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podemos ir a tomar un cafe?

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"podemos ir a tomar un cafe"

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updated NOV 29, 2009
edited by Eddy
posted by nelsito22

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Ben, amar means love not heart corazón means heart and you are trying to translate an english expression into spanish and they probably have a different expession to mean the same thing.

updated NOV 29, 2009
posted by kenwilliams
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Podemos ir a tomar un cafe? if this is a question as the title suggests and it means "can we go for a coffee?" well for a start the verb ir should be congugated and I think podemos is not required you would just say: ¿Vamos a tomar un café?

I don't think that the sentences are equivalent in all contexts.

The podemos ir could be referring to : Do we have time to grab a cup of coffee? or Is there a coffee house nearby? where you are emphasizing the "are we able to".

updated NOV 29, 2009
posted by 0074b507
Thanks Q point taken. - kenwilliams, NOV 29, 2009
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¿Porque aprendemos, si no para amar¿ Quizás pues podemos apréndaselo by heart.

updated NOV 29, 2009
posted by ben-matthews
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Gracias. Sí, quiero un cortado y dos medialunas. Usted va a pagar?

updated NOV 29, 2009
posted by 00f2b5a1
medialuna-very descriptive word. Thanks for sharing. - 0074b507, NOV 29, 2009
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Podemos ir a tomar un cafe? if this is a question as the title suggests and it means "can we go for a coffee?" well for a start the verb ir should be congugated and I think podemos is not required you would just say: ¿Vamos a tomar un café? let's go for a cofee and if you leave out the question marks you are saying, we are going to have a coffee, in spanish statements can be the same as questions you just alter your voice innotation.

updated NOV 29, 2009
posted by kenwilliams
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Roughly: "We can go get a cup of coffee."

I guess he will get two straws. :-D

updated NOV 29, 2009
posted by webdunce
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You need to fill out the rest of your profile information so that we can know where to pick you up. Also, I don't drink café so do you mind if I have té instead?

updated NOV 29, 2009
posted by 0074b507
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¡Sí gracias, me gustaría! smile

updated NOV 29, 2009
posted by cheeseisyummy
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People can help you better if you use correct spelling and ask a question in your post

updated NOV 29, 2009
posted by nizhoni1
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