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Hi, I'm reading a story and I want to know what the "hice ris, ras" part in the following sentence means: "Fui yo, hice ris, ras, en las cortinas, ....". Webmaster
Hei Webmaster. This depends on the context. Maybe: 1) I opened the curtain, first whit the right hand (ris) and then with the left one(ras) 2) I tore the curtain, first with the right hand (ris) then with the left one (ras). Ris and ras is the "sound" when one cloth is torn. M.v.h. Vicente
Thank you Vicente, that makes sense. Finn
Hi webmaster :): although I do not write in the forum, I always take time to read what happens here. ris ras = sound of the curtains when they move or close. I am happy to say hello and hope you are well
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