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21:14 Dec 6, 2003
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO] / Romance linguistics
English term or phrase:He is looking at as.
Hope this isn't a dumb question. I was wondering How you would say this in Spanish?
In Catalan it is Esta mirant-nos and a machine translation gives me Esta mirando-nos for Spanish, but I'm naot at all sure.
Thank you for releasing my question regarding the Russian Cossacks. It was not intended as entertainment even though there are many academics who don't like Arnold Toynbee's style of history. But he really is a respectable historian who was the first person in the world to put history on a monumental basis. He was follwed closely by the German mathematician Oswald Spengler in the 1930's.
I have been on other translation sites where people ask such mundane questions as how do you say "I love you", "Merry Christmas" , "Happy Birthday" or "Might makes right" in Irish? What's Irish for "nerd" or "videogame"? I want to spare KUDOZ translators such mind-numbing questions which I'm sure they get all the time. Also you don't need to ask a human translator for this kind of information.
I will try not to dwell too much on one topic. I realize translators will soon get tired of that.
If you have any further questions or comments please feel free to say so on this site as I go along. If there is a serious problem with translating a question by all means let me know but I avoid anything that is vile and try not to ask for translations of words and terminology that probably do not exist in the language.
Seattle, Wa. 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer