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Ingeniero Informático. Ayudar a otros a aprender español me ayuda a reflexionar sobre mi idioma, y de paso, me ayuda a refrescar y aprender inglés.


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revised Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
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revised ¿Cuándo se le pone tilde a más?
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comment How translate “MD5 checksum”?
Bienvenido a Spanish.SE!
Jul
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comment How translate “MD5 checksum”?
Bienvenido a Spanish.SE!
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revised What does the slang “cerote” mean?
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answered Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
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answered ¿Cuándo se le pone tilde a más?
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comment Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
@user983248 I don't think so, I think each country make some regulations on how to write its currency.
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revised Correct usage of debieras and deberías
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comment Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
I downvote this because it doesn't say at all what is the correct form.
Jul
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revised ¿Qué significa «En 2.° plano»?
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comment ¿Qué significa «En 2.° plano»?
No tengo iPhone ni he usado Safari. Muchas veces, además de lo que ponga, es mejor probar lo que hace. Esto pasa tanto en castellano como en inglés en las interfaces de los programas.
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answered ¿Qué significa «En 2.° plano»?
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revised How to say “My old teacher”
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comment How to say “My old teacher”
Exactly, the previous one.
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comment How to say “My old teacher”
If you say "mi profesor anterior" it means "my last teacher".
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comment How to say “My old teacher”
"Anterior" would mean "previous", as in "last teacher".
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answered What is the rule for cualquier, cualquiera, and cualesquiera?
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answered Translating “shrewd” (as in “a shrewd businessman”)
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comment Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
In my opinion, the question is not "proper form in Spanish", but "proper form in Argentina". It is more about the convention on how the country writes it's currency, it's time and date, and numbers, like using a comma or dot for decimals. This answer is kind of a prove about what I say. A link to a statement from an official department in Argentina on this would be great.