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    Hello!

    I have this sentence to translate into English:
    "Muchas risas pero no recibí el pedido" or "Mucho jijiji y jajaja pero no recibí el pedido"

    my attempt:

    A helluva lot of hehehes and hahahas but I didn't receive the order

    Thanks for your help

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    helluva? I suposse this magnifies the phrase. I would put the "hehehes" and "hahahas" in quotes.

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    Default Re: Hahaha

    Which sentence is actually in the text that you want to translate?

    "Mucho jijiji y jajaja pero no recibí el pedido" ?

    If you want to translate the jiji and jaja then I tend to agree with Salvador: Use quotation marks: "Lots of "hee hee hee" and "ha ha ha" but...

    You could leave out the jiji and jaja and write:

    A lot of giggles and laughs but I didn't receive the order.

    or

    "Muchas risas pero no recibí el pedido"

    Lots of laughs but I didn't receive the order.
    vicente

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