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How do you say, in Spanish: You're my friend. I don't want you to be involved in any trouble here in the Philippines because you are a foreign student here in the Philippines.

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updated JUN 16, 2010
edited by webdunce
posted by andreaalves
Hi Andrea, I have corrected your post for you. I am curious, though, what is your main language? English? or some other language? Cheers. And, welcome to the forum.

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This may not be the best translation, but it should get the point across...

Tú eres mi amigo. No quiero que te halles en problemas aquí en Las Filipinas porque eres un estudiante extranjero aquí en Las Filipinas.

If your friend is a woman, then call her amiga. If your friend is a man, then call him amigo.

updated JUN 16, 2010
edited by webdunce
posted by webdunce
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Andrea, you have been asked twice to use proper capitalization, spelling, and punctuation in your posts. Please edit your question.

updated JUN 16, 2010
posted by --Mariana--