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Expat for last 10 years and counting.


Mar
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awarded  Beta
Feb
10
revised When should I use 'al'?
edited body
Feb
9
revised When should I use 'al'?
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Feb
9
answered When should I use 'al'?
Feb
8
answered Throughput in Spanish?
Feb
6
answered “matricular” y “matricularme”
Feb
3
answered Translation of “real estate”
Feb
3
comment Words for boat, ship, and other seafaring vessels
"dinghy: bote neumático" - sorry, that's just wrong. "bote neumático" is inflatable boat.
Jan
24
answered What is the difference between parece and pareciera?
Jan
19
revised justicia: justice and righteousness?
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Jan
19
comment justicia: justice and righteousness?
@MikMik: you're right
Jan
19
answered justicia: justice and righteousness?
Jan
17
revised usted and its usage
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Jan
17
answered usted and its usage
Jan
17
answered Ways to say “you're welcome”
Jan
17
comment Latinoamérica, Hispanoamérica, or Sudamérica?
@Ricardo: pues me parece correcto - North America = America del norte; Northern America = Norteamerica; El problema con terminos geograficos es que no corresponden a 100%, asi que son tema dificil para traducir. En las definiciones de regiones de la ONU tambien tienes America del norte sin Mexico: es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geoesquema_de_las_Naciones_Unidas
Jan
16
comment Latinoamérica, Hispanoamérica, or Sudamérica?
@Ricardo: That's because Norteamérica is not North America, but more like Northern America (although later doesn't include MX). As for continents, indeed there is no clear cut definition, see: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continent
Jan
16
answered Learning programming in a Spanish speaking country
Jan
16
comment Latinoamérica, Hispanoamérica, or Sudamérica?
There is no geographical name for "anything south of US". Not in English, not in Spanish, nor in any other language.
Jan
16
comment Latinoamérica, Hispanoamérica, or Sudamérica?
@Ricardo: in Spanish geography all of America is just one continent, but in English (and many others) it's two continents: North America and South America. Thus it's not correct to say that Mexico is only Latin country in North America - Central America is region within North American continent. Geographically Caribbean also belongs to North America.