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    can someone please tell me what this means?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lili
    can someone please tell me what this means?

    thank you
    Hi lili, it means "we haven't talked for a while

    Hope it helps


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    thanks hebe

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    Default Re: hace mucho no hablamos

    It means:
    We hadn't talked in a while.

    If you need more help, please contact me. Thanks.

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    Wouldn’t “we hadn’t talked” be “no habíamos hablado”?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gernt
    Wouldn’t “we hadn’t talked” be “no habíamos hablado”?
    That´s correct gernt. So the translation in this case should be "we haven´t talked" (which means we still have not taken the time to have a chat) and not "we hadn't talked" (which probably means that we finally took the time to talk) . present perfect vs. past perfect"

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    Gracias. Me siento un poquito menos confundido.

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    Default Re: hace mucho no hablamos

    Another, more colloquial, but lengthier, translation would be:
    "its been quite a while since we last talked"

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