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would u translate this dialogue into English?


MUJER: ¿Tendría usted algún problema en regresar a la habitación que ahora ocupa el domingo antes de las doce de la mañana? HOMBRE: - Por supuesto que no. Ni siquiera contábamos con que en estas fechas tuvieran ustedes habitaciones, así que… ¡todo perfecto!

updated OCT 26, 2009
posted by geantgene
Please note that it is mandatory on this forum to use correct spelling, grammar, and capitalization in your posts. - Zoltán, OCT 25, 2009

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woman-"Do you have a problem staying in the same room"................................... man " Of course not. We realize it is a miracle you have available rooms-cool."........................... This translation thing is so easy once you stop thinking in your natural language. Of course scientific papers and legal documents are another thing..........................

Good night ladies, farewell gentlemen. Buenas noches damas y caballeros.

updated OCT 26, 2009
edited by 00769608
posted by 00769608
Gus - Your text formatting is not working out. Try this next time. At the end of each line, press the "enter" key twice ("Enter" x 2). That will force a new line and you won't have to use those annoying ........................................periods. - Moe, OCT 26, 2009
Thank you Moe will do. - 00769608, OCT 26, 2009

¡Hola!, Geantgene:

Well I looked over your profile page and the questiopns you have previously asked. It looks like you have been a member for 10 days or 2 weeks at least. So, it's time to get up to date on our learning community practices and habits. When you ask for a translation, the standard or norm is that you tell in your question entry what you already know and try to identify any specific area that is causing you a problem.

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updated OCT 25, 2009
posted by Moe

You will have to try first, then we jump in to help you.

updated OCT 25, 2009
posted by Zoltán
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