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    Quote Originally Posted by cuttiepie12 View Post
    stuff like....why didnt you call me? or i think that guy is hot. stuff like that and how to greet people.
    Why didn't you call me?
    ¿Porqué no me llamastes?

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    has anyone ever heard el mellao by julio voltio? wat is he talking about? translation please....


    Bien pega’o’
    Mami, bien pega’o’,
    (Se repite tres veces)
    Caminando por la calle eslembao’,
    Tranquilito y del trabajo cansao’
    Cuando esta jevita me pasa por al lao’
    Digo: “Vaya mami que tumbao’”

    Que cara linda, que caminao’
    Dos o tres pasos y me dio por mirar pa’ atrás’
    Ea’ rayo mira pa’ ya…
    Yo vi una cosa que me dejó asombrao’
    Había un chamaco almorzando sentao’
    Y no tenía dientes y estaba mellao’
    Y yo le grité: “¡Como mastica ese mellao’!”
    Entonces fue que empezó la confusión,
    Ella pensó que le grite a su colillón
    Yo no sabía por qué razón, Ella viró pa’ atrás y me dio un pescozón
    Mira estúpido, sucio, fresco
    Mami dámelo si me lo merezco

    Solo estas cosas me pasan a mí,
    Por gritarle el corito que dice así…

    [Coro]

    Como mastica ese mellao’
    Tremendo problema que me he buscao’
    Como mastica ese mellao’
    Como guineo en boca de vieja y se quedó mirando pal lao’
    Como mastica ese mellao’

    No tiene dientes pero aprieta como un chao chao
    Como mastica ese mellao’
    Tan chiquitito, oye, pero que esmayao’
    Bien pega’o’
    Mami, bien pega’o’
    Bien pega’o’
    Mami, bien pega’o’
    Bien pega’o’
    Mami, bien pega’o’
    Bien pega’o’
    Mami, bien pega’o’

    Esto pa’ que lo guaye apretao’
    En una esquinita guillao’
    En Colombia, Venezuela o Cibao’
    Desde Cabo Rojo hasta Humacao,
    Que pajo’ ma’?
    Saca lo que tienes guardao’
    Dame un poquito melao’, melao’
    Ten cuidao’ mami por ahí viene el guaraguao,
    Comiendo a tos’ los pollitos soleaos’
    Reguetón moreno, pa’ que mueva el bombón
    Sin pelea lo que hay es vacilón,
    En la calle, discoteca o en el balcón
    O en el brincoteo’ en el colchón

    Bien pegao’
    Mami, bien pegao’
    Bien pegao’
    Mami, bien pegao’
    Bien pegao’
    Mami, bien pegao’
    Bien pegao’
    Mami, bien pegao’

    Saca lo que tienes gualdao’ dame un poquito de ese melao’ melao’
    Llega Julio Voltio contándole al mellao’
    Que no se duerma el aprovechao’

    [Coro 2]

    Como mastica ese mellao’
    El mellao’ es la colilla cuando el pantalón esta bien apretao’
    Como mastica ese mellao’
    El mellao’ se traga el licra , la faldita o ese g-stro ahorcao’
    Como mastica ese mellao’
    No se me ofenda señorita pero le queda de show tirao’
    Como mastica ese mellao’
    Oye abusadora después que la crías, la ahorcas
    Bien pegao’

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    “If cats looked like frogs we'd realize what nasty, cruel little bastards they are. Style. That's what people remember.” ― Terry Pratchett.

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    thanx so much my friend is dominican and she tried translating and she couldn't understand it bcuz she doesn't know that much slang only a lil bit so im gald that you got me the translation...the El mellao video is so funny now i know wat he's saying so its even funnier

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    do you pronounce the g in spanish or is it silent? can sum1 type the alphabet and then show me how you pronounce each letter? por favor

