Why We Love years in spanish translation (And You Should, Too!)
This is my translation of Spanish for summer. I was born in the U.S. and have never been sent to another country while I lived in the U.S.
While I’m still not entirely sure what I’m doing here, I think I’m going down a rabbit hole into Spanish culture and language. I’m in my middle 20s and have lived in the U.S. off and on for the last 10 years. I am fluent in Spanish, but can’t speak it, so I’ve been making the Spanish version of myself here.
I think Im in my mid-20s, but Ive spent the last ten years on the internet. I am fluent in Spanish, but cant speak it, so Ive been making the Spanish version of myself here. Im also fluent in Japanese and Dutch, but they aren’t particularly my thing.
Im an avid gamer and writer, so Ive been spending a lot of time here. Ive been here since the beginning and Ive been blogging here since 2008. Im also a huge fan of games like Skyrim, Fallout, and The Witcher. Ive spent five weeks in the summer of 2010 in South America and the first four days of August in Europe. Ive been very active in the gaming and gaming culture here and Im really glad to be here for a while.
It’s been a while. But I can’t tell you how much I appreciate you taking the time to read this article. Thank you so much for taking the time to write and give us your opinion. You have inspired me to spend more time and energy on my own site, which can be found here.
I hope you enjoy it. If you really want to know more about the gaming culture in South America, check out this great thread by one of our friends from Spain.
As usual, there are a lot of questions in this thread.
Like I said, there are a lot of questions, but I think what makes this a great article is that it has a lot of information written about it. It’s not just a bunch of numbers like “three months.” It’s written in a way that’s very accessible to people from all over the globe. This article is a must-read for anyone interested in video games in South America, whether they are hardcore fans or not.
I really feel like the quality of the translation is excellent. I think that it would be difficult to find an English language that is better than this one. It has a lot of great info about South America, but I think it is the best, because it has the most information about South America, but also includes the most information about the game itself.
I’m not gonna lie. I’ve been looking for this info for a while now, but I have to say that I never found it. I found it in this article and I will include it in this article.