"I can't even think that fast" how can i say that in spanish??
You know how hispanohablantes speak so fast that it's pretty hard to understand? I ****can't even think that fast**. I want to mean that in spanish but somehow i can't. i wish somebody would help me out with that.
De nada puedo pensar tan rápido o
Ni siquiera puedo pensar tan rápido o
De ningun modo puedo pensar tan rápido o
De ninguna manera puedo pensar tan rápido o
I'm afraid there's no one definitive answer but perhaps this link will help? Even
even1 /'i:v?n/ adverbio hasta, incluso
(with neg): he can't ~ sew a button on no sabe ni pegar un botón;
you're not ~ trying ni siquiera lo estás intentando
(with comparative) aún, todavía
(in phrases) even if aunque (+ subj);
even so aun así;
even though aun cuando, a pesar de que
(flat, smooth) ground/surface plano;
coat of paint uniforme
(regular, uniform) color/lighting uniforme, parejo (AmL);
(equal) distribution equitativo;
to break ~ recuperar los gastos;
to get ~ desquitarse;
I'll get ~ with her me las pagará
(divisible by two) number par
even3 verbo transitivo
(level) surface allanar, nivelar
(make equal) score igualar;
Hello Gulfem, This is what I do. Practice saying the words The flashcards here are the ones I use. I think if your learn to say the word the right way, then you can hear it.. Also I write out the flashcards. I feel if you write them it makes it easyer to remember. I hope it helps you.
I don't think Spanish really uses the "even" style of speaking like we do. I think they are more likely to just state the fact: I can't think that fast.
But, it is possible to get that idea across...
Jorge Viento already gave the answer...
Ni siquiera puedo pensar tan rápido
Ni siquiera = not even (more or less)
Thanks for the fast replies
I don't know how to use "even" also how it is translated to spanish. Still, i'll try to check those flashcards. Thanks for the advice..