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Verter deriva del latín vertere que significa literalmente "dar vuelta". De ahí proviene una lista larga de palabras españolas de significados muy distintos. Como es normal en la historia de las palabras, se ha llegado a esos significados por metáforas y metonimias. A continuación, en el primer punto, indico el origen de verter para responder a tu ...


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El origen podria estar en la popular serie de tv, barrio sesamo, en la cual uno de sus personajes, Super Coco, utilizaba esta formula de arribaaa, abajooo... y los jovenes aqctuales rememoran ese momento haciendo con ello un homenaje a SuperCoco, para que veas Maricruz como eso eh azin


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They are almost synonyms. Cursiva can also mean handwriting, while bastardilla means just printed letters resembling handwriting (slanted to the right, etc.). Letra bastardilla comes from letra bastarda, which was how cursive handwriting was called. Nowadays, everyday software has popularized cursiva and itálica at the expense of bastardilla, which remains ...


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The verbal ending already existed in Latin conjugation. This is the amo (amar) indicative past perfect conjugation: amav-i amav-isti amav-it amav-imus amav-istis amav-erunt Second person amavisti evolved amaste in Spanish. In Latin the enclitic pronoun (suffixe) are not used. So there is no reason to think that this ...


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I'm not an expert, but I did some research and I would say that that specific suffix could be related to the personal pronoun te. It is stated here (Flexión section) that the flexive suffixes in verbs have the form Root + TAM + person, where TAM is a morpheme expressing time, aspect and mode. It seems that the morpheme used to express the person can also ...



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