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Re: The Spanish Club ~ All levels welcome!

Postby Lokisaurus » Tue Nov 21, 2017 9:12 am

Jinchuuriki wrote:
Kiyomice wrote:¿Cómo están todos hoy? (:

Mad, as in crazy, really crazy, how about you? xD

Loco, como en chalado, muy chalado, ¿y tu? xD

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Kiyomice wrote:¿Cómo están todos hoy? (:


bueno, pero todos mis notas son A’s salvo mi nota de matematicas (es 63 :silent:). mi maestro prometido la nota será arreglado hoy. No es... :/ no me gusta mi maestro de todos modos


By "bueno" you mean good, or ok right? In spanish that would be "Bien". Bien can be translated as ok, or for homework for example, correct. Also good in "Im good". Bueno... you can be bueno too, but it means good, as in not evil, or good as in a tasty food xD

(I think a 63 (6.3 in Spain xD) is good, at least for me, I suck at it xD)

"Prometido", "será arreglado hoy", "No es".
I think you mean "promised", "would be fixed today", and "it wasnt".
If you say "prometido" you must add "había", "había prometido" that would translate as "had promised". ("prometido" can be used too but only as an answer to a promise, kinda like "promise to come back tomorrow? Promise". That kind of thing.)

"Será arreglado hoy" translated means "will be repaired/fixed today". Here you are using future, right. But if as I suspect, you meant to say "would be" instead of "will" then you need to use the form "sería". "Sería arreglado hoy" means "would be repaired/fixed today." We can understand "arreglado" as in your teacher correcting the score in the exam, but the correct word would be "correjido" from the verb "correjir" ("correct") so it would end as "Sería correjido hoy" to be 100% correct.

"No es" as in "it wasnt". It means "it isnt" so you need to put it in past form, and the verb would be "estar", so it would be "no estaba" or "no estaba arreglado" so the reader doesnt get lost. "Es" is to be as in "I am Jin", while "estaba" comes from "estar" that is to be too, but for places, as Im "I am here".

And you dont like your teacher, well, we all have people we cant stand, thats common in life xD

illusion. wrote:Hola, hoy ha sido un poco duro día, tengo hipermovilidad y algunas personas realmente no entienden, que suelen decir "no parece enfermo" y generalmente lo que pasa por mi cabeza es algo como esto, " así que no parezcan estúpidos pero que obviamente están!" a veces me siento tan sola y todo lo que quiero es que alguien entienda

hello today has been a kinda hard day, I have hypermobility and some people really don't understand, they usually tend to say " you don't look sick" and usually what goes through my head is something like this, " well you don't look stupid but you obviously are!" sometimes I just feel so alone and all I want is for someone to understand.


sorry for the rant, I tried really hard with this and any corrections would be much appreciated thank you:)


I have a friend with hypermobility, and she doesnt like it too much xD
I would advice you to not to give a fu... a da... um... to not to worry about that. Me for example, I didnt even know that illness existed until I mety friend, and I am still not sure of what it does, besides the kinda rubbery moves you can pull, but that doesnt means I make fun of you, or that I dont care or that I think you are ok and are trying to trick me. I just dont know what it is, so I cant really have an opinion. I am stupid, so it applies to me, but not to everyone xD

Lets see, corrections. "hoy ha sido un poco duro día" is correct, but the order is wrong, would be "un dia un poco duro". (Noticed that I added another "un" since I moved "día" next to the verb and it wouldnt sound good. In english, I would be saying "a day a kinda hard" more or less, but... spanish works like that xD
(You could also just say "hoy ha sido un poco duro" and omit "día". That would be like saying "today was hard")

"Really dont understand (it)". You are ommiting the "it" here, right? You are doing the same in spanish, but in this case, since there is a verb, you have to add "lo" (that would be the spanish "it" here) to.make sense. It would end like "realmente no lo entienden".

"que suelen decir" here, the "que" must be killed. "suelen decir" is correct, you dont need "que" since you dont want to say "that" on english. Would be different if you wanted to say "they dont understand, that they say..." then yes, you would use "que" but that would be a whole different meaning to what you said, both in english and spanish.

