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By LeChameauTrisomique / Friday 14 March 2014 04:33 / France - Saint-germain-de-la-grange
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By  iLike2Teabag  |  27

I was thinking of something entirely different when I read "Spanish oral exam"...

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Hehehe. I hope that double entendre was on purpose.

By  AlonsoKold  |  15

Como te llamo

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  jazzy_123  |  20

31, if it was intended as a question yes it makes perfect sense. it could be 'como te llamo' like how do I contact you? (phone call) or 'como te llamo' as in asking someone what name they would like to be called, although that one seems a bit more unnatural.

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  jazzy_123  |  20

actually both make sense. "como te llamo"= how do I call (contact) you; "como te llamas"= what is your name. lol and yes including accent marks but my phone can't do those

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  amzing_a16  |  10

Yeah she got an A... -_-

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