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I need your help!!!!! Verbos prominales

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!Hola!

Could you please help me and check if these sentences I've translated into Spanish are correct? (though I really doubt if there is anything correct..:( )

It's difficult for me to understand the grammar topic "Verbos prominales".....

There are the sentences:

  1. Me levanto muy temprano. ¿A que hora te despartas?

  2. ¿A que hora os acostáis? ? Nos acostamos a las once de la noche.

  3. ¿Cuando quiere levantarse a usted mañana? (When would you like to get up tomorrow') - Quiero levantarme a las ocho y media de la mañana.

  4. ¿Donde habitualmente os preparáis para las clases? Nos preparamos habitualmente en casa.

  5. ¿Adonde se ha ido Pedro? Se ha ido a la redacción.

  6. ¿Cuando prefiere usted encontrase con periodistas peruanas? ? Prefiero encontrarme con ellos mañana.

P.s. I apologize for the absence of the accent here in advance.... I hope to find the way to put accents.....

Hasta pronto,

Dasha

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updated FEB 26, 2009
posted by Dasha

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Dasha said:

Dear Vikingo,Thank you so many times for sharing with me your wonderful file!!!!!!!!!!!! Muchas gracias!It's so great... Now I'm finally able to put accents.....

You're welcome! smile

updated FEB 26, 2009
posted by Vikingo
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Dear Vikingo,

Thank you so many times for sharing with me your wonderful file!!!!!!!!!!!! Muchas gracias!
It's so great... Now I'm finally able to put accents.....

Vikingo said:

Dasha said:

Dear Lis,A huge thank you for your useful tip. I'll try it!!!!!!!!I have a laptop-the operating system Windows XP Home Eddition...Microsoft Word 2007...Thank you so much!!!!!!!

Lis said:

if you have a PC hold the alt button down and go to your number keypadALT 161 íALT 160 áALT 130 éALT 162 óALT 163 úALT 164 ñAlso using "symbols" in the insert menu will also get the same effect.On a Mac, it has been a long time-- I don't remember.

Alternatively, you can run this file, press Ctrl+Space, and have all your letters immediately available on a menu. "New and improved!"

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updated FEB 26, 2009
posted by Dasha
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Necesitas un profosara....por ejemplo Heidita es profosara..esta muy bien...Nadie le gustan estudiar gramatikosmileNo quiero escribir mas....

updated FEB 26, 2009
posted by Hamdi-Paragz
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Dasha said:

Dear Lis,A huge thank you for your useful tip. I'll try it!!!!!!!!I have a laptop-the operating system Windows XP Home Eddition...Microsoft Word 2007...Thank you so much!!!!!!!

Lis said:

if you have a PC hold the alt button down and go to your number keypadALT 161 íALT 160 áALT 130 éALT 162 óALT 163 úALT 164 ñAlso using "symbols" in the insert menu will also get the same effect.On a Mac, it has been a long time-- I don't remember.

Alternatively, you can run this file, press Ctrl+Space, and have all your letters immediately available on a menu. "New and improved!"

updated FEB 26, 2009
posted by Vikingo
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Muchas gracias, Jonathan!!!!!
From your lips to God's ears...
My Spanish needs much much time and practice....

Jonathan said:

  1. ¿A qué hora te despiertas'2. Excellent3. ¿Cuándo te gustaría levantarte mañana'4. Excellent5. Excellent6. EncontrarseGood Job. You are improving. Buena suerte!!!

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updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by Dasha
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  1. ¿A qué hora te despiertas?
  2. Excellent
  3. ¿Cuándo te gustaría levantarte mañana?
  4. Excellent
  5. Excellent
  6. Encontrarse

Good Job. You are improving. Buena suerte!!!

updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by jonathan2
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Dear Lazarus,

Thank you so so so much for your great help with the correction. I'm really thankful to you for your attention and clear explanation. I do hope to improve my Spanish skills soon here. smile
I've been learning Spanish since September last year....
Muchas gracias!!!!!!

lazarus1907 said:

Final corrections:

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  1. Me levanto muy temprano. ¿A qué hora te despiertas? 2. ¿A qué hora os acostáis? ? Nos acostamos a las once de la noche. 3. ¿Cuándo quiere levantarse a usted mañana? (When would you like to get up tomorrow') - Quiero levantarme a las ocho y media de la mañana. 4. ¿Dónde os preparáis normalmente para las clases? Normalmente nos preparamos en casa.5. ¿Adónde (se) ha ido Pedro? Se ha ido a la redacción.6. ¿Cuándo prefiere encontrase usted con las periodistas peruanas? ? Prefiero encontrarme con ellas mañana.

