Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Donde estan translacion?

My dear friend, Stacie, informed me in the comments that she thought "vamanos" means "let's go". And it's not that I don't trust her because she did spend half a summer in some Spanish-speaking country (Where I think she learned how to say "Donde estan lavatorio?" a lot, bless her heart.) but I had to find out for sure. I had been told vamanos meant "hurry".

Well, not only did I confirm that vamanos does indeed mean "let's go" in Spanish, but I also learned how to ask

Donde estan sus armas?

I'm sure that will come in handy in my chosen profession.

7 comments:

MamaKBear said...

LOL I was gonna tell you that too...I only know because Destiny has a Dora the Explorer potty seat and written all over it is "Vamanos! Let's go!"

hehehe

Jennifer said...

maybe I need to watch Dora more often.... my Spanish bites and I'm taking it online right now.. I know online... what was I thinking?? are you asking:
where is their arm????
Who lost their arm?

MamaKBear said...

Where are your arms?

Recklace said...

Where are the weapons?

No señale esa arma en mí! ;)

Redneck Diva said...

Mama K, Vamanos! Donde estan lavatorio?

Jennifer, Dora is enlightening. In an annoying preschool kind of way.

Nope, close.

Mama K, close!

Recklace, YES! Being a displaced Texan comes in handy occasionally, eh?

¿Qué arma entonces indica?

Recklace said...

Tu vive in Oklahoma, en el pais. Tu necesita un arma!

Tres anos de espanol, y mi profesor era de Peru. Despues, la mayoria de mis pacientes de farmacia son mexicanos!

Stacie said...

Ahh, Dora. Not since the hay days of Sesame Street has a show brought samll Spanish phrases into the vocabulary of our preschoolers.
Come on, vamanos! Everybody "LET'S GO!"
Since I've changed jobs, I no longer have to watch good ole Dora EVERY DAY. Only occasionly when someone pops in "Dora~Fiesta" do I get the honors.
It was cute watching my little babies say "Pack-pack! Pack-pack!"