Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Colombia"

Synonyms of "Colombia" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Why did you move to Colombia? e what made you move to Colombia? ?
A: Yup! I think the second one emphasizes the question a little bit more but I had to overthink it a bit to even come up with that difference, so they're basically the same.

Translations of "Colombia"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Hello, I am from Colombia, I am here to speak with different people of native English, who can send me their methods to learn English and learn about their country.
A: Hello, I am from Colombia. I am here to speak with different native English speakers. I am interested in methods to learn English and learning about their country.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Colombia
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? hello I'm from Colombia and I want to learn English
A: Hello, I'm from Colombia and I want to learn English
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? en Colombia no hay programas de variedades en vez de eso hay muchos de stand Up comedy
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Colombia
A: its the same "Colombia" just how you would say it in Spanish its the same in english. :)

Other questions about "Colombia"

Q: In Colombia, we have a system called “estratos” that classifies people by their socioeconomic status, generally assigned according to the place or property where someone lives and not by their income. This system classifies people from 1 to 6:

•1 to 3: low-income people
•4: middle-class people
•5 and 6: upper-class people

Is there such a system in the United States? Does it classifies people by annual income, the place where they live or something else?
A: I have never heard of such a thing. Maybe the government has something like that but it’s not commonly known in the public.

We often talk about “tax brackets” which groups people by how much taxes they pay based on their income. If you make less than 12,000 a year you are in the first bracket and pay no taxes. If you makes between 12,000 and 30,000 you are in the second bracket and pay 20% taxes. If you make between 30,000 and 60,000 you are in the third bracket and pay 25% taxes, etc.

I just made those numbers up but that’s generally how the system works.
Q: Hello! In Colombia, we have a word to refer to people who have your same name:

Do you guys have a word for this?
A: Closest I could think of is namesake
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar ‎In Colombia the people speak Spanish very good. I am happy for to live in this beautiful country, the women are nice and very tall. I am work at a hospital with my wife and I have two cats. .
A:
Hi, I hope that you are having a great time so far!

Before tell you your paragraph. I will like to help you make it better.

In Colombia the people speak Spanish very good. I’m happy living(living because you describe that you live there) in this beautiful country. The women are very nice and tall. I work at the hospital(describe the hospital) with my wife and I have to cats.


-I will say that is good but I just edited to make it better.
Hopefully this might help you and keep working in your English.


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Q: "Colombia will get a better presidente" "Colombia will become another Venezuela" "The Farc will hand over their weapons" "Citizens will be happy for peace" ¿Está bien escrito?:)😊
A: Mut bien! Very good!
Q: Colombia will be better in the next few years ¿está bien escrito? ^^
A: @_maria_14_: ¡si!

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