¿Cómo se dice "I want to know how to cook" en español?

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Hola a todos.

He tenido el problema a veces sobre escribir "I want to know how to cook" (por ejemplo) en español.

En realidad sólo no sé el uso sobre "how".

¿Es "quiero (que) saber cómo cocinar" - la frase correcta?

Gustaría tener algunos comentarios.

Gracias de antemano.

Marco

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updated OCT 1, 2010
posted by Marco-T

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Yes, I did, and for the reason you state, although Santiago isn't my surname. It's just a little joke.

updated NOV 19, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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James Santiago said:

Would all my friends here including you (James), Natasha, Heidita, lazarus and Tad please get used to my new photo'Do we have any choice? And it wasn't obvious at all who you were.Click on Members at the top of this page, and search for Marco. You will see that you are far from being unique here with that name.

I am so glad to take the suggestion from you, James.

I would probably be the unique one on this forum after I changed my user name, and also my new photo would probably be the unique one, too. (Hopefully)

I think you changed your user names and added on your last name long time ago because there are too many "James" so you would like to be unique one. Correct? smile jejeje

Marco

updated NOV 19, 2008
posted by Marco-T
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Would all my friends here including you (James), Natasha, Heidita, lazarus and Tad please get used to my new photo'

Do we have any choice? And it wasn't obvious at all who you were.

Click on Members at the top of this page, and search for Marco. You will see that you are far from being unique here with that name.

updated NOV 19, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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James Santiago said:

You're welcome, but what's with all the changing of avatars lately? It's very confusing when we get used to seeing one avatar and then it changes, especially since there are multiple members with the same user name, so we don't know if you are the old Marco or a new one.Tad's disease must be contagious.

James, obviously I am the old Marco with young age. I didn't see anyone else who is called Marco no thie forum.

After I changed my photo recently, Natasha mentioned it and was surprised by my new photo. Now you pointed it again. I was wondering if all you guys don't like my new photo. jejejeje

Would all my friends here including you (James), Natasha, Heidita, lazarus and Tad please get used to my new photo? smile

Marco

updated NOV 19, 2008
posted by Marco-T
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You're welcome, but what's with all the changing of avatars lately? It's very confusing when we get used to seeing one avatar and then it changes, especially since there are multiple members with the same user name, so we don't know if you are the old Marco or a new one.

Tad's disease must be contagious.

updated NOV 19, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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James Santiago said:

In Spanish, you don't have to translate the "how."Quiero saber cocinar.You cannot use "que" here.

Gracias por tu comentario, James.

What you wrote seems to be "I want to know to cook" if we translate it to English directly. smile

This is very useful for me and I would not have this problem again.

Marco

updated NOV 19, 2008
posted by Marco-T
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In Spanish, you don't have to translate the "how."

Quiero saber cocinar.

You cannot use "que" here.

updated NOV 19, 2008
posted by 00bacfba