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¡No necesito leer tus términos y condiciones para aceptarte! (en → es)

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¡No necesito leer tus términos y condiciones para aceptarte!

en: I do not need to read your terms of service to accept you!

Duolingo forum topic: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/1299956

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Explorer
Portugal

Re: ¡No necesito leer tus términos y condiciones para aceptarte! (en → es)

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This sentence is from the flirting lesson in the Spanish course. Please, PLEASE, never say that in real life, unless you want to sound like a weirdo :D

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gmads
Mexico

Re: ¡No necesito leer tus términos y condiciones para aceptarte! (en → es)

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Explorer wrote: Thu May 05, 2022 9:05 pm

This sentence is from the flirting lesson in the Spanish course.

Wow, I would have never guessed it!

Explorer wrote: Thu May 05, 2022 9:05 pm

never say that in real life, unless you want to sound like a weirdo :D

Or a complete :geek:

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Re: ¡No necesito leer tus términos y condiciones para aceptarte! (en → es)

Post by Jimbo »

I still think 'terms and conditions' is both the more literal translation and, more importantly given which way this exercise goes, more likely to be what would be seen in English.

And yeah, I seriously question this thing's placement in the flirting set. Duolingo trying to keep everyone single so they have more time for language learning, perhaps? (I'll have to find out how many of the other languages have that question set.)

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