No work, only play.

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Buenos Días todos, I'm on vacation this week and wanted to know how to say "no work, only play". Is this correct? "No trabajo, solamente juego." I want to keep it very simple. Also, does it matter if it's solo, sola or solamente? Thanks!

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updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by Anna

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Thanks guys, this was very helpful!

updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by Anna
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you have a point. I keep having problems with the accent you are forcing me to think, thank you for that.
But, I warn you. the only way that I know if 'am coming or going is by the way, I wear my cap. I am in big trouble when, the bill of my cap gets turned side- ways.

lazarus1907 said:

solo = alonesólo = solamente = onlyIn the past we use to write the accent on "sólo" when it was the same as "solamente" (only), but nowadays you are only required to use this accent to avoid ambiguities:Voy solo al cineIs this "I'm going alone to the cinema" or "I'm only going to the cinema"?

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updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by 00769608
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solo = alone
sólo = solamente = only

In the past we use to write the accent on "sólo" when it was the same as "solamente" (only), but nowadays you are only required to use this accent to avoid ambiguities:

Voy solo al cine

Is this "I'm going alone to the cinema" or "I'm only going to the cinema"'

updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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By the way,
have fun don't work too much. you go girl!

updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by 00769608
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no trabajo solo juego works very well
no trabajo, sola juego does not work, 'cause it could be understood as I dont work, I play alone

no trabajo solamente juego is ok too

updated OCT 19, 2008
posted by 00769608