Notes: brackets are optional. Underlined parts sounds more natural. "Habitualmente" sounds far too sophisticated in those sentences, in my opinion. If you omit "las" in 6, the question would be "¿When do you prefer to meet any Peruvian journalists? With "las" it is "...to meet the Peruvian journalists".

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updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by Dasha
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Dear Anna,

You're great. Thank you for helping me with correction of my poor Spanish. I do hope to make some progress in the near future....smile
Thank you!!!!!
Muchas gracias, mi amiga!

Anna said:

  1. ¿Cuándo quiere levantarse a usted mañana? (without "a") or "A qué hora quiere levantarse mañana'"6. ¿Cuando prefiere usted encontrase con periodistas peruanas? ? Prefiero encontrarme con ellas mañana. (as 'periodistas peruanas' are in feminine)

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updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by Dasha
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Dear Lis,

A huge thank you for your useful tip. I'll try it!!!!!!!!
I have a laptop-the operating system Windows XP Home Eddition...Microsoft Word 2007...

Thank you so much!!!!!!!

Lis said:

if you have a PC hold the alt button down and go to your number keypadALT 161 íALT 160 áALT 130 éALT 162 óALT 163 úALT 164 ñAlso using "symbols" in the insert menu will also get the same effect.On a Mac, it has been a long time-- I don't remember.

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updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by Dasha
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Muchas gracias, LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA!
Thank you a lot for your grammar support!

LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA said:

Buen trabajo!1.) Te despiertasy numero 66.) encontrarse (y possibly put usted enfrente de prefiere, ex: usted prefiere encontrarse con periodistas peruanas')Other than that it looks pretty good!

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updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by Dasha
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Dear Robert,

Muchas gracias!!!!

Robert Austin said:

Some suggestions from a non-native speaker1) te despiertas6) encontrarse

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updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by Dasha
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Final corrections:

:

  1. Me levanto muy temprano. ¿A qué hora te despiertas? 2. ¿A qué hora os acostáis? ? Nos acostamos a las once de la noche. 3. ¿Cuándo quiere levantarse a usted mañana? (When would you like to get up tomorrow') - Quiero levantarme a las ocho y media de la mañana.

  2. ¿Dónde os preparáis normalmente para las clases? Normalmente nos preparamos en casa.

  3. ¿Adónde (se) ha ido Pedro? Se ha ido a la redacción.

  4. ¿Cuándo prefiere encontrase usted con las periodistas peruanas? ? Prefiero encontrarme con ellas mañana.

Notes: brackets are optional. Underlined parts sounds more natural. "Habitualmente" sounds far too sophisticated in those sentences, in my opinion. If you omit "las" in 6, the question would be "¿When do you prefer to meet any Peruvian journalists? With "las" it is "...to meet the Peruvian journalists".

updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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  1. ¿Cuándo quiere levantarse a usted mañana? (without "a") or "A qué hora quiere levantarse mañana'"
  2. ¿Cuando prefiere usted encontrase con periodistas peruanas? ? Prefiero encontrarme con ellas mañana. (as 'periodistas peruanas' are in feminine)
updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by anna2
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if you have a PC hold the alt button down and go to your number keypad
ALT 161 í
ALT 160 á
ALT 130 é
ALT 162 ó
ALT 163 ú
ALT 164 ñ

Also using "symbols" in the insert menu will also get the same effect.

On a Mac, it has been a long time-- I don't remember.

updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by Lis
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Buen trabajo!
1.) Te despiertas
y numero 6
6.) encontrarse (y possibly put usted enfrente de prefiere, ex: usted prefiere encontrarse con periodistas peruanas')

Other than that it looks pretty good!

updated FEB 25, 2009
posted by LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA
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