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Soy programador de computadoras de tiempo completo para eFolder, Inc, y trabajo de forma remota. Soy de Wichita, KS pero he estado viajando del mundo desde junio de 2013.


I'm a full-time software developer for eFolder, Inc, working remotely. I from Wichita, KS but have been traveling the globe since June, 2013.


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comment Why is the ampersand retained in this translation?
& is a shortening of the Latin et, from which the Spanish y is derrived. When you consider this, your question seems a bit backwards--why does English, which is not derived from Latin, use &? But that's a question for another site :)
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revised Is the country México or Méjico?
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comment The word ending “-ita/-ito” and its usage
@EmilioGort: "Vamos, estamos tarde!" "Sí! Ahorita voy... solo tengo que poner mi maquillaje." <--- Un contexto común en que quiere decir "in just a moment." Y otro ejemplo: "¿Qué me dijiste?" "Ahorita te digo." <-- Un ejemplo en que quiere decir "Never" (pero claro es un ejemplo de ironía).
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comment When the Moors conquered Spain did Spaniards already speak Spanish?
This sounds more like a question for History.SE. But it's a bit unclear... if you're asking about the history of the Spanish language, of course, it would be on-topic here. Why do you ask?
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reviewed Close Why is Oscar a common Spanish name?
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reviewed Leave Open Como se dice “The beautiful Spain” en Español?
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comment What words are typically used to refer to vehicles and deliniate between types of vehicles in Latin America
@DavidSopko: Then you understand why open-ended questions like this don't work well in this Q&A format. There are literally dozens, if not hundreds, of words which can be used to describe different types of vehicles, and in different contexts (formal, slang, etc). Even specifying "every day speech" is not specific enough, as there are still dozens of types of vehicles. To make this question sufficiently narrow, it must focus on a specific word or concept.
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