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Off topic: What have I just seen? (Latin Spanish)
Thread poster: Javier Herrera
Javier Herrera
Spanish
Nov 12, 2005

Hi all,
I've just seen an ad for Latin Spanish. So this person doesn't want a translation into Greek Spanish or Germanic Spanish.
J.


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Henry Hinds  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 10:15
English to Spanish
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Latin American? Nov 12, 2005

Maybe that's Latin American. Of course, we all know that, very different from the Spanish spoken in Spain but in the Western Hemisphere it's all the same.

Yeah, right!


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hecdan
Local time: 13:15
English to Spanish
of course Latin Spanish! Nov 13, 2005

it goes: America est omnis divisa in partes tres.

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Maria Karra  Identity Verified
United States
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he he Nov 13, 2005

Javier Herrera wrote:

Hi all,
I've just seen an ad for Latin Spanish. So this person doesn't want a translation into Greek Spanish or Germanic Spanish.
J.


Come on, Javier, it's like Latin music Latin dances, Latin beat, Latin translation

Or it could be ...Spanish spoken in ancient Rome!

[Edited at 2005-11-13 22:00]


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Susana Galilea  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 11:15
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livin' la vida... Nov 13, 2005

Maria Karra wrote:
Come on, Javier, it's like Latin music Latin dances, Latin beat, Latin translation


Latin lover, y'all

I am waiting for the verb to be coined: "do you latin"?

S.G.


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Javier Herrera
Spanish
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Latin me... Nov 13, 2005

Susana Galilea wrote:


Latin lover, y'all

I am waiting for the verb to be coined: "do you latin"?

S.G.



Following the skype-me tendency.
And Latin me, to the end of love...
J.


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