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    What this mean in english alobio somac and asquiri yuo bonita?

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    Hi, where you read it? which is the source language?

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    Iam Zaballero, what language is that?

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    this appears a misspelled English, "alobio somac" can be "I love you so much" i can't decipher "and asquiri yuo", finally "bonita" means "Beautiful" in Spanish.

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    Perfect salvadorm I can decipher " alobio somac" but "asquari yuo bonita" I'm totally confused.

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    I think, "yuo" is a kind of a fonetic mispelled transcription for "you are". I'm sure you saw this in facebook or twitter. People there are usually so creative that they end up creating undecipherables codes.

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    Yes, yuo appears to be phonetic as does "asquari" -- "ask who are you" with the "i" being phonetically part of the "yuo"

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    I have no idea what language it is but it's not misspelled English.
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    Very difficult to find out the language source, that's why translation in English is getting more difficult.

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