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How regional or widespread are the colloquial “pa” / “pa'” in place of “para”?
In Mexico I sometimes heard or saw the colloquial variant pa' or pa used for para. But is this just a Mexicanism, also used in Central America, all Latin America, or even in Spain?
Nov 22 '11 at 22:10
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