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"LA" Rueda

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Its not THE Rueda it is LA Rueda!
They've told us several times it comes from Cuba - how come us Brits are so damn ignorant!
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago

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Well, like a cat on hot bricks.... Fancy a dance?

Prefer a salsa or a waltz or a quickstep or even LA rueda.
Did I mention it was "LA" Rueda???
Hmmmm - Quickstep.... I can be good at that....

ESPECIALLY when Isee that doggie next door!

Yes I think we got the gist is was LA.... PMSL!!
We dont say 'la' - we translate it to 'the'.
The french call 'the weekend' - 'le weekend' do we post that they are wrong and it should be the 'the weekend' no - we let it go!
PS I'm going 'The Angeles' in California for my holidays next year.
so we should be translating all of it - ie THE WHEEL!
you cant pick and choose the words you want to translate!
The words 'the/la/le' etc are translated as they indicate a definite article used before a noun/name and they are language specific - names/nouns usually remain untranslated.
To quote a French example again, 'le quick step' - two english words quick and step but with the french le. "The Quick Step" = English. "Le Quick Step" = French. Makes perfect sense.

still think its wrong

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