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Category: Vocabulary/Translations

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A message in Sindhi
What is "I can't live without you...I want you back " in Sindhi?

Language pair: Sindhi; English
Salini Mahapatra
June 14, 2019

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Re:Re:Hello everybody!
Hi Kate, I am Lizzy I really which you can assist me with my English accent....
Thank you, you can check my profile to connect.


Language pair: English; 
Lizzy Lustre
May 27, 2019

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Latest: May 27, 2019
Re:Question about using the subjunctive in Spanish
I'm by no means an expert but in the Romance languages, the subjunctive is triggered by the word "que." In Spanish I believe "quien" is also an trigger word for the subjunctive. Keep in mind the trigger word and showing uncertainty when you need to use the subjunctive. The sentence us used has both those conditions.

Language pair: Spanish; 
Jean-Eider Pierre-Louis
May 27, 2019

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Latest: May 27, 2019
Re:Question about using the subjunctive in Spanish
necesitas saber porque utilizo la palabra "llamo"


Language pair: Spanish; 
Cristobal
May 18, 2019

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Latest: May 27, 2019
tnego un grupo de whatsapp para practicar español e ingles
hola chicos si alguien quiere practicar español e ingles , puede unirse a este grupo de practica

Language pair: English; Spanish
Cristobal
May 18, 2019

# Msgs: 1

Re:Question about using the subjunctive in Spanish
Hi! Well, I just speak it since I'm a native! In this case it's not about a desire but a possibility! That person was not sure AT ALL if the other person could help but there was a posibility, if you use PUDO you refer, in this case, to something certain, but it is not! Needed to call someone who could help, maybe yes, maybe no! PUDO is like you are CERTAIN that person will be helpful! Hope I made myself understood! Remember I refer to THIS CONTEXT!

Language pair: Spanish; Korean
Mariuxi Salazar
May 16, 2019

# Msgs: 4
Latest: May 27, 2019
Korean Translation please
Can someone who speaks Korean tell me what this might mean in various contexts :

오빠 저 좀 뒤쪽으로 빼주세요 플리즈

Google translate is not very clear. Is it like asking an ex to re-join a relationship? Or something else?

Language pair: English; Korean
Ben Will
May 13, 2019

# Msgs: 1

Re:Meaning of the name “iana”
Hello! I had been living in Israel for 20 years and my kids were born there. Iana is not Hebrew name. The name has slovenic root and came to Hebrew language with as a popular name with immigrants from Eastern Europe (USSR, Poland, Czechoslovakia, etc.) On Hebrew this name could be written as "יאנה".So, I don't think that the information you got from that site is true.

Language pair: Cebuano (Bisaya); Hebrew
Strelok Dnevnoi
May 5, 2019

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Latest: May 5, 2019
Re:Hello everybody!
Bonjour! Je parle English and I want to learn French. Message me and we can learn together!

Language pair: English; French
Cheyenne
May 5, 2019

# Msgs: 5
Latest: May 27, 2019
Question about using the subjunctive in Spanish
In this example why is the subjunctive used "Llamo (past tense with the accent on the o) a un amigo que pudiera/pudiese ayudarla". It is my understanding that you need a trigger word or phrase to use the subjunctive. Usually something that refers to emotions/desires etc. In this case I don't see that. Why wouldn't you just use "Llamo a un amigo que puso ayudarla"? Or does using the subjunctive change the meaning in this case. I am confused about his one? Please help.

Language pair: Spanish; 
David Coverdale
May 2, 2019

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