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sique, sequir, sigo+translation!!

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can someone tell me what this says,

sigo la misma rutina todos los dias.

how would i ask this in a question'''

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updated MAY 16, 2008
posted by Jackie

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Just in case I misunderstood you, my first post above includes a translation of the English you gave, and then a question, with the subject changed. The Spanish means "Do you follow the same routine every day'" I changed the subject because it wouldn't make much since for the subject to be "I" in this question, since the speaker would already know the answer.

updated MAY 16, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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okay, thank you!

updated MAY 16, 2008
posted by Jackie
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Because Spanish grammar rules differ from those of English. Questions are formed more by intonation or punctuation than by word addition or word order.

¿Tienes hambre? = Are you hungry?
Tienes hambre = You are hungry.

updated MAY 16, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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thanks

so why is it that a sentence like this does not have an interrogative word or question at the beginning'

updated MAY 16, 2008
posted by Jackie
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I follow the same (old) routine every day.

¿Sigues la misma rutina todos los dias'

updated MAY 16, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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