LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||30/MAR/2012 7:36 PM|
3. Ross says: "Aruba, this time of year... talk about your... big lizards". Why does he say "talk about your"?
This is a colloquial way to introduce a new subject.
In the northeastern region of Brazil the colloquial equivalent to "talk about (something) is "pense num/numa" etc.
This way, it would be translated into "pense nums lagartões! " and the Dale´s example would be "pense num calor!" (all of them with the due exclamation way of speaking...usually with more emphasis in the "pense")
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