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    Default Could you please help me with a bit of translation

    Could someone translate this for me it a short letter to my friends. Sorry to be asking this.

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    Wow this past week has been pretty hectic. I just got out of the hospital and it was so horriable. I waited in the emergency room for 6 hours before some one could see me. I am so tired and I need to get some sleep. I want to have a Lolita meet up soon. I just got bunch of new clothes. I can't wait to see all the clothes that the others have got. I am so excited.
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    Wow this past week has been pretty hectic. I just got out of the hospital and it was so horriable. I waited in the emergency room for 6 hours before some one could see me. I am so tired and I need to get some sleep. I want to have a Lolita meet up soon. I just got bunch of new clothes. I can't wait to see all the clothes that the others have got. I am so excited.

    La semana pasada fue bastante agitada. Acabo de salir del hospital y fue horrible. Esperé durante 6 horas antes de que alguien pudiera atenderme. Estoy muy cansado y necesito dormir. Quiero tener un encuentro Lolita pronto. Acabo de comprarme un montón de ropas nuevas y estoy deseoso (a) de verlo que tienen los demás. Estoy muy emocionado.

    I am assuming this Lolita meeting is the name of a certain meeting they have and not a meeting with someone named Lolita.
    I also translated "I just got a bunch of new clothes" assuming this person bought him/herself the clothes. otherwise, the sentence will change to: Tengo un montón de ropas nuevas (so this means this person didn't buy them, just got them by other means, without specifying how)
    I hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SandraT
    Wow this past week has been pretty hectic. I just got out of the hospital and it was so horriable. I waited in the emergency room for 6 hours before some one could see me. I am so tired and I need to get some sleep. I want to have a Lolita meet up soon. I just got bunch of new clothes. I can't wait to see all the clothes that the others have got. I am so excited.

    La semana pasada fue bastante agitada. Acabo de salir del hospital y fue horrible. Esperé durante 6 horas antes de que alguien pudiera atenderme. Estoy muy cansado y necesito dormir. Quiero tener un encuentro Lolita pronto. Acabo de comprarme un montón de ropas nuevas y estoy deseoso (a) de verlo que tienen los demás. Estoy muy emocionado.

    I am assuming this Lolita meeting is the name of a certain meeting they have and not a meeting with someone named Lolita.
    I also translated "I just got a bunch of new clothes" assuming this person bought him/herself the clothes. otherwise, the sentence will change to: Tengo un montón de ropas nuevas (so this means this person didn't buy them, just got them by other means, without specifying how)
    I hope this helps.
    lolita is a japanese street fashion. Thank you so much for your help.

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    Sorry for some reason it posted twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petitelilminako
    lolita is a japanese street fashion.
    Eeee, soo desu ka? Harajuku de? I dunno, I gather by your name and the fact that you're posting in a language forum that you're interested in Japanese, too?

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    Yes that is so. Yes I am learning to speak japanese also but I just started.... It's hard lol I am intrested in many languages.
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    Well, keep at it! Japanese is similar to Spanish in some aspects, but mostly so in pronounciation. Good luck!

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