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Conmigo: with me
Modelo: model
El número: number 누메로
El cielo: the sky/heaven
Caer: fell (yo caí/tú caíste/él cayó/nosotros caímos/vosotros caísteis/ellos cayeron)
Doler: hurt/regreted (yo dolí/tú doliste/él dolió/nosotros dolimos/vosotros dolisteis/ellos dolieron)
Gustar: like (yo gusto/tú gustas/él gusta/nosotros gustamos/vosotros gustáis/ellos gustan)
Salir: go out 살릴 (yo saigo/tú sales/él sale/nosotros salimos/vosotros salís/ellos salen)
Bailar: dance 바일라 (yo bailo/tú bailas/él baila/nosotros bailamos/vosotros bailáis/ellos bailan)
Dar: give (yo doy/tú das/él da/nosotros damos/vosotros dais/ellos dan)
La casa: house
¿Eres modelo?: are u a model?
Me gustas mucho: i like you a lot
¿Quieres salir conmigo?: do you want to go out with me?
¿Me das tu número?: can i get your number?
¿Quieres bailar conmigo?: do you want to dance with me?
¿En tu casa o en la mia?: in your house or in mine?
¿Te dolió cuando te caíste del cielo?: did it hurt when you fell from heaven?
Los ojos: the eyes
Te: (to) you
A menudo: often
Llamar: call/name 야마르 (yo llamo/tú llamas/él llama/nosotros llamamos/vosotros llamáis/ellos llaman)
Guapo: handsome (guapo/guapa/guapos/guapas)
Preciosa: beautiful/precious (precioso/preciosa/preciosos/preciosas)
Aquí: here
Venir: come (yo vengo/tú vienes/él viene/nosotros venimos/vosotros venís/ellos vienen)
Ser: be (yo soy/tú eres/él es/nosotros somos/vosotros sois/ellos son)
Borracho: drunk (borracho/borracha/borrachos/borrachas)
Intoxicado: poisoned
Hola, preciosa: hello beautiful
¿Cómo te llamas?: what's your name?
¿Cuál es tu nombre?: what is your name?
¿Vienes aquí a menudo?: do you come here often?
¿Quieres ser mi novia: do you want to be my girlfriend?
Te pareces a mi siguiente novia: you look like my next girlfriend
No estoy borracho, sólo intoxicado por ti: i am not drunk, i´m just intoxicated by you
Enamorado: in love (enamorado/enamorada/enamorados/enamoradas)
Para: to/for
Nos: us
De ti: from/with you
Estar: stay/be (yo estoy/tú estás/él está/nosotros estamos/vosotros estáis/ellos están)
Aceptar: accept (yo acepto/tú aceptas/él acepta/nosotros aceptamos/vosotros aceptáis/ellos aceptan)
Necesitar: need/require (yo necesito/tú necesitas/él necesita/nosotros necesitamos/vosotros necesitáis/ellos necesitan)
La condición: the condition 콘디시온
El término: the term 떼르미노
Ofrecer: offer (yo ofrezco/tú ofreces/él ofrece/nosotros ofrecemos/vosotros ofrecéis/ellos ofrecen)
La copa: the drink/cup
La sonrisa the smile
¿Tienes novia?: do you have a girlfriend?
Estoy enamorado de ti: i am in love with you
¡No necesito leer tus términos y condiciones para aceptar te!: i dont need to read your terms and conditions to accept you!
¿Ya nos conocemos?: have we already met?
¿Puedo ofercer te una copa?: can i offer you a drink?
Tienes una sonrisa muy bonita: you have a very beautiful smile
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