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    hola everyone...

    i have an english phrase i want to have translated into spanish: "it's something that i'll always have with you."

    i've tried to translate it myself and this is what i came up with: "es algo que siempre tener con tigo."

    i feel that there is something missing there...i asked a spanish speaker how to say this in spanish and what she said was very similar to what i wrote, except there was a word or two in between "siempre" and "tener." the only problem is that she was too busy to write it down for me. =/

    can anyone help me out here? any help will be very much appreciated...thanks!

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    actually, i figured it out. it was "voy a" inbetween those two words...

    can someone help me out with another translation though?

    "I want it to end."

    so far, i have "quiero que termine," but I'm looking for another way to say it. I've heard someone say "quiero que sacar" or something like that. i'm sure "sacar" isn't a spanish word, but that's kind of how it sounded. can anyone help me out with this one?

    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazyboi
    actually, i figured it out. it was "voy a" inbetween those two words...

    can someone help me out with another translation though?

    "I want it to end."

    so far, i have "quiero que termine," but I'm looking for another way to say it. I've heard someone say "quiero que sacar" or something like that. i'm sure "sacar" isn't a spanish word, but that's kind of how it sounded. can anyone help me out with this one?

    thanks!
    Hi!
    Your translation "quiero que termine" is correct. Another way to say it can be: "quiero que se acabe".

    And "sacar" is a Spanish word but has nothing to do with that phrase.

    See u!

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    thank you so much nadia! "quiero que se acabe" was exactly what i was looking for! =)

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    1. "es algo que siempre voy a tener contigo"
    2. "sacar" means "take" so the correct translation would be "I want to take...")

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