en Córdoba, España.
Well, "novato" means that you are new in something. For example we can say that you are a "novato" in Spanish.

Wilf 2nd November 2010 10:55 PM

Novato means newbie, novice. Not too hard to guess! ;)

Jemal 7th November 2010 02:44 AM

Muchas Gracias! Eso ayuda mucho.

Jemal 7th November 2010 02:47 AM

Thank You for the education. I'm a little slower than most, but thanks all the same.


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