1 Vote

me alegro mucho amiquita

  • Changed the title of this thread. The title should have some meaning. - CalvoViejo Jan 24, 2010 flag
  • Thank you... - maminnis Jan 24, 2010 flag

2 Answers

1 Vote

I am very glad, girlfriend.

  • You're on the ball today Jeezzle!! - Nicole-B Jan 24, 2010 flag
0 Vote

I think amiquita should be spelled with a "g" instead of a "q".
"me algro mucho, amiguita" is probably an attempt to say "I'm very glad, little friend", but the diminuitve of amiga doesn't work. It sounds like "mistress".

Answer this Question