The use of informal words and expressions that are not considered standard in the speaker's language or dialect but are considered more acceptable when used socially.

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“Que tan?” slang for “How are you?”

I'm english and I'm starting to learn Spanish on my own. My boss is fluent in Spanish and she sometimes says to me in the morning, Buenas días, que tan? Or something similar along those lines. She ...
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“Sketchy” in Spanish

How would I describe something as "sketchy" in Spanish? In Spain I was told that the closest thing was "perro y fluta" referring to how the homeless have dogs and play flutes, but that didn't seem to ...
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Meaning of this sentence [closed]

What does it mean: "Pero teneis tema q t kemas o no?" I received this message from a person that lives in Basque country, but I see there some spanish word. I don't understand anyway...
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La expresión ¿ke lo ke? [duplicate]

En República Dominicana se usa la expresión ¿ke lo ke? Me gustaría saber de donde vino esta expresión. Parece que deriva del francés.
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What does “You are sympa” mean?

Is "sympa" just an abbreviation of "sympatico"? Or is there another connotation to it? http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=sympatico I have heard it addressed directly to me, but also ...
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Common Spanglish Words [closed]

What are commonly used Spanish words that are actually Spanglish (mix between English and Spanish)? Examples that I've heard, that I think are Spanglish, are El Cheque the check/bill - should be ...