Cirocco Jones (ciroccoj) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Can any native Spanish speakers (preferably South American) help me tell my cousin, who's going to Chile for Christmas, "Have a great time and give your family a big hug for me"? I know all the words, but am not sure if what I've got written will sound a bit... off. Like saying "Have a time that is great, and give that family of yours a big hug on my part," which is all perfectly correct grammatically, but just not how we say it.
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  • FRENCH: yes, sir

    I'd like to ask you what would a French soldier say, after he receives an order, before he goes away. I believe in English it's simply "Yes, sir!"

  • KO == Not OK

    I've noticed that the acronym KO in French and Italian informal communication can mean simply "not OK" without particular relation to the original…

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