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I need help with this: La muchacha no sube por la escalera.

Can you help me? Gracias

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updated MAY 4, 2008
posted by Kaylee

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Exactly
Our queen still employs them. How do I know that one of her employees, or employees relatives did not post this question.

updated MAY 4, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Why not, David? I am very "Victorian" speaking English, as I am told, jejejeje

Actually, Eddy might be right, without more context...

In Spain teh housemaid (the cleaner) is called: muchacha.

In a general sense, your translation seems very adequate.

updated MAY 4, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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i would have to agree with you. Muchacha/o among my mexican friends would mean young women and young men, Late teens early twentys. Of course Eddy is from england and I think he may have meant maid as in young woman not a domestic servant.

updated MAY 3, 2008
posted by jamesgv0r
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maid? what are we, elizabethan? smile

The girl is not going up the stairs.
The girl doesn't go up the stairs.

updated MAY 3, 2008
posted by David-H
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The maid cannot go up the stairs

updated MAY 3, 2008
posted by Eddy
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