tarjeta conocida

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"tarjeta conocida" means name card, this is normally used in all countried o there is another way to say name card/ business card in different countries? thank you.

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updated OCT 15, 2008
posted by Angelina-Peng

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No need to keep apologizing for your grammar on every reply. We can all empathize. Besides, it's not that bad. Since you are learning, however....
In English we capitalize the "I" in I'm. The word like is used to compare (or sometimes contrast) two or more things. Even though you mentioned two things, they were both on the same side of the comparison. See how good your grammar is. You sound like you're from the "valley" already. A better construction would have been: (if you send cards like greeting cards or Christmas cards). And, yes, we capitalize more things that Spanish does.
I looked at your profile to make sure that your native language was Spanish. I didn't want you to think that I'm foolish enough to assume that everyone from Columbia has to speak Spanish.

harold masmela said:

Usually name card or business card means :- Tarjetas de presentacion ( if you introduce your business, profesion, etc)- Tarjetas personales ( if you send like gretting cards or chrismas cards ).i'm sorry about my grammar but i'm learning too, i'm from Colombia, South America

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updated OCT 15, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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mucho gusto. Harold masmela. gracias por tu ayuda. pero ahora es muy tarde de la noche, si?

harold masmela said:

Usually name card or business card means :- Tarjetas de presentacion ( if you introduce your business, profesion, etc)- Tarjetas personales ( if you send like gretting cards or chrismas cards ).i'm sorry about my grammar but i'm learning too, i'm from Colombia, South America

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updated OCT 15, 2008
posted by Angelina-Peng
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Usually name card or business card means :
- Tarjetas de presentacion ( if you introduce your business, profesion, etc)
- Tarjetas personales ( if you send like gretting cards or chrismas cards ).
i'm sorry about my grammar but i'm learning too, i'm from Colombia, South America

updated OCT 15, 2008
posted by harold-masmela