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    I am working on a little ditty to say to my Spanish friends and would like to know if it sounds OK. It goes like this:

    "Mira para acá! y para allí y para allá." It is supposed to mean 'Looky here! and over there and over there."

    ( I've noticed that when the first part is spoken, it sounds like "mira pa cá". )

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    Default Re: Spanish rhyme

    I don't understand exactly what you want but if you're finding a way to say so, you can also say

    ¡¡¡Mira pa' cá, mira pa' llí, mira pa' llá!!!

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    Default Re: Spanish rhyme

    Quote Originally Posted by Dabeed
    I am working on a little ditty to say to my Spanish friends and would like to know if it sounds OK. It goes like this:

    "Mira para acá! y para allí y para allá." It is supposed to mean 'Looky here! and over there and over there."

    ( I've noticed that when the first part is spoken, it sounds like "mira pa cá". )
    Hi, I would say " Mira pa' ca! Mira pa' ya! Y pa' ya!"

    I know it looks funny but if you say it with "style" or a"rhythm" then it's 'a'ight'!

    Hope that helps!!

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    Default Re: Spanish rhyme

    it's 'a'ight'!

    Thanks!


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