How do you say "Get out of the way, please" in Spanish talking to a child
Nov 25, 2014 3:20 AM
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If you say "sal del camino", the child has to be in an actual path/road. When you are asking someone to move because you want to pass, you can say this: Aparta / Apártate (this sounds quite harsh) ¿Me dejas pasar? (this is honestly what I'd be most likely to say to a child in this case).
November 25, 2014
¿Podrías salir del paso, por favor? Best regards, Alejo.
November 25, 2014
You can say ''¿Te importaría dejarme pasar?'', ''¿Me deja pasar?'', ''¿Le importaría apartarse de mi camino?''
November 30, 2014
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