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    (Original post by ipoop)
    No, you mean "Afin que"

    It's AFIN que*

    I've always said "De nada"
    I'm sure it's De nada :fuhrer:
    Me too, i've always been taught 'you're welcome' is De Nada :confused:
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    ^is discussing a language I don't know >_<
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    (Original post by ranbow99)
    Me too, i've always been taught 'you're welcome' is De Nada :confused:
    I even Googled it, I don't know what Spanish he's learning... Que nada would be "what nothing" :erm:
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    (Original post by ipoop)
    I even Googled it, I don't know what Spanish he's learning... Que nada would be "what nothing" :erm:
    My Spanish teacher is really clever! Leave her alone! :cry2:

    It's what I've always learnt, it just means, no problem!
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    (Original post by ipoop)
    I even Googled it, I don't know what Spanish he's learning... Que nada would be "what nothing" :erm:

    (Original post by boumavilla)
    My Spanish teacher is really clever! Leave her alone! :cry2:

    It's what I've always learnt, it just means, no problem!
    I've never heard it before, but if your Spanish teacher says it then must be right :dontknow:

    But you can say de nada too, it's a really common expression
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    (Original post by boumavilla)
    My Spanish teacher is really clever! Leave her alone! :cry2:

    It's what I've always learnt, it just means, no problem!
    "No hay problemo" or some shiz like that "De nada" is you're welcome or "it was nothing" :holmes: I'm sure ranbow would back me up on this :beard:
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    (Original post by boumavilla)
    My Spanish teacher is really clever! Leave her alone! :cry2:

    It's what I've always learnt, it just means, no problem!
    What country is your Spanish teacher from? :holmes: I imagine such differences may exist between Latin American nations and Spain.
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    ^ Quite a few differences exist :yep:
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    (Original post by ipoop)
    "No hay problemo" or some shiz like that "De nada" is you're welcome or "it was nothing" :holmes: I'm sure ranbow would back me up on this :beard:
    True, but I dunno, sometimes stuff doesn't translate literally into English :mmm: I'm just gunna stick with De nada before I confuse myself :mmm:
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    Invisible quoting rocks :ahee:

    :ninja:
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    What was that poopster?
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    (Original post by ipoop)
    Invisible quoting rocks :ahee:

    :ninja:
    How did you do that?! :hmmm:

    It said you quoted me but nothing came up...hurts :puppyeyes:
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    How did I do what? :innocent:

    What was what? :ninja:

    What are you two talking about? :ahee: Crazy people, this thread is full of them :mmm:
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    I can do the same as you breh :mmm: Plus I can do some things you can't do :pierre:
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    (Original post by The Epicurean)
    I can do the same as you breh :mmm: Plus I can do some things you can't do :pierre:
    Orly? Do it then :sly:

    And what else can you do?

    :sexface:
    :hubba:
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    (Original post by The Epicurean)
    What country is your Spanish teacher from? :holmes: I imagine such differences may exist between Latin American nations and Spain.
    She's very English, in fact! :mmm:

    (Original post by ranbow99)
    I've never heard it before, but if your Spanish teacher says it then must be right :dontknow:

    But you can say de nada too, it's a really common expression
    I shall bear that in mind for the future. :sexface:
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    (Original post by ipoop)
    Invisible quoting rocks :ahee:

    :ninja:
    Don't do that to me... :unimpressed:
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    Oh no, Bouma has also caught the crazy :sad:
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    (Original post by ipoop)
    How did I do what? :innocent:

    What was what? :ninja:

    What are you two talking about? :ahee: Crazy people, this thread is full of them :mmm:
    Not fair, I want to know how :sad:

    You're crazy too :hmmm:
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