Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by Artrella, Feb 5, 2005.
Cómo dicen esto en inglès???
En el contexto de tu frase, "un buen partido" = "a good catch".
To find a good football game during which you can get married. (I'd suggest one played by Boca Juniors but you know that I'm kinda of biased on this subject)
Gracias Ortzi... So this sentence I am looking forward to find a good catchis correct? Just like that?
Vic us What's that???
Oh, you are right! I always think in terms of partido de fútbol. Sorry!
To find a good game or match (of any sport) during which one can get married.
I would say: "I am looking forward to finding a good catch".
A more commonly heard way of saying a similar thing could be: "I'm on the look out for a good catch".
Oh!! Yes, Ortzi... looking forward to + --ing!!! Thx for the correction!!
I like the second phrase, that is what I was looking for!!!
I was wondering if in response it would be appropriate to post either the lyrics to "Can't Hurry Love" or "It's Raining Men". And then I snapped out of my delirium.
Separate names with a comma.