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Diga dos marcas de cigarrillos...

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by Flowertica, Sep 27, 2005.

  1. Flowertica Junior Member

    Costa Rica, espanol
    [font=Times New Roman, Times, Serif]Test de rapidez mental: [/font][font=Verdana, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]Responda rápidamente (sin anotar y en voz alta): [/font]


    [font=Verdana, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]1. Diga dos marcas de cigarrillos... [/font]



    [font=Verdana, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]2. Diga dos marcas de cerveza... [/font]



    [font=Verdana, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]3. Diga tres clases de bebidas alcohólicas... [/font]



    [font=Verdana, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]4. Diga dos marcas de preservativos... [/font]



    [font=Verdana, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]5. Diga el nombre de los dos ríos de Tanzania que en su desembocadura forman un delta... [/font]



    [font=Arial Black, Geneva, Arial, Sans-serif]Ajaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [/font]



    A ver si Dejas de Fumar,Tomar y pizar y te pones a LEER!!!
     
  2. Roi Marphille

    Roi Marphille Senior Member

    Moronland
    Catalonia, Catalan.
    FYI

    Ruaha River and Mwagusi River


    :p
     
  3. murena Senior Member

    Sydney, Australia
    Mexico / Spanish
    Como este es un foro de traducción, quiero pensar que por eso pusiste este texto, así que aquí está mi intento:

    Mental agility test. Answer quickly (aloud and not writting down the answers):

    1. Mention two cigarrette brands.
    2. Mention two beer brands.
    3. Mention three types of alcoholic beverages.
    4. Mention two brands of condoms.
    5. Mention the name of the two rivers in Tanzania that form a delta...
    Ahaaa!
    You better stop smoking, drinking and having sex and start reading!
     
  4. mylam Senior Member

    Texas
    United States English
    Good job, murena! Just a few corrections:

     
  5. rob.returns

    rob.returns Senior Member

    Phil
    Philippines-English, tagalog, spanish, chavacano, tausog, visaya, ilonggo.
    I think "Enumerate" would be the right term...Its the one mostly being used.
     
  6. murena Senior Member

    Sydney, Australia
    Mexico / Spanish
    Thanks mylam. Just one question. Is mention really wrong? Or is just that name sounds better?

    Thanks
     
  7. mylam Senior Member

    Texas
    United States English
    Sorry, I should have clarified. Mention maybe isn't wrong, but it sounds really odd in this context. Mention is more like a casual comment, as in "I mentioned that I liked her new haircut."
     
  8. mylam Senior Member

    Texas
    United States English
    I'm not sure what you mean by "the one mostly being used." You're the only one I've seen using it here. ;) "Enumerate" has a more technical meaning of specifying the members of a list, and would not generally be used in the casual setting of a joke.
     
  9. Flowertica Junior Member

    Costa Rica, espanol
    graciassssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss:)
     

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