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Texasking

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My advice as a first timer.
« on: December 10, 2017, 01:20:31 PM »
I’ll keep this short. If you are reading this then you’re doing your research. Good for you.  However,  no matter how much you read you will still be overwhelmed your first day here.
1.  No need for tagged, Cupid, etc your first time.  Use your excitement to learn Spanish. If you don’t know Spanish download google translate and learn how to use it.
2.  Download whatapp. All chicas  use that to set appt. it’s like a business card.  Text them and work out your deal. Price vary base on Chicas. You can’t get the best girl in the club for 1000 peso. It’s not going to happen and the reason is that she know she can get more and she will get more.   Ok it’s December 2017 so things can change over time so here is my perspective on price as they are now.
      A.  If you are approached off the street and you like what you see. Start out at 1000 peso. Don’t feel bad just say 1000 peso and work out a deal from there.
      B. Avg.  chica will want 1500 to 2000 peso. off the street
      C. A 8-10. They are going for 3000+. You can get some top girls for 3000 peso but it will be more if you want to keep them all night.  It’s your first time here so they know you’re not great at negotiating so they give you a price like $130us for all night and you offer $110 and you think you did great. Not!!!  By the time you leave you would have figured it out.  Top girls cost more but not that much more.   The absolute top price is $150 for all night.   Thats what they are charging at picflor(sp) and those are the best girls here.  If you have it to spend and you want to spends it by all means do you.
      D. Everyone is competing for your money!  Everyone!  Nothing is free here!  The best thing you can do is introduce yourself to other brothers from the US. They will offer free advice because they can afford to. Do not let these Dominican guys show you around because it will cost you.  Do not allow them to follow you like they are showing you where to go. They all want to help and they all want a tip.
       E.  Last thing, pace yourself. After two days I’m tired and it’s hard to recover if you dive in too fast. The women will treat you nice but remember it’s a business for them.  After you smash they can’t afford to sit around with you.  Just respect that and keep it moving. No love lost. When you ready just text and they will be dropped  off at your spot.  Oh one last thing. Try not to stay at some cheap or expensive unknown spot. Everyone needs to know the place where your staying. If not it will make it difficult to find you but they will find you.  Enjoy and have fun.
« Last Edit: December 12, 2017, 05:24:19 PM by Texasking »

FuenteFuente

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Re: My advise as a first timer.
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2017, 05:25:37 PM »
Most of the advice here is excellent, but be realistic about learning Spanish. It'll take a few years (yes years) of study to become competent in Spanish. Sure, you can learn a few words here and there, but becoming proficient enough to hold a conversation? Very difficult. The biggest issue is understanding what they are saying when they reply to you. The words tumble out of their mouths so fast that you might not understand any of them.

But the advice about Google Translate is right on. That's usually good enough if you are only going to visit the DR once or twice a year.  If you plan to eventually come four or five times a year then yeah, enroll in some Spanish classes back home and go for it.
Women need a reason to have sex. Men just need a place. Sosua will do just fine.

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Re: My advise as a first timer.
« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2017, 10:08:20 AM »
Most of the advice here is excellent, but be realistic about learning Spanish. It'll take a few years (yes years) of study to become competent in Spanish. Sure, you can learn a few words here and there, but becoming proficient enough to hold a conversation? Very difficult. The biggest issue is understanding what they are saying when they reply to you. The words tumble out of their mouths so fast that you might not understand any of them.

But the advice about Google Translate is right on. That's usually good enough if you are only going to visit the DR once or twice a year.  If you plan to eventually come four or five times a year then yeah, enroll in some Spanish classes back home and go for it.

Fuente, you're right about how the words sound like they are concatenated coming out of their mouths, it will take some time to learn how to hold a convo if they don't speak slow.
But I think most of the problem is most dominicans speak ghetto spanish due to the education gap there.

FuenteFuente

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Re: My advise as a first timer.
« Reply #3 on: December 11, 2017, 10:57:33 AM »
@blklouky, You hit it right on the head. There is no way to prepare for understanding ghetto Spanish. You can't learn ghetto Spanish from lessons here in the states and Google translate won't help either. The only way to really learn the slang is to spend lots of time out in the barrios with the chicas, and that's not really practical for guys making only one or two short trips a year.
Women need a reason to have sex. Men just need a place. Sosua will do just fine.

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Re: My advise as a first timer.
« Reply #4 on: December 11, 2017, 06:22:35 PM »
Good points, ccontraction, but my point is that the fundamentals-based learning you are talking about takes years of study. A weekend warrior jetting into the DR 1-2 times a year will have a hard time mastering Spanish in the way that you describe.
Women need a reason to have sex. Men just need a place. Sosua will do just fine.

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Re: My advise as a first timer.
« Reply #5 on: December 11, 2017, 06:57:34 PM »
Fuente...Absolutely, you are totally correct on that!

