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komo noo

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What is the meaning of this phrase? Please somebody help me. Thanks.

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updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by mae-adel

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Heidita, Eddy, Thanks a lot for helping me.

Heidita said:

mae adel said:

thanks Eddie for your reply. I was talking to a Spanish friend, a child and asked me "que tal", I replied "muy bien". he replied Komo noo." may be you are correct.

It does actually mean: ¡cómo no!

Of course you are!

Like saying, how couldn't' you be ...nice as you are... you must be ok

The spellig is chat.

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updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by mae-adel
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Heidita said:

Eddy said:

Where's Heidita when you need her?

Always here, darling, always here.You have changed your picture! I hardly recognized you!

It is a picture of my mother and father's wedding. I am 65 tomorrow and it is my way of saying thanks for having me.

updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by Eddy
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mae adel said:

thanks Eddie for your reply. I was talking to a Spanish friend, a child and asked me "que tal", I replied "muy bien". he replied Komo noo." may be you are correct.

It does actually mean: ¡cómo no!

Of course you are!

Like saying, how couldn't' you be ...nice as you are... you must be ok

The spellig is chat.

updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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Eddy said:

Where's Heidita when you need her?

Always here, darling, always here.

You have changed your picture! I hardly recognized you!

updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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Where's Heidita when you need her'

updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Thanks, Eddie. Sorry for the incomplete information. In addition to our conversation I replied "Y tu? como esta'" he replied positively , then I replied "bien". That's the time he answered me "komo noo". By the way he speaks Catalan. So I don't know if it's Spanish or Catalan.

updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by mae-adel
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mae adel said:

thanks Eddie for your reply. I was talking to a Spanish friend, a child and asked me "que tal", I replied "muy bien". he replied Komo noo." may be you are correct.

I doubt it. The child said "how are you" or how's it going". You said "very well". Why would he say "why not" or "how come". There must be another meaning.

updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by Eddy
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thanks Eddie for your reply. I was talking to a Spanish friend, a child and asked me "que tal", I replied "muy bien". he replied Komo noo." may be you are correct.

updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by mae-adel
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Hi again
It could also be "cómo no" meaning "why not" or "how come". I think this is more likely. Any other suggestions out there.

updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Hi mae adel
Como sí means "as if", or "as though". Could this be como no, meaning the opposite. Do you have a little more context'

updated AGO 19, 2008
posted by Eddy
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