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Traducción de help – Diccionario Inglés-Italiano

My mum said she would help with the costs of buying a house. Mia madre ha detto che avrebbe aiutato con le spese per l’acquisto di una casa.

When you’re nervous or frightened, it helps to breathe slowly. Quando si è agitati o spaventati, aiuta respirare lentamente.

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We managed to open the box with the help of a knife. Siamo riusciti ad aprire la scatola con l’aiuto di un coltello.

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Traducción de help | Diccionario PASSWORD Inglés-Italiano

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Pupils were told that they could ask their teachers, another adult or friend for help with the sheets if they needed this.

Also, hybrid strategies applied to formation control could help to enhance formation control performance in some robotic tasks.

This first synthesis in turn helped in the production of a more perspicuous analysis, with a more satisfactory synthesis.

The risk is that clinicians increasingly will be reluctant to do quite ordinary procedures to help patients because of existing guidelines.

The role of a doctor is to help the patient at all times and remove the anxiety surrounding the condition.

Second, physically speaking, patients are usually helped in any such transfer by a nurse, a doctor, or one of the patient’s relatives.

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Así es aquí en PR. Se nota mucho más cuando texteas.
Es prácticamente nuestro idioma oficial, honestamente.

ohhh, i wasn’t aware it meant “do” as well, thanks

again, 6 years of spanish classes really aren’t showing much effect

@Makio
Just for this particular sentence.
Sometimes sentences don’t make sense when you try to translate word by word. That’s because every language have their own expressions, sometimes their own words that doesn’t exist on other languages, and their way to order words on sentences.
“Sí” it’s still “Yes”, but on this specific case it’s not about the words but on the way of saying.

As for your spanish classes, they alone aren’t helpful unless you use them to train outside classes.
Try such things as changing your cellphone or games language to spanish, start watching movies dubbed in spanish but with subtitles in english, take a look at some spanish channels and try to use some spanish foruns or chats to make use of what you learn and still are learning.
I’m not spanish and neither from a country where spanish is the main or one of the native languages. In fact, I’m from Portugal and since portuguese people used (and sometimes still do, but not as much as before) to have summer vacations on Spain, that’s where we learned some spanish. Since we didn’t had cartoons, videogames and other type of entertainment dubbed in portuguese until around 2000’s, a lot of things we got came on their native languages. That includes not only spanish, but also english and some rarer games even in french and also japanese.
However, even if we understand and talk castellano, the spanish don’t understand Portugal’s portuguese and don’t know how to talk even if they are our neighboors. But some of them can understand very, very slightly the brazillian’s portuguese (yes, it’s different).

Ostias ya estoy harto de estos espadachines de anime genericos que Sakurai sigue metiendo al juego. No han incluido a ningun personaje emocionante desde que incluyeron a El prisas hace mas de 10 años y aqui ya llevamos buen tiempo pidiendo a carlos el topo que gira.

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ohhh, i wasn’t aware it meant “do” as well, thanks

again, 6 years of spanish classes really aren’t showing much effect

@Makio
It’s matter of context. “Do” doesn’t mean “Si”.
It’s only in a situation when you want to confirm something and be 100% clear.

Because this translation is correct.
I do my homework = Yo hago mi tarea.

Yo si hago mi tarea” is just more. Like reinforcing that you really do your homework.

@Makio
It’s matter of context. “Do” doesn’t mean “Si”.
It’s only in a situation when you want to confirm something and be 100% clear.

Because this translation is correct.
I do my homework = Yo hago mi tarea.

Yo si hago mi tarea” is just more. Like reinforcing that you really do your homework.

Tienes que utilizar el tilde. Es ” sí “. Sí, con el tilde, significa “yes” en Inglés, y “si” sin tilde significa “if”.

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Tienes que utilizar el tilde. Es ” sí “. Sí, con el tilde, significa “yes” en Inglés, y “si” sin tilde significa “if”.

@Makio
Just for this particular sentence.
Sometimes sentences don’t make sense when you try to translate word by word. That’s because every language have their own expressions, sometimes their own words that doesn’t exist on other languages, and their way to order words on sentences.
“Sí” it’s still “Yes”, but on this specific case it’s not about the words but on the way of saying.

As for your spanish classes, they alone aren’t helpful unless you use them to train outside classes.
Try such things as changing your cellphone or games language to spanish, start watching movies dubbed in spanish but with subtitles in english, take a look at some spanish channels and try to use some spanish foruns or chats to make use of what you learn and still are learning.
I’m not spanish and neither from a country where spanish is the main or one of the native languages. In fact, I’m from Portugal and since portuguese people used (and sometimes still do, but not as much as before) to have summer vacations on Spain, that’s where we learned some spanish. Since we didn’t had cartoons, videogames and other type of entertainment dubbed in portuguese until around 2000’s, a lot of things we got came on their native languages. That includes not only spanish, but also english and some rarer games even in french and also japanese.
However, even if we understand and talk castellano, the spanish don’t understand Portugal’s portuguese and don’t know how to talk even if they are our neighboors. But some of them can understand very, very slightly the brazillian’s portuguese (yes, it’s different).

i see, this is very helpful, thank you for the information and assistance. i feel like some of what i learned in the classes is coming back to me now, like with direct translations being difficult. i like your suggestion about exposing myself to the language more in a real world context in order to help learn, maybe my boyfriend can help me out too. i’ve always wanted to learn more languages

It’s matter of context. “Do” doesn’t mean “Si”.
It’s only in a situation when you want to confirm something and be 100% clear.

got it, thanks for the clarification and example

Yu-Gi-Oh taught me a lot about wealth disparity, but also that you don’t touch a man’s foie gras if you aren’t willing to get your game on for it.

homework

A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).

(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).

You have to do all your homework to receive a good grade in the class. Tienes que hacer toda tu tarea para sacar una buena nota en la clase.

(m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).

Our teacher assigned us homework over winter break. Nuestro maestro nos asignó deberes durante las vacaciones de invierno.