lugares

17:34 Feb 28, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature
Spanish term or phrase: lugares
a que lugares ibas a menudo?
kasey


Summary of answers provided
na +1PLACES
Fuad Yahya
naplaces
silviaa
naWhich places did you usually go to?
Katrina Edbrooke
nawhere did you used to go
Daniel Marquez
naplaces
Claudia Berison


  

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10 mins
places


Explanation:
What places did you use to visit? Good luck!!!

Claudia Berison
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Native speaker of: Spanish
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2 hrs
where did you used to go


Explanation:
Translation for "lugares" would be "places", but the thought seems to flow alittle better in my example. Cheers! Daniel


Daniel Marquez
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16 hrs
Which places did you usually go to?


Explanation:
'lugares' means 'places'
'a menudo' means often
'ibas' is the past imperfect of 'ir'and so suggests frequency
Which places were you going to frequently?
Which places did you go to habitually/ regularly/often/ a lot.
'Where did you usually go?' or as I said before'Which places did you usually go to?'
Hope this helps



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Katrina Edbrooke

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1 day 5 hrs peer agreement (net): +1
PLACES


Explanation:
Which places did you frequent?

or

Where did you go often?


Fuad

Fuad Yahya
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agree  Fabio Descalzi
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7 days
places


Explanation:
podría ser: which places did you use to go to?

silviaa
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