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I can't count on you to open this last bottle of Gatorade, can I?

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Questions about "count on you" (literal here?) and "last bottle". No puedo contar en tí para abrir esta botella final de Gatorade, (can I....??? puedo?????)

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updated MAR 28, 2010
posted by jeezzle

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maybe "depend on" would be more easy to translate than "count on"?

updated MAR 28, 2010
edited by jever
posted by jever
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Hola, Jeezle - "contar contigo" - to count on you..."última botella' - last bottle.

I remember "contar con" flying by me somewhere in the Phrasebook...

"can I" here would just be the equivalent of "right"? - "verdad?" or "no?"

updated MAR 28, 2010
edited by mountaingirl123
posted by mountaingirl123
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I think that is another "phrase or idiom" for you Jeezzle...meaning "count on you". You are already the rock star of the new phrasebook! LOL

I wonder if or how it translates into Spanish.

updated MAR 28, 2010
posted by Nicole-B
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