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“When learning a new language, we often stumble upon phrases that seem straightforward to translate from English to Spanish, only to realize they can lead to confusion or sound odd. I’ve encountered this firsthand with friends who are learning Spanish. I often hear phrases like: “Realicé que estaba en otro lugar” (I realized I was in the wrong place), “no lo había realizado” (I hadn’t realized that), or “Oh! No problemo!” English to Spanish translation mistakes like these are very common, and can sometimes cause confusion for the listener.”

Paulina Gerez, Writer

Avoid these common mistakes when translating from English to Spanish
Want to sound like a Mexican? Avoid these basic English to Spanish translation errors and speak the language like a native.
Avoid these common mistakes when translating from English to Spanish
Want to sound like a Mexican? Avoid these basic English to Spanish translation errors and speak the language like a native.
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