Can anyone help with my spanish coursework!?! I'm rubbish at languages, really very rubbish. But i chose Spanish because I'm slightly better at it then French.
Basically I need to write a minimum of 80 words about what I did on holiday last summer. (travelling, accomodation, weather, activities etc). If any of you LOVELY, KIND, GENEROUS people can give me any useful phrases then I would be soooo grateful. Take pity!
Ta very much, .
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- Thread Starter
- 15-07-2004 22:49
- 16-07-2004 00:46
I'll try and help if I can... plan your story!
One good phrase is Lo pase' (e accent) bomba meaning I had a great time. Oh and there's llovi'a a ca'ntaros which mean it was raining cats and dogs!
*edit* El vuelo teni'a un retraso = the flight was delayed... try to use a pluperfect like "me di cuenta que habi'a perdido mi monedero" ("I realised that I had lost my wallet") but only if you understand it! And a subjunctive if you've learned that.
- 16-07-2004 01:00
A little rusty, my bro helped with it
Copped con 18 muchachas en una noche - Copped with 18 girls in one night
Hice buenos amigos con alcohol - I became good friends with Alcohol
La camarera en mi hotel tenía pechos grandes - The waitress at my hotel had big breasts
- 16-07-2004 01:01
lol, "copped" = "copped"?!
- 16-07-2004 01:06
Heh, I used babelfish for what i didnt know (most of it). I dont know spanish really, just messing around, sorry.
- 17-07-2004 15:32
Just remember to put in all tenses, if your lookingfor top marks include things like idioms (Something that doesnt translate literally) in for example.
Me de la Lata: It gets on My Nerves
Que Suerte: How Lucky
Los Pasa Muy Bien: I had a Good time
I have a note book of these somewhere, there also easy to find on the internet.
P>S Most Exam Boards like a Subordinate Clause in there somewhere so remember that