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seen Dec 14 at 11:18

Currently student in computer science (& Mathematics, formally anyway) in the University of Strasbourg.

Working on iPhone applications and C#.

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Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Nov
20
accepted Voy vs. Vengo, both correct?
Nov
20
comment Voy vs. Vengo, both correct?
So to be brief, it's not correct yes?
Nov
20
comment Voy vs. Vengo, both correct?
Thanks for the answer but as dockeryz said, it's not always coming from. That's the main reason I asked the question. It may be relevant to say that I am latinamerican and our spanish use is slightly different as in Spain, not necessarily incorrect. Since it is a place (2 hours from where I am) that I go often to I used vengo. I think it is an exception in use. The thing is I am not using it as 'leaving' a place but rather as coming from x to y. hmmmm
Nov
20
asked Voy vs. Vengo, both correct?
Nov
20
comment How to correctly translate “Upload a track” from English?
+1 Nice answer!
Nov
19
reviewed Approve oxímoron tag wiki
Nov
19
reviewed Leave Open “Quiero comprarlo” vs “Lo quiero comprar”
Nov
16
awarded  Yearling
Oct
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awarded  traducción
Oct
9
reviewed Reviewed Grande vs Gran usage
Oct
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comment Traducción de “Deal with it”
+1 for supéralo. It's the one we use.
Oct
9
comment Verbos con sus respectivas preposiciones
-1: Hola David, bienvenido al sitio web. Tu pregunta es muy extensa y hace muchas preguntas a la misma vez, no es lo suficientemente concisa como para saber rápidamente lo que deseas saber. Intenta mejorar la calidad de la pregunta.
Oct
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reviewed Edit Verbos con sus respectivas preposiciones
Oct
9
revised Verbos con sus respectivas preposiciones
The question is now in bold.
Oct
2
awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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comment Can sino compare subjects?
+1 Nice answer. Keep up the good work!