Spanish class rocks! Have a nice summer!

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We're working on a card for 3rd grade Spanish teacher-does this:

Estimada Sra. Winnette,
Clase de espanola piedras! Espero que usted tenga un verano agradable!

translate to :

Dear Mrs. Winnette,
Spanish class rocks! Have a nice summer!

Thanks for any assistance!

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updated JUN 1, 2009
posted by Ryleekat

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Estimada Sra. Winnette,

Clase de espanola piedras! gulp Espero que usted tenga un verano agradable!

Fortunately you included the English text, rylee. wink

Welcome to the forum smile

updated JUN 1, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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We're working on a card for 3rd grade Spanish teacher-does this:

Estimada Sra. Winnette,

Clase de espanola piedras! Espero que usted tenga un verano agradable!

translate to :

Dear Mrs. Winnette,

Spanish class rocks! Have a nice summer!

Thanks for any assistance!

"Piedras" is just a noun, like "stones", or "rubbles"; whoever reads it would be wondering what does a piece of mineral (a rock) has to do with a class, since Spanish does not have a slang like that to mean "it is great". My suggestion:

Estimada Sra. Winette: (you must use colon, not comma)

Las clases de español son geniales. Espero que tenga un verano agradable.

Do not say "usted" here.

updated JUN 1, 2009
posted by lazarus1907