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Old 10th January 2009, 07:30 PM   #1
Wildefish
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Default Saying "Not" informally in Spanish

Hi

Could someone help me with this, I suspect part of the problem is that what I want to say is an incomplete phrase in English...anyway how would you say the following in Spanish:

I am so jealous (about Sydney, not the Tennis)!

A) estoy tan celosa (sobre sydney ni el tenis)
B) estoy tan celosa (sobre sydney no el tenis)
C) estoy tan celosa (sobre no el tenis sino sydney)

B) sounds wrong to me and C) feels like a roundabout way so leaning towards A...

Thanks
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