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuttiepie12 View Post
    do you pronounce the g in spanish or is it silent? can sum1 type the alphabet and then show me how you pronounce each letter? por favor
    it depends what vowel it's before. if it's before an e or i (i think) it sounds like a j, and anything else is like an english g.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuttiepie12 View Post
    thanx so much my friend is dominican and she tried translating and she couldn't understand it bcuz she doesn't know that much slang only a lil bit so im gald that you got me the translation...the El mellao video is so funny now i know wat he's saying so its even funnier
    Yep, it's very funny... I don't really like reggaeton at all, but this one song is the exception
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmoney101 View Post
    it depends what vowel it's before. if it's before an e or i (i think) it sounds like a j, and anything else is like an english g.
    I'm going to write "ga, ge, gi, go, gu" with the pronunciation next to it, the way I learned it when I was young (very young) is "ga - gah; ge - heh, gi - he; go - goh; gu - goo

    gata (female cat, pronounced "gahtah")
    gente (people, pronounced "henteh")
    girar (to spin, pronounced "heerar")
    gota (drop, pronounced "gohtah")
    gustar (to like, pronounced "goostar")

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    the sound of the -g as in english got, game, etc

    must be written that way (with all the vowels)

    ga, gue, gui, go, gu

    for the sound -j as he, house, etc

    ja, je/ge, ji/gi, jo, ju

    btw damarys ¿qué indica la h final en la pronunciación?
    go - goh me llama la atención

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    Well, in English, we have diphthongs, so the vowels are often pronounced like two vowels... unlike in Spanish. So the "o" would e pronounced as in "ou". I put the "h" at the end to stop t the slide into the diphthong so that someone would'nt say "gou" for "go".... they would maybe say it like "oh" and not go to the "u".
    People know what "oh" sounds like or "ah" because they are expressions that are used in conversation. Mystery solved? ¿Quizas?

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    is there a difference between the endings -aste and -astes? or -iste and -istes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by damarys View Post
    Well, in English, we have diphthongs, so the vowels are often pronounced like two vowels... unlike in Spanish. So the "o" would e pronounced as in "ou". I put the "h" at the end to stop t the slide into the diphthong so that someone would'nt say "gou" for "go".... they would maybe say it like "oh" and not go to the "u".
    People know what "oh" sounds like or "ah" because they are expressions that are used in conversation. Mystery solved? ¿Quizas?
    Yeah, I understand now what you mean... I had the same doubt as Xiurell in the beginning... thanks for explaining.

    Btw, we also have diphthongs in spanish, but we always write the two vowels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by viciousz_love View Post
    is there a difference between the endings -aste and -astes? or -iste and -istes?
    Yes, there is:

    -astes and -istes are gramatically incorrect, even though it's not unusual to hear them on daily speech.

    That's it! the other two are gramatically correct
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    thats what i thought. like there's a song called welcome to my crib and i was listening to it and there's a part that goes

    "me tomo como tres horas en sacarte una sonrisa
    de esa tristeza que traistes"

    and i never got what traistes meant. but thank you for clearing that up!

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    "traistes"... XD XD... I guess it means trajiste...
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    Quote Originally Posted by damarys View Post
    Well, in English, we have diphthongs, so the vowels are often pronounced like two vowels... unlike in Spanish. So the "o" would e pronounced as in "ou". I put the "h" at the end to stop t the slide into the diphthong so that someone would'nt say "gou" for "go".... they would maybe say it like "oh" and not go to the "u".
    People know what "oh" sounds like or "ah" because they are expressions that are used in conversation. Mystery solved? ¿Quizas?
    Misterio resuelto, gracias

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    Oh, great that I found this thread! I can practise some Spanish...
    Espanol me gusta mucho, por eso estoy estudiandolo.

    Wishing all the best to everyone!!!
    Mivel mindig az okos enged, már rég a hülyék uralkodnak...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nene View Post
    Oh, great that I found this thread! I can practise some Spanish...
    Espanol me gusta mucho, por eso estoy estudiandolo.

    Wishing all the best to everyone!!!
    You're welcome
    Here you will find a lot of friends to help you

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    woow! i´m new in this forum! i´m from spain! and i really like this post!!! i hope everybody could learning spanish and catalan too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luisa_sp View Post
    woow! i´m new in this forum! i´m from spain! and i really like this post!!! i hope everybody could learning spanish and catalan too!!
    Bienvenida al foro Luisa, espero que te diviertas, aquí encontrarás gente estupenda

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