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Old 04-15-2011, 07:28 PM
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Figure.N9ne
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Originally Posted by Lieutenant Loughead View Post
The literal translation of "no va" is "you (formal) do not go".

It is absolutely something that a Spanish speaking person might say to a superior or someone they respect. Though they would pronounce it "no vba" because they add a "b" when they pronounce their "v".
it's actually doesn't go and can be used to talk about a person or a thing.

el avion no va a mexico

The plane doesn't go to mexico

El piloto no va.

the pilot doesn't go.

also the B sound depends on where the person is from. Cubans pronounce va like vah with no B sound.
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