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What is this word

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nesicito it was used in this sentence:

"I have much work aqi (here) in the house with my Pope hurts much my nesicito "

I am learning that there are bad spellers in Spanish as there are in any spoken language so I need help as to what this word "nesicito" could possibly mean.

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updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by Richard

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I love to learn so if we are both beginners we can give each other lots of help, I have found a group in a public library near my home here in Portland, I will meet with them so I can also "hear" Spanish as well as practice speaking it.

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by Richard
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You have a better spanish translation then I do and I am learning from you too. thanks

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by Vanessa
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aqi is supppose to also be spelled aquí just wanted to let you know

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by Vanessa
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We will be very glad to help out with more if you wish.

this forum always welcomes new members.

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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you were pretty close James and I figured out the rest with your corrections and assistance and my prior experience with this person I have been able to put all of the pieces of the puzzle together. I am English speaking but my mother and father did not have proper education when they were young so I have experience with poor English, but not with poor Spanish so I will need all the help you can lend me LOL

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by Richard
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Much better! Thanks for thawing my brain freeze on the hombro/espalda thing. Haste does indeed make waste.

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Thanks, buddy. I'm writing to say I'm doing fine, and my father, too. Thank God. I have lots of work here in the house with my dad. My back hurts a lot when I have to raise him (my dad) up and move him. He is the only father I have in my life, and that's why I should do it. I love you.

I have taken James' excellent translation and added a couple of changes.

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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Richard, I have made a couple of corrections to my translation, so make sure you use the latest version (which you will see when you read this).

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Well I am learning that just as some people do not have good grammar in English I am seeing the same in other languages poor grammar use, spelling and other speaking and writing errors, but now I have a better understanding of what I seek to know.

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by Richard
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OK, now we have real Spanish to work with! (Although the Spanish is not very good)

Thanks, buddy. I'm writing to say I'm doing fine, and my father, too. Thank God. I have lots of work here in the house with my dad. My shoulder hurts a lot when I have to raise him (my dad) up and put him somewhere else, but he is the only father I have in my life, and that's why I should do it. I love you.

That's more or less it, but as I said, the Spanish is sort of bad.

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posted by 00bacfba
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gracias amigo escribe este carta para decir estoy bien y mi padre tambien gracias dios tengo mucho trabajo aqi en la casa con mi papa duele mucho mi espalda cuando nesicito llevantar el y pongo otro luegar pero el es la unico padre que tengo en mi vida poreso debe asirlo tequiero mucho

I understand the gist of the message, but because of words I can not define I can not follow the content of the entire message. Please help

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by Richard
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Hi, Richard,
Dictionaries only list verbs in their infinitive form, so you have to know to look up "necesitar," which I am sure will be found in your dictionary.

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posted by 00bacfba
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Gracias, I need (necesito) new dictionary as that word it is not defined in my "brand new Spanish/English dictionary"

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by Richard
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This sentence makes no logical sense. Is it a machine translation? Smells like one. Only a machine would translate papa as Pope in this context.

If you have the original Spanish, we can translate it for you.

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Sorry I meant "I need" not you. for first person.

updated MAY 7, 2008
posted by Vanessa
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