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    Antes de acostarme , me lavo la cara, me cepillo los dientes.

    A las 9:00 me reuno con mis amigos en la biblioteca para estudiar.

    Voy al bano, me desvisto y me ducho.

    Si tengo tiempo, me lavo el pelo.

    Regreso a mi cuarto y me visto.

    Salgo de casa a las 8:00 y llego a la universidad a las 8:30.

    Recojo mis libros y antes de salir me despido de mi familia.

    Mis clases terminan a las 5:00.Regreso a mi casa a las 6:00 de la tarde.

    Me levanto a las 7:10.

    Despues de vestirme, voy a la cocina a desayunar.

    Despues de cenar,estudio, leo y miro television.

    Cuando termino de desayunar, vuelvo al bano, me cepillo los dientes y arreglo mi cuarto.

    Generalmente me despierto a las 7:00 pero me quedo en la cama hasta las 7:10.

    Leo un rato y apago la luz.

    Me desvisto, me pongo el pijama, y me meto en la cama.

    Cuando salgo de la ducha, me seco y me peino.


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    Guess what? You're gonna have to get out your dictionary, translate the sentences, and give it your best shot and then everyone here will be happy to help you if you have problems. But it's unlikely that anyone will just do your work for you.

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    I agree with mariaklec, is your work you have to do it. If you have any problem after you had tried. I will be happy to help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariaklec
    Guess what? You're gonna have to get out your dictionary, translate the sentences, and give it your best shot and then everyone here will be happy to help you if you have problems. But it's unlikely that anyone will just do your work for you.
    If I can translate all these sentences, I would not be here!!!

    this is spanish-english forum, and I want help from anyone so don't be try to seem smart!!!

    Guess what? Say than how can you find "acostarme, reuno,desvisto,regreso, recojo, arreglo, despierto, seco,peino" in dictionary?

    Si tengo tiempo- what does it mean ?

    If I would know these words then I would have had a chance to do this

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    Sorry Wally---I didn't mean to be rude. Ordering the sentences looks to be an exercise for a Spanish class. You must have some sort of textbook and a dictionary to work with, and then to learn it you'll have to do the exercises on your own. Are you a student? Are you doing this for someone else?

    It's true that conjugated verbs can be hard to look up if you don't know what the infinitive form is, so let me get you started:

    acostar/acostarse = to go to bed
    lavar = wash
    cepillar = to brush
    reunir = to meet, get together with
    estudiar = to study
    ir = to go
    desvestir = to get undressed
    duchar
    tener
    lavar
    regresar

    tener - to have
    no tengo tiempo = I don't have time

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    Wally, I guess you were very lucky to have mariaklec help you with some of your work.

    this is spanish-english forum, and I want help from anyone so don't be try to seem smart!!!
    this was very insulting and we are smart indeed, otherwise you would not have come to ask for our help here. This is a place to exchange and learn and if we wish, we can help other people like you but we can also choose not to, so please, refrain from posting sentences like those above.
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    In addition to what my friend Sandy has clearly stated, it is important Wally that you keep in mind that translation is a paid job; that is what we do for living. Of course , we have all helped lots of people who have posted short language questions and doubts, but we do not do school assignments for language students; if they are taking classes they are supposed to have sufficient background to do the work they are assigned, and if you are not being given the tools to do so, I suggest you talk to your teacher, that’s what he (she) gets paid for.

    Lengthy translations they are an entirely different issue, and they require the paid service of a translator. Eventually, someone migh have the time and energy to do them for free, but it is not an obligation , I hope you understand that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariaklec
    Sorry Wally---I didn't mean to be rude. Ordering the sentences looks to be an exercise for a Spanish class. You must have some sort of textbook and a dictionary to work with, and then to learn it you'll have to do the exercises on your own. Are you a student? Are you doing this for someone else?

    It's true that conjugated verbs can be hard to look up if you don't know what the infinitive form is, so let me get you started:

    acostar/acostarse = to go to bed
    lavar = wash
    cepillar = to brush
    reunir = to meet, get together with
    estudiar = to study
    ir = to go
    desvestir = to get undressed
    duchar
    tener
    lavar
    regresar

    tener - to have
    no tengo tiempo = I don't have time
    thank you, I have already given that document to my brother.
    That was my brother homework, he is just 12 years old. Of course he doesn't know very much. I know a little bit spanish. So I have tried to solve his homeworks, thank you anyway, see you..

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