Can any Spanish speakers help?
"Decirle a alguien un secreto" simply means "tell [to] someone a secret" right?
I heard that Decirle can sometimes mean think or believe, so does the above phrase simply mean "tell a secret to someone" or "believe in someone a secret" or "think in someone a secret" (this one doesn't make sense)?
It means telling someone a secret.
Decirle means telling. You're telling someone a secret.
I thought decir had hidden and extra meanings.
You're thinking (heh) of "creo".
Yeah, decir is telling and creo is believe.
This thread gives me some nice nostalgia of my high school Spanish classes and reminds me how much I hated learning verb conjugation. English for life baby! MURICA!
Lo siento. Estas enojado?
(Beats your ass in Spanish)
Someone call for a Spanish beat down?
Hola, me no hablos Spanish
Spreken we nu allemaal andere talen? Is dat hip tegenwoordig?
Calmate. :< Por favor.
Not exactly German, but similar enough to German for me to get the general gist of your question, to which my answer is: Apparently so.
... I think...
EDIT: Google detect language tells me it's Dutch.
Yup, Dutch. German would be:
Sprechen wir jetzt alle sonstige Sprachen? Ist das heute keß?
(might not be 100% accurate, German is my third language, hence why I'm so shit at it.)
Looks right on the money to me. Not that I'm that great at it either
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Blijkbaar. Ik snap er toch allemaal niks van.