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Omg best comment ever! I lauged out loud :-) i love you referenced thay movie. good job
I mean, that's how children learn new languages - and they do it much better than us :D
He was reading the book so he could learn to write to Mr. Bear better about his bitter honey. ;)
Was the book written by the bee, proofread by a hippo, published by a penguin and distributed by a snake?
Formiga is one of the first words I learned in Portuguese because my husband would sometimes eat food that wasn't his when living with his family, so his sister would refer to him as, "the giant ant." Hehehe. :-)
Just try to create an image of this in your mind... an ant chilling on the couch, reading a book.
I will remember magical sentences better than the boring and very uninteresting sentences which make you want to quit. But that's just me.
A bee that can write letters, and an ant that can read books? These Brazilian insects seem quite talented.
haha, I can explain that. It's an abbreviation for "risos" (laughs). The Brazilian equivalent of LOL.
Lol, I thought I was translating wrong. Why is an erroneous statement used in a sentance?
See the rest of the discussion here for an answer. The sentence is nonsensical, but not erroneous