Thursday, August 31, 2006

For those of you who don't speak Spanish, let me tell you. We use accents a lot. It's common to ignore them and it even seems poignant when you chat using them. However, I'm that kind of guy who never the less continues respecting orthography. On the other hand being the playful guy I am, two days ago I made a treat with ceci. I wont write a single accent to "fit in". Of course this means me writing becomes a difficult task. "Más (more)", "fácil (easy)", "tú (you)", "difícil (hard)", "perdón (sorry)" and so are common words that now are outside my scope. It's quite challenging, my goal is to be able to pass one full working day without them...

Yesterday I lost when I told her "está en mi conocimiento(it's under my knowledge)", while trying to avoid the simple "lo sé (I know)". Stupid me. Today I tried to say a synonym of "país (country), yet "república (republic)" those have it (though I forgot when I wrote it.

ps. Of course I'm trying to do it without sounding like a dictionary so "political entity" doesn't cut it.


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