¿alguien me puede pasar estos 3 textos a word por separado?

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  • "Ingredients

    chestnuts, as many as they want.
    a source that you can put on the stove.
    a burner
    Preparation

    Remove some of the shells of chestnuts like, "down the middle" or "Mario Baracus hairstyle."
    Put the chestnuts roasting on the source, over medium heat for 20 minutes. It is normal that burns the skin, but still scrambling occasionally with a wooden spoon.
    Remove to Put it in a wet cloth. In this way you can peel much more easily (the chestnut has to be a canary yellow color and texture pseudo walnut)."

    "HISTORY OF CHESTNUT

    In the Middle Ages and to remind everyone overlooked the need to pray for the dead during the night of All Saints rang the bells of all parishes and monasteries in such a way that the sexton needed a large supply of energy for recovery effort.

    As the most abundant chestnut fruit fall, recovering from fatigue with chestnuts and sips of white wine to make them stepping stones. As the number of towers was very high in those days and the sexton people were being added and closest relatives, in an eagerness to share with them their sorrows and joys, all eventually ended up eating chestnuts and drinking wine.

    Later, in the villages, in the afternoon all the men were engaged in collecting chestnuts, sweet potatoes and firewood, women made cakes like the current "panellets" (a pastry made from ground almonds and sugar) and upon reaching the night they gathered around the fire eating chestnuts and sweet potatoes roasted over a wood fire and had brought cupcakes and women and celebrated the end of the harvest and prayed for the dead.

    There was also a tradition that the children had to leave nuts hidden in some corner of the house that night, the souls of the missing come to collect them and trade them for "panellets" or quince (depending on the area .)

    In the late eighteenth century the custom had spread so that the chestnut becomes a trade item and then makes its appearance the figure of the chestnuts, roasted chestnuts women in fire and sold in street stalls."

    "typical Spanish chestnut"

  • @angas90 said:

    "Ingredients

    chestnuts, as many as they want.
    a source that you can put on the stove.
    a burner
    Preparation

    Remove some of the shells of chestnuts like, "down the middle" or "Mario Baracus hairstyle."
    Put the chestnuts roasting on the source, over medium heat for 20 minutes. It is normal that burns the skin, but still scrambling occasionally with a wooden spoon.
    Remove to Put it in a wet cloth. In this way you can peel much more easily (the chestnut has to be a canary yellow color and texture pseudo walnut)."

    "HISTORY OF CHESTNUT

    In the Middle Ages and to remind everyone overlooked the need to pray for the dead during the night of All Saints rang the bells of all parishes and monasteries in such a way that the sexton needed a large supply of energy for recovery effort.

    As the most abundant chestnut fruit fall, recovering from fatigue with chestnuts and sips of white wine to make them stepping stones. As the number of towers was very high in those days and the sexton people were being added and closest relatives, in an eagerness to share with them their sorrows and joys, all eventually ended up eating chestnuts and drinking wine.

    Later, in the villages, in the afternoon all the men were engaged in collecting chestnuts, sweet potatoes and firewood, women made cakes like the current "panellets" (a pastry made from ground almonds and sugar) and upon reaching the night they gathered around the fire eating chestnuts and sweet potatoes roasted over a wood fire and had brought cupcakes and women and celebrated the end of the harvest and prayed for the dead.

    There was also a tradition that the children had to leave nuts hidden in some corner of the house that night, the souls of the missing come to collect them and trade them for "panellets" or quince (depending on the area .)

    In the late eighteenth century the custom had spread so that the chestnut becomes a trade item and then makes its appearance the figure of the chestnuts, roasted chestnuts women in fire and sold in street stalls."

    "typical Spanish chestnut"

    Como que por separado?? 1 en cada pagina?=

    PD; -.- deberias hacer tu los devres xDD

  • no me funciona el word tio.. sino no lo pediria..:( sii una en cada pagina;)

  • @angas90 said:

    no me funciona el word tio.. sino no lo pediria..:( sii una en cada pagina;)

    Si no te funciona el word como abriras el archivo? xDD

  • ni que fuera dificil hacerlo alomojor lo tene que llevar en un pendrive Aguilaz pero conmigo que no cuente que lla le traducio lo otro

  • no lo kiero abrir solo kiero en documento word i ya sta T.T porfiiiis:(

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  • @Aguilaz said:

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    Gracias tio;)

    [0]: <a href=
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