A (vixen_in_violet) wrote in linguaphiles,

A certain sentence in Spanish

I've already tried googling this stuff, but I'm not finding the answer I'm looking for. If I wanted to say something along the lines of "May you suffer forever" or "I hope you suffer forever" in Spanish, can it be said like "Que sufras para siempre"? Or can you not start it with "que"? Also, (and I hope I'm not breaking any rules by doing this) I've got a quick question for a sentence in English. Is a comma required after the word "least" in the sentence "At least that's what she'd let him believe"? Or if it was a sentence like "At least not to her knowledge." Yes, I am a bit nitpicky, but knowing for future reference can never hurt. Thanks. :)

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