1. bojangles Junior Member

    Español, México
    Hola a todos, por favor si alguien me puede ayudar, tengo que acudir a consulta pues tengo 2 dedos del pie, diriamos en espa;ol, como si los tuviera dormidos, pero desconozco si en ingles se dice de la misma manera. Gracias

    PD. Disculpen la falta de acentos pero tengo un teclado ingles y no se como poner acentos, tambien si alguien sabe como. Gracias de nuevo
     
  2. alacant

    alacant Senior Member

    Alicante, Spain
    England, english
    My toes have gone to sleep!
     
  3. Hiro Sasaki Senior Member

    Osaka, Japn
    Japan, Japanese

    I can't contradict English people and therefore, this is a question.

    1. My legs have gone to sleep.

    2,. My toes have got numbs.

    3. My feet have got numbs./ have gone to sleep.

    4. My hands have got numbs. Do you say that my hands have
    gone to sleep ?

    saludos

    Hiro Sasaki
     
  4. echo chamber

    echo chamber Senior Member

    Skopje, Macedonia
    Macedonian (Македонски)
    Control panel=>Regional and language options=>spanish
    (shift+alt para cambiar de inglés a español y al reves)

    http://photos1.hi5.com/0012/050/471/EMeNMc050471-02.gif

    (I am very sorry if you consider this off-topic!)
     
  5. alacant

    alacant Senior Member

    Alicante, Spain
    England, english
    Hi Hiro,

    You can contradict us, feel free!

    You can say: My toes, legs, fingers etc, are numb. (not numbs).

    Or you can say that they have gone to sleep.

    And if you have that prickly feeling, you say that you have pins and needles.

    All the best, alacant
     
  6. Paul Clancy Senior Member

    Ireland, English
    My legs have gone asleep - this you can say although generally what you would mean and say would be "my feet have gone asleep" or "I have a cramp in my legs"
    My toes, hand and feet are numb
    Your hands don't go asleep ... you would instead say "my hands are numb", "my hands are stiff"
     
  7. bojangles Junior Member

    Español, México
    Thanks a lot to everybody, I hope everything's ok with my foot :) Have a nice week!!!
     
  8. elfo Senior Member

    Madrid
    England, English
    I was just going to add that I think Alacant may have confused "got" for "gone"; it would be ok to say:
    My hands have gone numb.
     
  9. alacant

    alacant Senior Member

    Alicante, Spain
    England, english
    elfo, I think you are the one who is confused, as I haven't mentioned the word got.

    Alacant
     
  10. Hiro Sasaki Senior Member

    Osaka, Japn
    Japan, Japanese
    Thank you for many expressions.


    saludos

    Hiro Sasaki
     
  11. jinti

    jinti Senior Member

    I'd say my foot went to sleep, or my foot is numb.
     

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