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    hi everyone

    i just wanted to know how to translate:

    'I am bored with your excuses.'

    in spanish?

    thank you

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    How about this?

    Estoy harto/harta de tus/sus pretextos.

    Obviously, the options above depend on whether the speaker is a man or a woman, and if the person they are speaking to is or Usted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lychelle
    hi everyone

    i just wanted to know how to translate:

    'I am bored with your excuses.'

    in spanish?

    thank you
    Ya estoy aburrido de tus pretextos!!
    Last edited by ApurasCachas; 09-30-2008 at 09:57 AM.

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    well it is for a female and i'm a girl as well

    gender in spanish is so complicated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lychelle
    well it is for a female and i'm a girl as well

    gender in Spanish is so complicated.
    What you need to do next time that you have a question is to specified the gender because in Spanish is very important.

    Something like this:

    "she says I am bored with your excuses.."

    So the the translation it would be some like this:

    "Estoy aburrida de tus pretextos"


    Saludos.
    Last edited by ApurasCachas; 09-30-2008 at 09:57 AM.

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    Shouldn't that be aburrida (with two Rs)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pazonova
    Shouldn't that be aburrida (with two Rs)?
    Yeap.. you are absolutely right my bad...
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