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    hi...could you help me again with this one:

    Cantidad límite de días para la entrega del documento

    could it be:

    number of days permitted to submit the document???

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    the way you said it works, but 'permitted' isn't quite right.

    i'd get around it with:

    time limit for submission of document.
    or,
    number of days remaining to submit the document.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danii
    hi...could you help me again with this one:

    Cantidad límite de días para la entrega del documento

    could it be:

    number of days permitted to submit the document???

    danii
    number of days allowed for submission of document


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    hi hebe - i like that - nicely differentiates 'permit' and 'allow'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermit
    hi hebe - i like that - nicely differentiates 'permit' and 'allow'.
    You know, sometimes I feel so lonely and cought up in my work hermit, but every time I enter the forum I feel we are all doing teamwork.
    By gathering everyone's contribution, we get to the right answer


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    certainly with you there, hebe. every response adds a dimension to the lesson at hand. so valuable.

    it's been quite a while since i retired from the classroom; didn't realize how much i had missed it.

    ?hablas espanol como lengua materna? if so, your english is really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermit
    certainly with you there, hebe. every response adds a dimension to the lesson at hand. so valuable.

    it's been quite a while since i retired from the classroom; didn't realize how much i had missed it.

    ?hablas espanol como lengua materna? if so, your english is really good.
    Gracias por tus palabras tan inspiradoras hermit !!! me motivan a seguir mejorando. Efectivamente, mi lengua materna es el español. ¿Cuál es tu lengua materna?. Escribes perfecto ambos iidomas

    Saludos


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    i speak/write spanish as a second language. written, i guess still
    functional; conversation, como se dice 'rusty'?

    hermit

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermit
    i speak/write spanish as a second language. written, i guess still
    functional; conversation, como se dice 'rusty'?

    hermit
    Hi hermit I lost contact with you. I had to get off the forum becasue the workload here is amazing ( And thanks God for it).

    As for your question, "Rusty" means "oxidado", although it might depend on the context.

    Believe me pal, the Spanish you wrote was more than functional it was perfect. Keep up the good work !!!

    Kindest regards
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    gracias, hebe.

    busque la palabra en el diccionario. creo que 'rusty' en este sentido
    quiere decir 'torpe por falta de practica'.

    viviendo aqui en el canada no hay mucha oportunidad de conversar en castellano. me alegro de poder participar en este foro donde se puede hablar un poco cada dia.

    hasta mas tarde, hermit

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