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Hello.
I have 2 spanish speaking children on my bus. One is a boy almost 5 and the other is a girl who is 3 and the tiniest thing I ever seen. She gets scared going to school, but she just loves me. I call her my pretty girl.
Im wanting to learn a few phrases in Spanish, so I can talk to em and tell em things. Just basic words.
Anyone know of any easy to understand sites that helps you pronounce the sayings? I found one that had sayings and things, but it never helped ya pronounce the words??? Help? Tnx, HG
 

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Muchacha bonita de la buena mañana..
Moo-cha-cha bo-nee-ta day la bweyna man-ya-na
Good morning pretty girl.


Pequeño hombre de la buena mañana.
Pe-keyn-yo home-bray day la bweyna man-ya-na.
Good morning little man.


Usted tenía un buen día?
Oos-ted ten-ya oon bweyn dee-ya?
Did you have a good day?


Those oughtta make 'em happy. Don't be surprised if they start blabbering in Spanish. I get it all the time and I can't understand or speak Spanish at that speed.

Larry
 

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Dos Cervecas por favor!! = 2 beers Please.

:thumbup: :thumbup:


Sorry, but thats all I know

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Buenos dias - good morning.
Buenos tardes - good evening.
Hasta mañana - until tomorrow.
Cómo estás, bien ?- how are you, well?
Hola pequiños - hallo children. (little ones)
Cómo te llama - what´s your name?
Me llama Hemmie Gremmie - my name is H.G.

Could get a grown man (Stud Man, no less) in trouble with 3 year olds.

BTW, Raise your hands - levantar los manos.
Coldknock, would that be Mexican speak ?
 

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In dictionary terms, how would you pronounce this?
Hola bastante muchacha
It means, Hello pretty girl. Thats what I call the pretty little girl on my bus. HG
 

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These kids probably like Uncle Gremmie. It's cool you want to make these kids feel welcome, it's got to be tough. here's a few I know.
Mejo, pronounced mehoe, little boy.
Meja, pronounced mehah, little girl.
Que paso. k passo, what's new, what's happening.
poquito, little bit.
 
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