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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.


Aug
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revised Names of wedding reception and ceremony in Mexico
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Aug
14
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.
Aug
14
revised “Tener tiempo” vs “Llevar tiempo”
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Aug
14
revised “Tener tiempo” vs “Llevar tiempo”
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Aug
14
comment “Tener tiempo” vs “Llevar tiempo”
Relacionado, pero no igual: spanish.stackexchange.com/q/3059/12
Aug
14
asked “Tener tiempo” vs “Llevar tiempo”
Aug
14
accepted “Haber” vs “A ver”
Aug
14
asked “Haber” vs “A ver”
Aug
13
comment Please help to find difference between phrases
Puedes responder en español. De hecho, es preferido!
Aug
13
comment What's the difference between “vamos” and “vámonos”?
Both forms can be intransitive or transitive, just as in English "Let's go" and "Let's go to the movies" are both valid, as are "Here we go" or "Here we go to the movies."
Aug
11
comment Download Spanish–English translations (esp. conjugations) as Open Data
@badroit: Thank you for your comments. I've posted on meta about this, as my response became too long for a comment. :)
Aug
11
comment Download Spanish–English translations (esp. conjugations) as Open Data
I realize this isn't technically a request for a "learning" resource, but it strikes me as, in spirit, the same thing, as the question isn't actually about the Spanish Language. If others disagree with me, feel free to bring it up in Meta, or just vote to re-open.
Aug
11
revised Difference between -iera and -iese ending of the imperfect subjunctive
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Aug
11
revised Difference between -iera and -iese ending of the imperfect subjunctive
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Aug
7
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
7
comment What words are typically used to refer to vehicles and deliniate between types of vehicles in Latin America
This question, as worded, is very broad. It could also likely be answered with any Spanish/English dictionary. Can we get you to narrow the question significantly? If you have a specific doubt about how to translate a specific word or phrase, after consulting standard reference materials, that would be the proper question to ask.
Aug
6
comment How should I pronounce Spanish single 'r' and 'l'?
@Rafa: There are ways to write phonetically.
Aug
5
comment Which Spanish words are most commonly used to describe smells?
Welcome to our site! We're glad you're here. Unfortunately, your question as it's worded is really too broad to fit our format here. We're looking for specific, answerable questions. Your question could, quite literally, have an indefinite number of correct answers, as it's always possible to apply a new word in a creative way to apply to smells. You might consider narrowing the focus of your question so that we can re-open it.
Aug
5
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Origin of the name “Jesucristo”
Aug
5
reviewed Edit How should I pronounce Spanish single 'r' and 'l'?