Annie Gets a Gold Star

Me gusta que puedo hablar un poco de Español con Anita y ella me entiende. Amiguita mia, tu bendices mi vida. Muchas gracias.

(For those of you who have not recieved a gold star on @ngie yet I will give you one if you can give me the correct translation in English of those sentences.)

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19 thoughts on “Annie Gets a Gold Star

  1. Okay…here’s a stab and WITHOUT pulling out a Spanish dictionary and dusting off my one semester of college Spanish from 15 yrs ago!!!:

    My favorite person to speak a little Spanish with Anita, and she’s my friend. My Chicha (girlfriend), you better my life. Thank you so much!

    P.S. You don’t have to make me another star…I just wanted to try the translation challenge!!

  2. Haha!!!! I’m special!! ok. I’l try to translate (without reading Liz’s comment)

    I like _ speak a little Spanish with Anita and she understands me.
    My little friend, you bless my bless life. Thank you very much.

    AWWW!!!!! You’re so sweet, Angie!

    … now I’ve got to look up puedo. I know I know it … I just …

    Ah … ‘am able.’

    I like that I am able to speak a little Spanish … or
    I like that I can speak a little Spanish …

    :) Tu mi amiga. O armana, verda. Gracias!!

  3. Me gusta que puedo hablar un poco de Español con Anita y ella me entiende. Amiguita mia, tu bendices mi vida. Muchas gracias.

    I’m pleased that I can speak a little Spanish with Anita and she understands me. My sweet friend, you bless my life. Thank you very much.

    I sure hope I got that right.
    Have I mentioned that I used to be a Spanish teacher?

    SSBBBFF

  4. Okay, I didn’t read the other comments so here goes….

    I like that I can talk in a little bit of spanish with”anita” y…something something…que? que? Thank you.

  5. Well, it looks like enough other people translated it before me… =( OH well! I do enjoy reading Spanish every once in a while – it’s fun that I can still understand it! When I try to speak it, though, it gets all mixed up with Indonesian!

  6. Okay, here goes. I did this without a dictionary and before reading the comments.

    I like that I can speak a little Spanish with my friend Anita and she understands me. My little friend, you bless (cheated on that word) my life. Thank you very much.

  7. @Darla – hugs to you!

    @Becky A. – Maybe next time. :-)

    @Sheep – Yes!

    @Becky G. – You, my friend, are on my brain.

    @Sarah – I have heard that people who speak 3 or more languages can sometimes get mixed up. :-)

    @Danielle – Though I have never met her in person, I do know she is a thinker.

    @Steph Steph bo Beph – You earned the star on this one!

    @Alece – :-)

    @Anita – I am glad you get me.

    @Livvy – Pretty good. I think the word you were looking for was “Chica” because “Chicha” is a cheep fermented drink. :-) It was good you gave it a go.

  8. Oh my goodness…LOL!! No I did not mean cheap fermented drink (Is that beer???!?) I’ve always spelled it chicha and now will make a CONSCIOUS effort to spell it out chica instead!

    Oh my dear…now that is TRULY funny!

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