HomeQ&AIdiom "Pescado en la carta"??

Idiom "Pescado en la carta"??


Can you please translate:

Ojalá que hubiera pescado en la carta

Fish in a letter seems odd Thanks

updated AGO 8, 2013
edited by Gekkosan
posted by ecorey

1 Answer


"I wish they had fish in on the menu".

Carta may mean letter, playing card, or menu.

updated AGO 8, 2013
edited by Gekkosan
posted by Gekkosan
more often said as....I wish that they had fish "on" the menu, but I suppose it depends on whether you are taliking about the paper menu or just the bill of fare. - 0074b507, JUL 17, 2010
In my opinion, Quentin, 'on' would be preferable in either case. - samdie, JUL 17, 2010
Hah-hah-hah! You guys are too nice! "In" is plainly wrong in this case! I'm so glad you spotted it before Heidita did! I reckon that between this and my misuse of "lay", it is my turn, at last, at the Dunce Corner!! - Gekkosan, JUL 17, 2010
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