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Re: [sptranslators] la toma de un examen

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  • randerso
    Thank you, Gerard. Others may feel free to contribute if you have different translations, since I am trying to survey as many countries as possible. And thanks
    Message 1 of 8 , Sep 1 9:31 AM
      Thank you, Gerard. Others may feel free to contribute if you have
      different translations, since I am trying to survey as many countries as
      possible. And thanks to all in advance.
      Robert
      > Robert R. Anderson wrote:
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      >> How do students say "to make up an exam" these days?
      >> The sentence is "If you miss an examination, you have to make
      >> it up."
      >> Please indicate your country.
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    • lauramarifil
      En Argentina, diríamos recuperar un examen . Si desapruebo o pierdo la primera fecha de un examen, tengo que recuperarlo (en un recuperatorio , que sería
      Message 2 of 8 , Sep 2 8:25 AM
        En Argentina, diríamos "recuperar un examen". Si desapruebo o pierdo
        la primera fecha de un examen, tengo que recuperarlo (en
        un "recuperatorio", que sería la segunda instancia de un mismo
        examen. Espero que sirva.
        Saludos!

        --- In sptranslators@yahoogroups.com, randerso <randerso@...> wrote:
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        > Thank you, Gerard. Others may feel free to contribute if you have
        > different translations, since I am trying to survey as many
        countries as
        > possible. And thanks to all in advance.
        > Robert
        > > Robert R. Anderson wrote:
        > >
        > >> How do students say "to make up an exam" these days?
        > >> The sentence is "If you miss an examination, you have to make
        > >> it up."
        > >> Please indicate your country.
        > >>
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        > > Visit the group's home page for email addresses to use in
        managing your account and/or to contact the Moderator/List Owner.
        The link to the home page is given below.
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