Costa Rica #3

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Another article about costa rica, woohoo. btw,theres two more to come.
i need it edited, some corrections would be greatly appreciated.!!. =)

again with my translations,
---| horse drawn carriage''?
---| oxcarts''?
---| hand carved boats''?
---| folkloric dances''?
once again, its completely made up, so if a native has some suggestions about the content itself!!! that would also help me a lot.
internet tour guides only get me so far. thanks again!!

Mi próximo lugar para visitar fue la Peublo Antiguo de San Jose. Este sitio histórico tiene muchos atracciones sobre Costa RIca de la historia y la cultura. En el Pueblo Antiguo yo entendía la cultura y las aduanas de Costa Rica en 1880-1930. En el teatro, yo miré una demostració sobre de las personas de Costa Rica. La gente tuvieron carretas de bueyes, los caballos, el ganado y los barcos. Almorcé en un restaurante que sirve comida tradicional de Costa Rica. Yo comí un plato de Picadillo de Papas y Tres Leches para desierto. Después de almuerzo, yo fui a un recorrido de la Peublo Antiguo. Escuché música folklórica tradicional y monté en caballo coche dibujado. También, yo compró un recuerdo a la tienda de Peublo Antiquo. Me gustó la Peublo Antiguo porque aprendí mucho sobre de la historia de Costa Rica, la aduana, y la cultura.También, me gustó el Peublo Antiguo poque había mucho atracciones y las personas son agradables.

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updated JUL 26, 2009
posted by Brianna-Young

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sorry, im attempting. first year of taking spanish, so sorry if my verb tenses are a little jumbled. still trying to figure them out. i appreciate all of the help from the sr.members, as i am working on fixing all my errors. ((ie. my brain relapsing everything i learned last year about verb tenses)) no new posts for me.

ohh. and sorry if my translations are a little wacky. im getting them from this site. . . .

updated JUL 26, 2009
posted by Brianna-Young
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As long as this does not change, I will not allow these threads. [/color]

Phew! What a mean old lady! Leave her be. ** I'm** learning through her mistakes.

http://www.babylon.com/definition/hand-carved/Spanish

Brianna,
Join me in the corner and we'll work on #4.

updated JUL 26, 2009
posted by 0074b507
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Another article about costa rica, woohoo. btw,theres two more to come.

i need it edited, some corrections would be greatly appreciated.!!. =)

again with my translations,

---| horse drawn carriage''?

---| oxcarts''?

---| hand carved boats''?

---| folkloric dances''?

once again, its completely made up, so if a native has some suggestions about the content itself!!! that would also help me a lot.

internet tour guides only get me so far. thanks again!!

Mi próximo lugar para visitar fue la Pueblo Antiguo de San Jose. Este sitio histórico tiene muchas atracciones sobre la historia y la cultura de Costa Rica.. En el Pueblo Antiguo yo entendía la cultura y los [del]aduanas [/del]** costumbres** de Costa Rica en [durante] 1880-1930. En el teatro, [del]yo[/del] miré una [del]demostración[/del] expuesta sobre [del]de[/del] las personas de Costa Rica. La gente tuvieron carretas de bueyes, los caballos, el ganado y los barcos. Almorcé en un restaurante que sirve comida tradicional de Costa Rica. [del]Yo[/del] comí un plato de Picadillo de Papas y Tres Leches para [del]desierto[/del] postre. Después del almuerzo, [del]yo[/del] fui a un recorrido de la Pueblo Antiguo. Escuché música folklórica tradicional y monté en caballo coche [del]dibujado[/del]. También, [del]yo[/del] compré un recuerdo a la tienda de Pueblo Antiquo. Me gustó la Pueblo Antiguo porque aprendí mucho sobre [del]de[/del] la historia de Costa Rica, los costumbres, y la cultura.También, me gustó el Pueblo Antiguo porque había muchas atracciones y las personas son [eran] agradables.

your are still having verb tense problems (your English)
Also, I liked the Old Village because there were many attractions and the people [del]are[/del] were nice.

aduana=customs (where you pay duties)
costumbres=customs

dubujos are drawings (not a horse drawn carriage) I saw this recently, let me find the proper word.
according to Pablo's blog- drawn in this context is tirado.
un coche (carruaje=carriage) tirado por caballos

demonstración is demonstration in the context of a demonstration of loyalty.

desierto is desert; not dessert

Again, not a native. I can only help you with the basics (spelling, etc.). Wait for a native.

updated JUL 26, 2009
posted by 0074b507
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Brianna, you were already told by Quentin that you should check your tenses. If you do that you will get more help.

la gente is singular, **las **costumbres, Quentin, dunce corner!!! mad

Oh, and Lazarus , who helped you the other day if I am not mistaken, must have said a million times by now DON'T use subject pronoun.

I am leaving this thread for Quentin's sake as he bothered to correct part of it.

**Brianna, this is a learning site. You are not taking any notice of the corrections. As long as this does not change, I will not allow these threads. **

updated JUL 26, 2009
posted by 00494d19