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Thank you for the beautiful time together. I love you.

Spanish translation: Gracias por el maravilloso tiempo que pasamos juntos. Te quiero.

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02:47 Jul 27, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Thank you for the beautiful time together. I love you.
A friend took me out to the beach. It was a beautiful day and he told me he loved me. We kid around, trying to write to each other in Spanish. I thought I would thank him in Spanish and tell him that I love him as well.
Christine Kidrick
Spanish translation:Gracias por el maravilloso tiempo que pasamos juntos. Te quiero.
Explanation:
"Beautiful" in Spanish is "hermoso", but nobody says "hermoso tiempo"; instead we say "maravilloso tiempo" ("wonderful time").
"I love you" can be said in two different ways: "Te amo" (very poetic but not used much, and "Te quiero" (much more used).
I am a Spanish native speaker with some experience in love letters. :)
Good luck with your romance.
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Alfonso Campos Folgado
Spain
Local time: 16:07
Grading comment
Gracias, Alfonso. You have been so very helpful. Hehehe...my friend is special, and he will be busy for a while trying to figure out what you have helped me to say. A million thanks,

Cristina (christine kidrick)
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naGracias por el maravilloso tiempo que pasamos juntos. Te quiero.Alfonso Campos Folgado


  

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Gracias por el maravilloso tiempo que pasamos juntos. Te quiero.


Explanation:
"Beautiful" in Spanish is "hermoso", but nobody says "hermoso tiempo"; instead we say "maravilloso tiempo" ("wonderful time").
"I love you" can be said in two different ways: "Te amo" (very poetic but not used much, and "Te quiero" (much more used).
I am a Spanish native speaker with some experience in love letters. :)
Good luck with your romance.

Alfonso Campos Folgado
Spain
Local time: 16:07
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 11
Grading comment
Gracias, Alfonso. You have been so very helpful. Hehehe...my friend is special, and he will be busy for a while trying to figure out what you have helped me to say. A million thanks,

Cristina (christine kidrick)
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