"no parece enfermo" Well, not much to say here, since it is correct. Just maybe the way of it. For example, when you address someone you know, you can say "how have you been (dude)?" because is someone close to you. Or you can say "how have you been (sir)?" because it is someone you respect, or have to show respect to. Example, elders, military, people you dont know too much (a patient for example).
The second one is more polite.
Same happens here. "no parece enfermo" is the polite form, maybe it is a teacher saying it to you, someone you just meet or so. Your mother for example, would say "no pareces enfermo" since she is closer to you, the less polite way. Since I dont know which one you wanted to use, and both are correct, nothing much to add xD

"así que no parezcan estúpidos pero que obviamente están!" Here is what you meant "well you don't look stupid but you obviously are!" so you would have to say it like this:
"bueno (yet another use for bueno, like well xD) tu no pareces estúpido/tonto/whatever-other-insult pero lo eres claramente!/obviamente!
(I corrected a lot already, and still more to correct, so trust me on this one, even if I dont explain why xD)

Lokisaurus wrote:Hola, me llamó Loki. Soy de los Estados Unidos, y mi abuelo era de México, but yo sólo saber un poco español. Mi primer idioma es inglés, pero me encantaría aprender más!

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Hello, my name is Loki. I am from the United States and my grandfather was from Mexico, but I only know a bit of Spanish. My first language is English, but I would love to learn more Spanish!


"Llamó" would be past, as in "he called me". You use "llamo" there. Then "but" would be "pero" and "saber" correct form would be "sé" ("I know")
The rest is correct. But it kinda makes me mad that you say "but" in the first half, then "pero" in the second one. You do know the word then, why use "but"? xD

All the rest is correct.

And Kiyomice, there is, its called internet, but you cant know everything, so you need some time to research after you hear about it. For example, I hear hypermobility, I google it and see what it is, what it does... I will forget 0.2 seconds after, but I understood for a short bit. I am a bad learner, but maybe some people can store some info like that xD


I was typing in on a mobile, and my Droid translates Spanish to English if I don't go through my settings, which I switched once I noticed it.
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Re: The Spanish Club ~ All levels welcome!

Postby illusion. » Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:46 pm

Luxu Rebel wrote:
illusion. wrote:Hola, hoy ha sido un poco duro día, tengo hipermovilidad y algunas personas realmente no entienden, que suelen decir "no parece enfermo" y generalmente lo que pasa por mi cabeza es algo como esto, " así que no parezcan

No way! I was also born with hypermobility syndrome

I used to get teased at school bc as a result i walked very strange (I had extreme intoeing) but now that i can do cool things with my body, people aren’t making fun of me! Plus I’m not an elementary schooler anymore but y’know : P

I also had a surgery to fix my intoeing on one of my feet, and it helped with my walking (i have tibial torsion, all that means is my shinbones/ankles twist inwards) but i can still do cool things!!

oh, and for people who don’t understand, hypermobility syndrome is the exact same thing as being double jointed, it’s just the scientific name (and we’re NOT double jointed! having double joints doesn’t exist, it’s a myth! we can just move super weird!)


but you’re super not alone! hey, out of curiosity, can you make your foot touch your chest and hold it there? or twist it all the way around backwards? I’ve only met one other person who could do it and it was so neat!


hi its nice to hear that I'm not alone, I can make my foot touch my chest but I cant do the other thing. when I'm older I may also have to have surgery on my knee due to the fact that it dislocates around 2-4 times a day. I'm glad that your surgery went well and that it has helped with your walking. I also struggle mentally so some days it gets too much like yesterday, some people commented on my knee brace and my crutches(I have smart crutches which sometimes people think are stupid, I have to use them pretty much everyday unless I'm having a good day.)
and I have always been bullied but some days I just want to crawl into a hole and die. and can I also say thank u for pointing out that double joints are a myth this is so difficult for people to understand. it was really nice to know that I am not alone.
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Re: The Spanish Club ~ All levels welcome!

Postby Jinchuuriki » Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:24 am

illusion. wrote:
Luxu Rebel wrote:
illusion. wrote:Hola, hoy ha sido un poco duro día, tengo hipermovilidad y algunas personas realmente no entienden, que suelen decir "no parece enfermo" y generalmente lo que pasa por mi cabeza es algo como esto, " así que no parezcan

No way! I was also born with hypermobility syndrome

I used to get teased at school bc as a result i walked very strange (I had extreme intoeing) but now that i can do cool things with my body, people aren’t making fun of me! Plus I’m not an elementary schooler anymore but y’know : P

I also had a surgery to fix my intoeing on one of my feet, and it helped with my walking (i have tibial torsion, all that means is my shinbones/ankles twist inwards) but i can still do cool things!!

oh, and for people who don’t understand, hypermobility syndrome is the exact same thing as being double jointed, it’s just the scientific name (and we’re NOT double jointed! having double joints doesn’t exist, it’s a myth! we can just move super weird!)


but you’re super not alone! hey, out of curiosity, can you make your foot touch your chest and hold it there? or twist it all the way around backwards? I’ve only met one other person who could do it and it was so neat!


hi its nice to hear that I'm not alone, I can make my foot touch my chest but I cant do the other thing. when I'm older I may also have to have surgery on my knee due to the fact that it dislocates around 2-4 times a day. I'm glad that your surgery went well and that it has helped with your walking. I also struggle mentally so some days it gets too much like yesterday, some people commented on my knee brace and my crutches(I have smart crutches which sometimes people think are stupid, I have to use them pretty much everyday unless I'm having a good day.)
and I have always been bullied but some days I just want to crawl into a hole and die. and can I also say thank u for pointing out that double joints are a myth this is so difficult for people to understand. it was really nice to know that I am not alone.


If you take into account the amount of people in the world, there is no way that there is someone "alone" (the unique kind, or rare) in the world. There is always at least a perfect match of ourselves, a doppleganger, and also a whole lot of people having it much better and much worse than us. Internet is a great tool to notice it, so it should be easier to continue moving on. "Eh, at least Im not Milhouse" is my way of living xD

And I didnt knew about those smart clutches thing. I dont know, but if you make the end pointy, it might be good for mountain walks and having free hands. I just... would have tried to.come up with a better name than "Smart Clutches". That guy had no imagination at all xD
(Sadly, I dont either xD)
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Re: The Spanish Club ~ All levels welcome!

Postby Luxu Rebel » Wed Nov 22, 2017 4:51 am

illusion. wrote:
Luxu Rebel wrote:
illusion. wrote:Hola, hoy ha sido un poco duro día, tengo hipermovilidad y algunas personas realmente no entienden, que suelen decir "no parece enfermo" y generalmente lo que pasa por mi cabeza es algo como esto, " así que no parezcan

No way! I was also born with hypermobility syndrome

I used to get teased at school bc as a result i walked very strange (I had extreme intoeing) but now that i can do cool things with my body, people aren’t making fun of me! Plus I’m not an elementary schooler anymore but y’know : P

I also had a surgery to fix my intoeing on one of my feet, and it helped with my walking (i have tibial torsion, all that means is my shinbones/ankles twist inwards) but i can still do cool things!!

oh, and for people who don’t understand, hypermobility syndrome is the exact same thing as being double jointed, it’s just the scientific name (and we’re NOT double jointed! having double joints doesn’t exist, it’s a myth! we can just move super weird!)


but you’re super not alone! hey, out of curiosity, can you make your foot touch your chest and hold it there? or twist it all the way around backwards? I’ve only met one other person who could do it and it was so neat!


hi its nice to hear that I'm not alone, I can make my foot touch my chest but I cant do the other thing. when I'm older I may also have to have surgery on my knee due to the fact that it dislocates around 2-4 times a day. I'm glad that your surgery went well and that it has helped with your walking. I also struggle mentally so some days it gets too much like yesterday, some people commented on my knee brace and my crutches(I have smart crutches which sometimes people think are stupid, I have to use them pretty much everyday unless I'm having a good day.)
and I have always been bullied but some days I just want to crawl into a hole and die. and can I also say thank u for pointing out that double joints are a myth this is so difficult for people to understand. it was really nice to know that I am not alone.


