1. xoxoxone New Member

    english
    What does Anda. Pruébalo. mean??
     
  2. charisma_classic

    charisma_classic Senior Member

    Tennessee
    English, U.S.A.
    Go on. Try it.
     
  3. colombo-aussie

    colombo-aussie Senior Member

    Australia
    Spanish - Colombian
    are you talking about probar food or probar something? please add more text.

    Cya
     
  4. xoxoxone New Member

    english
    mucho gracias, charisma classic.
     
  5. xoxoxone New Member

    english
    Describe the situations in which you would use the following command. Anda. Pruébalo.
     
  6. colombo-aussie

    colombo-aussie Senior Member

    Australia
    Spanish - Colombian
    Hi, mate

    -The ice cream is yummy go on try it
    -this jean is for you, go on try it on
    -the car is already fixed, go on test it
    -she is my girl friend, go on prove it

    All means, anda pruebalo
    Cya
     
  7. rodneyp Senior Member

    Atlanta, GA
    US, English
    Would this also be the way to say "try it out"?

    E.g. This game looks fun. I'm going to try it out.

    Este juego parece divertido. Voy a pruébalo.
     
  8. Yes.

    @colombo-aussie:
    These jeans are for you, go on try them on.

    girlfriend
     
  9. ValeLaPena Junior Member

    USA
    English

    Voy a probarlo es mejor.
     
  10. Helice

    Helice Junior Member

    Barcelona - Spain
    Spanish - Spain
    Rodney i really don't think so. There isn't "Anda" anywhere.

    Anyway is not pruebalo. Right: Este juego parece divertido. Voy a prOBARLO.

    If i am talking to you then:

    Este juego es muy divertido. ¡Anda! ¡Pruebalo!
    This game looks fun. C'mon. Try it.
     
    Last edited: Jan 19, 2009

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