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Re: My advise as a first timer.
« Reply #6 on: December 11, 2017, 08:59:15 PM »
@ccontraction that is funny
slang is spoken here on a regular
especially in the hood
one of my co-workers today said to me
cmon blood whad up wit that homes?
in an unprofessional sitting we all talk slang
made up idiomas

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Re: My advise as a first timer.
« Reply #7 on: December 12, 2017, 04:40:19 PM »
 Without the worry of being flame to buy all these experts. I’ll give you my experience. I literally went knowing zero Spanish. What I did not do was rely on my translator. It is grueling and painstaking but if you do it with a smile and having fun every Dominican  will be glad to help you learn and correct you , they will walk you through Spanish. It’s going to be very difficult at first. But this is the reason why immersion programs are the best because it forces you to adapt. Now if you’re the type who loves a challenge you could learn enough conversational Dominican Spanish in about two weeks To be able to communicate what you’re trying to communicate. Now understanding that’s completely different everything everyone has said up to this point definitely pertains to you when it comes to understanding Dominican Spanish or Spanish or another language in general but if what you want to do is communicate what you want to communicate and that can be done fairly quickly if you’re dedicated and you fight the urge to use the translator. The weather or use a translator was for one single word. I would try as hard as I could and then if I could not think of the word I would use the translator. But that was me YMMV
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Re: My advise as a first timer.
« Reply #8 on: December 12, 2017, 05:09:24 PM »
Please define conversational and dominican conversational spanish. Give a few  examples of what you mean please.

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Re: My advice as a first timer.
« Reply #9 on: December 14, 2017, 11:14:49 AM »
Anyone who tells you they learned conversational anyrhing in two weeks is calling you an idiot if you believe it...

HitandRun...
conversational language is carrying on a conversation about a subject that you know...Not saying two words in that language then the rest in your own language...By the way no one can teach you when they camnot speak a lick of english and you canmot speak a lick of spanish...That would take living it for a very long time.

You have no idea what a verb, preposition, conjunction, or noun means coming from their mouths...You have no more reference then a dog barking at you telling you to duck...How the hell you going to learn how to sit down and have a freaking conversation about anyrhing in two weeks in any language...

Sentence structure makes up sentences that makes up paragraphs which is conversation used as a back and forth...When you go to school for a language it starts with a teacher who speaks your language to explain their language and teach you...Two weeks lmao ok, Swamp Land for sale!
« Last Edit: December 14, 2017, 11:52:49 AM by ccontraction »

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Re: My advice as a first timer.
« Reply #10 on: December 14, 2017, 12:24:35 PM »
Anyone who tells you they learned conversational anyrhing in two weeks is calling you an idiot if you believe it...

HitandRun...
conversational language is carrying on a conversation about a subject that you know...Not saying two words in that language then the rest in your own language...By the way no one can teach you when they camnot speak a lick of english and you canmot speak a lick of spanish...That would take living it for a very long time.

You have no idea what a verb, preposition, conjunction, or noun means coming from their mouths...You have no more reference then a dog barking at you telling you to duck...How the hell you going to learn how to sit down and have a freaking conversation about anyrhing in two weeks in any language...

Sentence structure makes up sentences that makes up paragraphs which is conversation used as a back and forth...When you go to school for a language it starts with a teacher who speaks your language to explain their language and teach you...Two weeks lmao ok, Swamp Land for sale!

Wat up father Ccon ?

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Re: My advice as a first timer.
« Reply #11 on: December 14, 2017, 03:22:54 PM »
You Worst!...Things are good on this end...Making plans for a return.

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Re: My advice as a first timer.
« Reply #12 on: January 10, 2018, 05:22:49 AM »
I’ll keep this short. If you are reading this then you’re doing your research. Good for you.  However,  no matter how much you read you will still be overwhelmed your first day here.
1.  No need for tagged, Cupid, etc your first time.  Use your excitement to learn Spanish. If you don’t know Spanish download google translate and learn how to use it.
2.  Download whatapp. All chicas  use that to set appt. it’s like a business card.  Text them and work out your deal. Price vary base on Chicas. You can’t get the best girl in the club for 1000 peso. It’s not going to happen and the reason is that she know she can get more and she will get more.   Ok it’s December 2017 so things can change over time so here is my perspective on price as they are now.
      A.  If you are approached off the street and you like what you see. Start out at 1000 peso. Don’t feel bad just say 1000 peso and work out a deal from there.
      B. Avg.  chica will want 1500 to 2000 peso. off the street
      C. A 8-10. They are going for 3000+. You can get some top girls for 3000 peso but it will be more if you want to keep them all night.  It’s your first time here so they know you’re not great at negotiating so they give you a price like $130us for all night and you offer $110 and you think you did great. Not!!!  By the time you leave you would have figured it out.  Top girls cost more but not that much more.   The absolute top price is $150 for all night.   Thats what they are charging at picflor(sp) and those are the best girls here.  If you have it to spend and you want to spends it by all means do you.
      D. Everyone is competing for your money!  Everyone!  Nothing is free here!  The best thing you can do is introduce yourself to other brothers from the US. They will offer free advice because they can afford to. Do not let these Dominican guys show you around because it will cost you.  Do not allow them to follow you like they are showing you where to go. They all want to help and they all want a tip.
       E.  Last thing, pace yourself. After two days I’m tired and it’s hard to recover if you dive in too fast. The women will treat you nice but remember it’s a business for them.  After you smash they can’t afford to sit around with you.  Just respect that and keep it moving. No love lost. When you ready just text and they will be dropped  off at your spot.  Oh one last thing. Try not to stay at some cheap or expensive unknown spot. Everyone needs to know the place where your staying. If not it will make it difficult to find you but they will find you.  Enjoy and have fun.

Excellent advice!

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Re: My advice as a first timer.
« Reply #13 on: January 11, 2018, 02:04:49 AM »
I second this!

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Re: My advice as a first timer.
« Reply #14 on: January 11, 2018, 05:07:12 AM »
real good advice especially when encountering any locals.

 


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