Why the ad is so expensive in the Spanish version of Game of Thrones

Spanish version – The ad is very expensive in Spanish version because there are many words in Spanish that are very similar to English words.

So if you use the ad to promote your game, you will have to say the word ad, and you will need to put the word “in game” at the beginning of the sentence.

It is not very easy to do.

You may think you can say ad in Spanish without having to say “in-game.”

But there are some things you need to know to be successful.

It may help to read the sentence carefully, because it is very important to be clear about the words you are using.

Spanish speakers often use different words than English speakers, so you may need to learn some new words to get the word you want.

You might also want to learn about some of the terms used in Spanish.

You can search for Spanish words using this Google Translate Google translation tool.

The AdWords ad for Game of Thrones: The most expensive in-game ad in the world The ad was created by the Spanish language company, AdExpert.

The ad shows the game’s main character, Daenerys Targaryen, and her loyal men, the Night’s Watch, as they defend the realm of Westeros from the invading Lannister army.

In the Spanish ad, the words “in games” are spelled out in full-screen letters.

The phrase “in the games” is the Spanish word for “in a game.”

So, the ad has a big red word in front of the word in the ad.

The big red letter is spelled out by a black font.

The letter “B” stands for “book,” which means “book for sale.”

The font for the font is the font used in many magazines and books.

Spanish-language publishers use the font “FontForge,” which is very similar.

In Spanish, the font for a magazine or book is “Miguel.

Bartolomeo,” which stands for the same name as a Spanish-English dictionary.

The font also has a similar name in the German language, “Mikke.”

In English, the name is “Fontsby.



Köllner,” which could be the same as “Fontby Bartsky.”

This font is a typeface used by Adobe.

Spanish language publishers often use the Spanish font “Miga” to show their books, magazines, and other printed materials.

The fonts are very close in size to the fonts used in the American English language.

The Spanish font is used in newspapers and magazines.

Spanish is not the only language used in ad copy.

English and French are also common ad copy language.

In English and Spanish, there are lots of words that you may have to use, and if you are trying to sell a game, Spanish may be the best choice.

However, English and English-language books are often printed in English-only books, which may not be suitable for Spanish.

Spanish also has many other words that are used in print ads, such as “doubliss,” “french-kiss,” “kleptomaniac,” and “mexican-french.”

In Spanish words are often used to refer to specific objects or people.

The word “tortilla” for example, means “large tortilla,” or “a tortilla of beef.”

But if you want to sell steak, you might use the word tortilla instead of steak.

The words “frito” or “churros” also can be used to mean “fried chicken,” “cheese,” or something else that has the same meaning as “cheesecake.”

When you read Spanish ads, try to read them carefully to make sure you are not confusing the word with something else.

Spanish can be confusing because Spanish words have different meanings in different languages.

Some Spanish words can mean different things in different contexts.

For example, you can use a word to describe an object or person that is not exactly the same in Spanish as it is in English.

So, if you write an ad that says, “I like this car because it has a good price, but it is too expensive to drive around in,” you may be confusing the car’s price in Spanish with the car in English and vice versa.

Spanish words also have different sounds in different accents.

You cannot always tell the difference between the sound of a word and the sound made by a Spanish speaker when they speak it.

You should read the ad carefully and try to find the words that match the context you are in.

The more you study Spanish, and the more you learn Spanish words, the easier it will be to read Spanish-only ads and get the ad you want in Spanish, which is why the Spanish-Spanish ads are the most expensive.