1. supercrom Banned

    Cercado de Lima, Lima, Perú
    Homo peruvianus, practising AE n' learning BE
    Hello!

    How can I translate these phrases into English?

    ¡Qué bien! / ¡Qué bueno!

    For example:

    A:Me gusta aprender mucho.

    B: ¡Qué bien! A mí también.


    Thanks a bunch
     
  2. vikingo44 Senior Member

    Rome - Italy
    Argentina - Spanish (English, Italian, Portuguese, Danish)
    B: "How nice! Me too!"
     
  3. murena Senior Member

    Sydney, Australia
    Mexico / Spanish
    A: I like learning very much.

    B: That's great! I like it too.
     
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  4. cirrus

    cirrus Senior Member

    Crug Hywel
    UK English
    Here's my go:
    A: I love learning.
    B: Brilliant / Fab! Me too.

    A lo mejor fab - que viene de fabulous - ha pasado de moda pero a mí me gusta cantidad y lo uso a cada rato.
     
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  5. supercrom Banned

    Cercado de Lima, Lima, Perú
    Homo peruvianus, practising AE n' learning BE
    I do understand "Fab", but I would say "a mí me gusta mucho" instead of "a mi me gusta cantidad".

    At first I thought of "that's ok", but I immediately tried to think of other alternatives.

    Thanks a bunch, cirrus, murena and vikingo. :)

    Supercrom
     
  6. Pakal Senior Member

    Mexico/spanish
    cirrus, me hiciste recordar algo que tiene tiempo que ya no decía:
    ¡Me gusta cantidad! I don't think a lot of people say that anymore. (Al menos en México). Saludos.
     
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  7. cirrus

    cirrus Senior Member

    Crug Hywel
    UK English
    Argot caducado - story of my life!
     
  8. Stoichkov8 Banned

    spain spanish
    "That's cool".
     
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  9. Harajuku102 New Member

    English - United States
    Qué bien - That's good.

    That's cool. (Qué chido).
     
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