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Impressions of the US. Please translate

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How would you translate:

"What things do you miss the most from Colombia?" "How did people treat you when you first came to the United States?" "How has your impression of the US changed after being here longer?"

Using the usted form how would you translate these to spanish?? Please help! smile

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updated ENE 18, 2010
edited by CalvoViejo
posted by KaratePrincess
Changed title of this thread, to avoid have a bizillion questions titled "please translate". - CalvoViejo, ENE 18, 2010

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Since I'm bored at the moment, I'll translate. But after this, you'll have to do your own homework - it's the best way to learn.

You’re too kind, 280ezrider…but just some missed punctuation I noticed:

  • Shouldn’t usted be capitalized = Ud?
  • Cuales as interrogative should have accent – Cuáles?
  • extraña should agree with the subject = las cosas que se extrañan?
  • llego is 3rd person preterite = llegó?
  • Cambiabo = cambiado?
updated ENE 18, 2010
posted by bdclark0423
My lame excuse = it's late and we sometimes get sloppy. You're right about the punctuation & spelling. "Extraña" is conjugated to "Ud," not to "las cosas." Sometimes we put the subject after the verb, as in this case. - 005faa61, ENE 18, 2010
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¿Cuáles son las cosas que más extraña de Colombia?¿Cómo lo/la trataron las personas cuando llegó por primera vez a los Estados Unidos? ¿Cómo han cambiado sus impresiones después de llevar un tiempo más largo en los Estados Unidos?

updated ENE 18, 2010
posted by limacopu
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Since I'm bored at the moment, I'll translate. But after this, you'll have to do your own homework - it's the best way to learn.

¿Cuales son las cosas que más extraña ud. de Colombia?

¿Cómo le trató la gente de aquí cuando ud. llego por primera vez a Los Estados Unidos?

¿Ha cambiabo su impresión de Los Estados Unidos después de una estancia aquí?

updated ENE 18, 2010
posted by 005faa61
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impresión de América

updated ENE 18, 2010
posted by qingkui
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