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Well Harry Potter 4 draws to a close and I’ve already checked out 5 from the library that I’d started before 4 but didn’t finish coz I’m assured it will make it back to England soon! Great link thank you. I’m already well into another P D James Muerte de un forense which I’m quite enjoying I read odd pages whilst flying to Heathrow and back last week in high winds – some dodgy landings: Descuida; no te preocupes; – no doubt there are better answers out there.

A funny little expression from HP6: It’s transmitted by mosquitoes but the variety that feeds in the day.

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I recommend three series of LOST to get you back on track! Kinsflla discovering that the Forum is far more extraordinary than I’d realized.

I suppose it was because Voldemort stole the magic wand from Morfin that I felt a de would be more appropriate than the a. Just a few words: I’ve had ‘Como Agua para Chocolate’ lying around. I still find it far easier to go into Control Panel, Regoinal and Language, and set up a separate Spanish keyboard.

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Wouldn’t that explain the le rather than lo? Larger than normal smattering of words, especially: Hey, you’re showing off now with all those links! See our Returns Policy. Murder, torture, mutilation, treachery and worse still, cheating.


I’ll make a note of your recommendations for when I visit Casa del Libro next April. It is a quiet afternoon European Time so I guess that’s why the post didn’t get the normal delete.

I like his easy style and I whizzed through it fairly quickly. I’ve finished Un impulso criminal by PD Kinsellx and it was a brief and fairly dull tale – I’m caxa to report. I’ve just got to see more examples and then I may be a little more comfortable with it. La doctora Cole finished.

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We exchanged quite a few e-mails, he was a very interesting chap. Ana les dio el dinero a sus hijos.

BTW, Linsella tell you a secret I don’t think ‘by her bed was a town in Mexico’ would really have been quite right. I haven’t seen this before -is it a standard phrase, using the two subjunctive forms together like that?

Neither good nor bad. Wow, what a book!

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Sounds right to me, even though the Irish flavor of the expression gets lost in the process. The magazine in that will keep me going a few days- it includes a good article with Robert de Nero. Yep, heard that too. I see that nobody has explained “tocapelotas” yet Whilst a “fiddler’s fart” is a very common expression in Ireland, something like “pedo de paleto” whilst conforming with the alliteration rules, as a completely made up expression that nobody had ever heard of, would sound very strange.

I’ve enjoyed all his books and this has made a promising start – dd about standards of sophle preparation and big business. The next page also has sophiie The usual smattering of words which needed a visit to WordReference or RAE – here are some of the ‘interesting’ ones: That’s my problem, even if the ce meaning is reasonably clear I get bogged down in detail.


I’m also an avid reader, though, reading anything from so;hie to non-fiction and travel books. OK I would go for ‘put on a show’ as a decoding of that phrase, but given the context I think I would translate that as ‘we have seen them make an exhibition of themselves A similar word is in Collins Complete dieciochesco: But surely, in a language as rich and as expressive as Spanish, there must be an alliterative phrase that describes a trivial action from an insignificant person and would have meant more to a Kinnsella reader than what he actually wrote.

I asked him why he had done this, and he said he had had big problems with this, but basically in Spanish, there is no such thing as a fiddler, a violinista is the nearest! Insight 3 – tener de hermano I would put as ‘to have as a brother’ as in ‘to have a meddling idiot like you as a brother’.

He will need it, dealing with Lopera while not having much to work kinse,la given the existing squad and the limited money available. I normally let these things go but this is bugging me because: