what your name?
what your name?
Libby, o Elizabeth.
Juan Chesco? Buenos tardes! Bienvenida! Welcome! We see by your stars, badges and learning points that you are new to Span¡shD!ct.
You have lucked into an incredible learning site that comprises members looking to learn Spanish and some looking to learn or maybe improve their English. Part of why Mac mentioned correct grammar-punctuation-capitalization regardless of which language you choose.
What we don't see is what language you are most comfortable in since your profile says beginner for both Spanish and English!
ông bi?t ... ti?ng Vi?t? sprechen sie deutsch? Parlez-vous français ? It doesn't really matter, I only ask in hopes of understanding where you are coming from.
You have already met Mac, y me llamo Late, por que yo también nuevo aquí. So what is your poison? What would you like to learn?
Hello, and welcome to the forum. Please use correct grammar, punctuation, and capitalization on this forum, as we have learners of English. Are you asking for a translation? We are happy to help you, but because this is a learning site and not a free translation service, we ask that you post your attempt at a translation first. Then we will offer suggestions or corrections. You can use the dictionary at the top of the page, or, if you're really lost, just plug your sentence into one of the free automated translators on the homepage. Good luck. When you've come up with your attempt, you can just edit your original question to add it to this thread. If you are not asking for a translation and are just asking the question, then, me llamo MacFadden, como puedes ver.