Yeah man, whenever I had my surgery they basically put two pins alllll the way through my ankle and put it in this huge neon green ugly cast. I had to walk on crutches too, and I think I understand. I had to walk on the crutches for just a few months and it totally SUCKED, so I can imagine how bad it would be for having to walk on them all the time.

I remember I lived in Colorado, and all the sidewalks were frozen over. The gym at the school was its own building about a quarter of a mile away, and my gym teacher made me hobble back on the icy sidewalks (if i fell, my leg would have definitely broken with those pins in them and I would have been crippled for life)

My dad was actually driving to the school to pick me up, and about 3/4 of the way there he saw me and picked me up. He was SOOOO mad lmao.

Plus this girl wouldn’t stop calling me “crip” and pushing me. I dunno what her deal was.

The fun part was having people ask to use my crutches, and make them super tall for like. swinging contests : D I know I probably wasn’t supposed to let them do that with them, but it was really fun haha

Yup! It gets a little annoying when people ask if I have “”double joints””, although I understand their confusion haha

the cool part was having the doctor remove my cast and take out the pins. They didn’t sedate me or anything, just yanked em out. It didn’t hurt, but it felt really really weird, and it bled a whole lot. If anything, it was a little cool but scary to watch.

And hey, I don’t wanna talk about it too much here, but I also have a few mental issues and it DOES make things a whole lot harder. If you ever wanna talk about it you can PM me, and I hope you recover more over time <3
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Re: The Spanish Club ~ All levels welcome!

Postby Sakura Kyoko » Wed Nov 22, 2017 8:22 am

Ese momento incomodo cuando tienes 2 trabajos finales para mañana y solo vas a poder terminar 1 :^))))))))

Mi grupo de fundamentos de las finanzas es un asco y hacer el trabajo final sola es muerte confirmada :')
Si alguien sabe hacer flujo de caja, pase la voz ;'D <3
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Re: The Spanish Club ~ All levels welcome!

Postby Jinchuuriki » Wed Nov 22, 2017 10:31 am

Sakura Kyoko wrote:
Ese momento incomodo cuando tienes 2 trabajos finales para mañana y solo vas a poder terminar 1 :^))))))))

Mi grupo de fundamentos de las finanzas es un asco y hacer el trabajo final sola es muerte confirmada :')
Si alguien sabe hacer flujo de caja, pase la voz ;'D <3

Claro, el clasico flujo de caja de toda la vida no? Las gallinas que entran por las que van saliendo xD
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Postby nua, » Wed Nov 22, 2017 10:53 am

    ¿Flujo de caja es tipo deber-haber y esas cosas?
    Esta pregunta es sumamente vergonzosa, porque se supone que hice un bachillerato en economía y no recuerdo absolutamente nada sobre términos contables °u°"
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Postby Jinchuuriki » Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:08 pm

[ redamancy ] wrote:
    ¿Flujo de caja es tipo deber-haber y esas cosas?
    Esta pregunta es sumamente vergonzosa, porque se supone que hice un bachillerato en economía y no recuerdo absolutamente nada sobre términos contables °u°"

Manejo de dinero, las gallinas, ver que ganas y que pierdes. En mi pueblo se llama asi al menos xD
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Re: The Spanish Club ~ All levels welcome!

Postby xxkawaiizozoxx » Mon Nov 27, 2017 12:52 am

Hola yo apprendo español en clase
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Re: The Spanish Club ~ All levels welcome!

Postby Jinchuuriki » Mon Nov 27, 2017 1:43 am

xxkawaiizozoxx wrote:Hola yo apprendo español en clase

Welcome then! You can learn some spanish here too, or at least, get some errors corrected xD

Fom your sentence, the only error is "apprendo", that only has one p, "aprendo". The rest is correct
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