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Jun
11
comment “A menudo” vs “frecuentemente”
"A menudo is" very rarely used. And I think it is not more formal than "frecuentemente".
Jun
10
answered “A menudo” vs “frecuentemente”
Jun
4
comment Salient features of the Norteño dialect of Mexican Spanish
That phonetic change ch -> sh occurs in some regions of Chihuahua, it's a common joke to tell Chihuahense something like "quieres osho shocolates mushasha shula" (quieres ocho chocoloates muchacha chula) But in Sonora it's the other way. They can't hear/pronounce the sh phoneme, so the say suCHI instead of suSHI.
Jun
3
answered Salient features of the Norteño dialect of Mexican Spanish
May
15
comment C as K and S and silent (rules of thumb for pronunciation of C?)
In Mexico is like case 2. We don't pronounce the "th" sound as in Spain. Is a plain "s" sound even por words written with z zapato = sapato
May
15
answered Is “conseguido cambiar la información de usuario” correct transaltion?
Apr
21
answered What does “a la orden” mean?
Sep
10
comment Qué sigifica la frase 'Dicen que solo se está de más'?
No se a que te refieres con estarse de más. Si reescribes la letra para quitarle ambigüedad podría quedar algo asi Dicen muy claro a quien pisar No pienso andar de puntillas Dicen que sobro si estoy solo Aún así, no trates de tomar la letra literalmente, seguramente se buscó la rima antes que un significado completamente coherente.
Sep
2
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Sep
2
comment Para describir alguien que está muy confundido
lema.rae.es/drae/?val=anonadado es de esas palabras aliteradas que siempre me confunde :)
Aug
31
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Aug
31
answered Para describir alguien que está muy confundido
Aug
31
answered Qué sigifica la frase 'Dicen que solo se está de más'?