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Fix & Foxi Intro (Spanish) lyrics

  • Artist: Fix & Foxi (OST)
  • Translations: English
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Fix & Foxi Intro (Spanish)

Yo soy tu amigo, si
Tú eres mi amigo, sí
Yo tengo tantos amigos
más amigos tendré
 
Tú eres mi amigo, sí
Yo soy tu amigo, sí
 
Tu eres mi amigo, sí
Yo soy tu amigo, sí
Vamos ya, vamos ya
Vamos, vamos ya
 
Thanks!
thanked 1 time
Submitted by RealAchampnatorRealAchampnator on 2022-12-06
Last edited by RealAchampnatorRealAchampnator on 2022-12-07

 

Fix & Foxi (OST): Top 3
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Fool EmeritusFool Emeritus    Tue, 06/12/2022 - 10:33

That´s... absolutely not what it says. In fact what most of what you've written would just count as broken Spanish:

Yo soy amigo -> Lacks object. I´m a friend of whom? "Yo soy tu amigo"
Puedos amigo -> First, subject/verb concordance. "Puedo amigo". Still doesn´t make sense. You "can" DO something or BE something, you can´t "can friend". It´d be "Puedo SER (tu) amigo", but still, that´s not what it says. It says "Tú eres mi amigo, sí".

"Yo tengo tan dos amigos" -> "tantos" (so many), not "tan dos". "Tan dos" does not even make grammatical sense.

"más amigos ten dril" -> "ten dril", or "dril" does not even exist in Spanish as a word. "tendré".

"Vamos ja" -> "ja" in Spanish is an onomatopeic sound denoting laughter, and "j" in Spanish is *not* pronounced as "j" in German. What it says is "Vamos ya".

Please edit the original text and the corresponding translations.

FreigeistFreigeist    Tue, 06/12/2022 - 11:13

In my first English class I tried to write a word the teacher hadn't tought us yet.
I tried to write "school" and wrote "skool".
Teeth smile

Sailor PokeMoon2Sailor PokeMoon2    Tue, 06/12/2022 - 11:18

Ha ha! I did that too in my first English class (and I am a native English speaker too). It took me at least a year to stop spelling it like that.

Fool EmeritusFool Emeritus    Tue, 06/12/2022 - 11:33

I spent the longest time using "hamper" instead of "hinder" for no good reason at all. In my head it just made sense XDDD

Alma BarrocaAlma Barroca    Tue, 06/12/2022 - 19:34

Which reminds me of when I used the word *junkie* to name a character whose name was *Jackie* in a listening/repetition drill Regular smile

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