in aeternum

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yacan

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updated JUN 25, 2008
posted by Orlando-E-Lopez-Rosales

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Si Orlando, claro que hablo español pero como todas las otras personas aqui, todavia estoy aprendiendo. Entonces no entiendo por que me has preguntado esto. Por que lo sabes, ingles es mi idoma segunda. Aprendi Latin en la escuela hace años.

updated JUN 25, 2008
posted by chicasabrosa
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Gracias, chicasabrosa, por dejarme saborear la sabrosa miel de tu latin.
Si no es mucha mi osadia, permitime preguntar: hablas espanol? Si tu respuesta es "NO" He aqui mi traslacion:

Thank you, CHICASABROSA, for allowme enyoy the nice honey of your latin.
If not's to much my dare allowme to ask: You speak spanish?
If your first language is Inglish; No problem.
I hope so count on you in my next question.

Bye.

updated JUN 25, 2008
posted by Orlando-E-Lopez-Rosales
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My dear, MOTLEY:

i'm thank full for your extensive, precise and healp full definition.
Now I'm clear about this latin phrase; now I'm understand the poem of Almafuerte.

thank you.
Bye.

updated JUN 24, 2008
posted by Orlando-E-Lopez-Rosales
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In aeternum is not Spanish, it's Latin

updated JUN 23, 2008
posted by chicasabrosa
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aeternum
ADV
eternally| for ever| always; perpetually; also; constantly

updated JUN 22, 2008
posted by motley