What is this sentence saying?
aun espreo que me puedas ayudar con la pareja o dos de tango para nuestra gala
There is this tango festival called Tango Gala. This person, I think asking about how s/he can help for this festival. I could not find the word translation for "espreo". What does that mean'
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Yukiko, your sentence says: "I hope you can still help me with one or two of the tango-dancing couples for our gala."
"espero" has dual meaning 'to wait' and 'to hope', in this case they are telling you that they "still hope that you can help them with one couple or two of Tango ( of Tango dancers... this is implied) for the Gala"
In other words, they are asking for your help in providing the Tango dancers