Spanish-SraJMcGin I'm confused at your answer-plea
posted by Emma- on .
I'm confused by your reply-Is Day of the Saint like having a second birthday? I thought it was false but then according to your answer, I'm thinking it is a kind of second birthday-Thank you for rechecking
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Posted by Emma- on Monday, May 23, 2011 at 2:40pm.
I have a question
Is the Dia del Santo a day that people celebrate a kind of second birthday.
I think that is false because that is a day they celebrate because they share a saint's name, correct and not a second birthday
Spanish 7th gradePlease check SraJMcGin-Could someone help me, please? - Emma-, Monday, May 23, 2011 at 3:45pm
Could you please check the above answer-
Spanish 7th grade-Could someone help me, please? - SraJMcGin, Monday, May 23, 2011 at 3:49pm
Aha! Having a Saint's Day means that you can celebrate twice = once for your birthday and one on your Saint's Day!
Spanish 7th gradeSraJMcGin I'm still confused-Could someone help me, please? - Emma-, Monday, May 23, 2011 at 3:52pm
But I'm still confused-then is it a kind of second birthday?
Sra made it as clear as possible. Your saint's day is like a second birthday.
I'm sorry I didn't mean to be a pest-
You are not a pest. It's always great to see people ask questions when they don't understand. Remember -- no question is ever a stupid question.
True, indeed! Only serious students ask questions; that's how they learn and we are only too happy to help serious students! Sorry, I thought you would understand that it is "true" from what I said! I'll try to make it clearer next time.
Thank you very much-I appreciate you helping