Flirting with Faith

Flirting with Faith


Los Miercoles en Espanol

posted by Joan Ball

Yo hable un poquito Espanol. Pero yo pienso que yo nessesito aprender hablar, leer y escribir fluida en Espanol. Mi esposo, Martin, naces in Uruguay y hablas Espanol, entonces es mas facil para nosotros hablar en Ingles en la casa. Es la reson hoy y todos los miercoles en la futuro nosotros hablare solamente en Espanol. En la casa, en la telephono, en text–todos. Y yo escribere una blog post (no se como dice blog post en Espanol). Los posts sere simple, para practicar. Yo appreciado ayuda de amigos que lee o comprende Espanol. Muchas gracias para sus paciencia y apoyo.



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dary ball_ Dominguez

posted July 27, 2008 at 10:03 pm


Querida joan
nuestro lenguaje y el tuyo se escribe con las mismas letras, las que combinadas forman las palabras
Como el Imperio Romano fue tan grande, su Latin nos dejo combinaciones similares , que ya sea por el caracte nuestro o por el clima , pronunciamos diferente ejem. cable, soprano, universo, taxi, cero , danza, importante,y mas
Besos Que Dios te bendiga junto a tu querida familia
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posted August 8, 2008 at 1:33 pm


D.M. 8-8-08.
En la vida somos breves mascaradas
aprendemos a reir llorando y a
llorar a carcajadas. (Aberto Moravia)
Dominguez Ball



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