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Sometimes I realize how European Spanish can be sometimes.

Like dulce is “sweet” and los dulces is what I (someone from the U.S.) would translate as “candy / candies”. But literally it’s “sweets”, which is more common for the UK.

Hi! How do you express that you look forward to something in Spanish? like "I look forward to seeing you" and so on..
sleepybatch

spanishboone:

I did one a while ago. http://spanishboone.tumblr.com/post/81365940967/to-look-forward-to

hoppaipolla reblogged this from you and added:

I would say: No veo la hora verte

bucoco said: An idiomatic expression: Ardo en deseos de verte.

youcancallmekels replied to your post

spanishskulduggery:

I feel like someone did a thing on this before, though I don’t remember who or where.

But I feel like the basic one would be esperar which is “to hope” or “to wait”

Like espero vernos “I’m waiting / hoping to meet up soon”.

You can also use subjunctive; espero que podamos vernos “I hope we’ll be able to meet up”

Something like that.

Any suggestions, guys?

"Tengo ganas de verte." Siempre lo decimos.

dietcokeporfavor said: OMG easel.ly has tons of templates you can edit, I love it sooo much, super easy to use

I’m not gonna lie.

This is kind of a game changer for me.

wetmattos replied to your post:
Depending on how complex you want them, I can do them for ya - I need to keep studying spanish anyway, and I’m fluent in both english and intermediate digital art :3

As lovely as it would be to have someone do my work for me, I would feel so guilty if I were ever outsourcing my work. I’m so flattered and grateful, but I would feel like the biggest jerk in the world

Once you start being able to make up verbs (that you could conjugate if you needed to) in your target language is when you start to feel truly powerful.

I feel like my blog would be at least 40% more successful if I knew how to do infographics. But honestly, I’m barely aware of how to work Paint.

¿Cómo artear? Simplemente no sabemos.

I don’t have a fever anymore, but I have the cough of an old crone who would demand your first child.

breathtakingdestinations:

Sort - Lleida - Spain (von . SantiMB .)

breathtakingdestinations:

Sort - Lleida - Spain (von . SantiMB .)

flashcardsfaciles:

The Statue Buenos Aires, Argentina

flashcardsfaciles:

The Statue
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Hi! How do you express that you look forward to something in Spanish? like "I look forward to seeing you" and so on..
sleepybatch

I feel like someone did a thing on this before, though I don’t remember who or where.

But I feel like the basic one would be esperar which is “to hope” or “to wait”

Like espero vernos “I’m waiting / hoping to meet up soon”.

You can also use subjunctive; espero que podamos vernos “I hope we’ll be able to meet up”

Something like that.

Any suggestions, guys?