Monday, March 19, 2012

Just an experiment- blogging in Spanish/Espanol

I'm interrupting my regular blogging to post in Spanish.  I just wanted to see if the stats went up if I did.

Hoy estoy escribiendo en Espanol para ver si hay gente que tienen blogs tambien.  Aprendi espanol en Ecuador, donde vivi por tres anos.  (Lo siento, no se como anadir los marcos de asento!)  Estoy empezando a escribir un libro, y lo que escribo son cosas que tiene que ver con la cultura hispana (menos Espana).  Me da mucha pena que la gente aqui en los estados unidos estan tan en contra con los latinos.  Creo que si superan que dificil es la vida en los paises menos avansados tendrian mas compasion.

Normalmente, escribo en ingles, pero quise hacerlo en espanol para ver si se encuentran mi blog.  Si tiene un cuento interesante, o quiere decir algo, menos algo desagradable o con malas palabras por favor, yo puedo traducirlo.  La proxima vez, vuelvo a ingles!

So that's it!  Next time I'll be back to English.  By the way, I learned Spanish when I was 21 and living in Ecuador!

15 comments:

  1. Seriously so cool. I'd LOVE to speak another language. It's so beautiful ;)

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    1. I'd like to learn another, just so I could say I'm multi-lingual! Lol:)

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  2. I pretty excited. I understood most of that. Don't ask me to speak it though. :)

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    1. Awesome! Where'd you learn it?

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    2. I studied it in high school and on my own after I got married. Hubby speaks it and both parents speak it (they lived in Spain for three years).

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    3. That's great! Never been to Spain, but I would like to go someday. My husband's grandfather was born in Spain, but then he moved to Colombia, which is where my mother in law
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    1. Too cute! Thanks for the chuckle!

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  4. Wish I knew more than one language. ;)

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    1. It was hard, I'm not gonna lie! But it opened up new worlds for me and I'm glad I did it. Thanks for stopping by:)

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  5. I took four years of Spanish in high school. I remember enough to be able to do some basic reading but this post made me wish I had kept up on it. :(

    That's awesome that you got to spend three years in Ecuador! Good luck with your writings and good luck during the A-to-Z Challenge!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! Fortunately a lot of people around me speak Spanish, including my husband, so it keeps it fresh:)

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  6. wow..what a fun and interesting experiment!!

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  7. That's so cool! I have a friend who's currently living in Ecuador and I'm so jealous. Spanish is such a beautiful language, isn't it? Now I'm really curious, how did it affect your stats? Also, I don't know what type of computer you use but if it's a Mac I can tell you how to change the language so you can use the accents, if you want. I think if you're using Word you can just press the CTRL and apostrophe key at the same time, let go, and then type the letter you want the accent on.

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    1. I got zero hits from Spanish speaking countries, which was disappointing, but having lived in Ecuador, they don't have access to the internet like we do. I think I know what you're talking about with changing the computer over to Spanish, (I saw my husband do it once), I just didn't have him handy to show me how when I posted.

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