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vestido de la cena, vestido de la cena,, vestido de noche formal, vestido de cena, formal, and vestido de noche.
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vestido, vestido de cóctel, la vaina, vestido de coctel, vestido, and dama de honor.
Anna (Age 5): Do tu want to build a snowman? Come on let’s go and play! I never see tu anymore, come out the door, it’s like you’ve gone away We used to be best buddies and now we’re not, I wish tu would tell me why Do tu want to build a snowman? It doesn’t have to be a snowman (Elsa: Go away, Anna!) Okay, bye
Anna (Age 9) (knocks): Do tu want to build a snowman? o ride our bike around the halls? I think some company is overdue, I started talking to, the pictures on the walls — Hang in there, Joan! It gets a little lonely, all these empty rooms, just watching the...
No doubt like many people on this spot, frozen has become my new obsession. I have, in particular, become interested in the many different language versions of the songs. As "Let It Go" is far and away the best song in the movie, I'm especially interested in its various non-English versions.
After listening to many, many different versions, I've compiled a lista of my ten favorito! non-English versions. I judged por not just the quality of the singers' voices, but the translation of the lyrics. I don't really care if they differ drastically from the English lyrics; I judged them por how much I liked...