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Mas bien sangano / pensuacas

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**Hello! Long time, no talking to you smile

Someone said this to me in an email: Mas bien sangano.

He also said: pensuacas.

What do those mean? Thanks for all your help. smile**

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updated JUL 13, 2009
posted by owllady

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Gracias Lazarus. I was getting the idea that the phrases were not quite translatable. I appreciate your effort at making sense of them. Maybe I'll email this person back and just ask what he meant to say.

Smileys aren't working but (smile).

updated JUL 13, 2009
posted by owllady
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My guess is that the person can't write proper Spanish, and meant this:

Más bien ngano = rather lazy

This sentence, badly written, is almost impossible to decode for a non native, and it could puzzle many natives. Why do Spanish speakers care so little about orthography?

I can't decipher "pensuacas", sorry.

updated JUL 13, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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