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Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by Rothko, Mar 18, 2008.

  1. Rothko

    Rothko Junior Member

    London
    Spain/Spanish
    ¿Qué preposición utilizaríais para decir 'copiar las frases de la pizarra'?
    -copy the sentences from the board
    -copy the sentences of the board
    El contexto es:
    'We corrected this activity together so that everybody could copy of? the board"
    Gracias muchas.
     
  2. presumedinoccent4u Senior Member

    venezuela
    Copy the sentences from the board


    Me parece la màs conveniente y usual.
     
  3. Zeli Senior Member

    UK English
    De acuerdo. Siempre se dice to copy from algo, o to copy algo from
     
  4. Rothko

    Rothko Junior Member

    London
    Spain/Spanish
    ¡Muchas gracias!
     
  5. srta chicken Senior Member

    California
    US English
    'We corrected this activity together so that everybody could copy of? the board"

    That word should be off...to copy something off the board.
     
  6. Zeli Senior Member

    UK English
    You can say off, but personally I prefer from
     
  7. presumedinoccent4u Senior Member

    venezuela
    Score.

    2-1

    Anybody else?
     
  8. zapata pirate Junior Member

    Canarian Spanish
    Hi I always say "to write on the blackboard" and "copy from the blackboard".
    Maybe I am wrong. But you must know that English language isn't my mother tongue.
    Bye

    P.D. score: 3-1
     

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