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My sentiments exactly..... translating this...

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I need some assistance with this expresion. If I put My sentiments exactly, into the translator I get, Mis sentimientos exactamente. However, I was watching a movie this weekend and put up the Spanish sub-texts. It was so fast that I missed part of it. I think the translation may have been Eso mismo digo yo. Could this be right? Or did I really miss a word or words here? I know it is idiomatic, so I may have missed part of it. Thanks, Vance.

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updated ENE 27, 2009
posted by Vance-Moore2

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Thanks Nathaniel, thanks James.

Vance

updated ENE 27, 2009
posted by Vance-Moore2
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I agree with Nathaniel. "Eso mismo digo yo" sounds perfect in this context.

updated ENE 27, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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You could say "Estoy de acuerdo" which means, I agree. Or, "siento lo mismo" which means, I feel the same. Eso mismo digo yo sounds like the same basic idea, I don't think that you missed anything.

updated ENE 27, 2009
posted by Nathaniel
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