Get the pink sheet
Get the pink card (coge la cartulina rosa)
Get the pink sheet (coge el papel rosa)
I am not sure of the exact meaning of "card" and "sheet" and I would like to know it.
Get the pink sheet of paper. (one particular piece of paper)
Get the pink paper. (possibly one piece of paper or a pile of paper)
construction paper - multi-colored paper used in children's projects that's a little thicker than paper
Get me the pink construction paper. (because I'm doing an art project)
card - heavy weight paper usually smaller than a 8 1/2 x 11, tarjeta, carta, cartulina
Get me the pink card. (a specific small thick piece of paper or a pink birthday card or a pink credit card)
We have time cards at work to punch in a time clock. (small green cards made of thick paper)
If I wanted something printed on cartulina, I'd say: Print that on the thick paper/heavyweight paper/card stock. I wouldn't just say: Print it on card.
I have a credit card and an insurance card in my wallet.
I like to play cards. I got a lot of Christmas cards.
cartulina: construction paper
Get lo interpretaría como: coge, pero de un sitio algo lejano.
take the pink paper...debería ser sheet of paper, pero yo digo paper y en paz
we use "pink slip" in two ways:
- getting laid off job - "he was given a pink slip today at work"
- the title for a vehicle - "the pink slip was signed over to me."