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MikO's StackExchange profile

I am just a happiness-seeker from the real heaven on earth: Galicia (Spain)
My limited computing knowledge includes some stuff on
Currently doing some at Jadu Ltd., Leicester (UK)


Nov
13
revised Fecho fermoso y otras f más
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Nov
12
comment What is the article for Avestruz?
@clinch: 1) If you google it using quotes, you'll see that "los avestruces" has 33% more results, which is quite a difference. 2) If Google gives lots of results for "las avestruces", it only means that many people who write on websites are wrong. 3) I'm just MikO and I can't decide what's wrong and what isn't, but I guess that some academy can, otherwise this very site wouldn't have much sense, because there wouldn't be anything right or wrong... 4) I'm not saying it doesn't sound just fine, I'm saying it's just wrong (at least according to some academy). Period.
Oct
14
awarded  Scholar
Oct
14
comment Duda pretérito perfecto e imperfecto
+1. Gracias por tu ayuda! Muy completa, sin embargo la otra respuesta me ha "llegado" un poco mejor, por decirlo de alguna manera.
Oct
14
accepted Duda pretérito perfecto e imperfecto
Oct
12
awarded  Student
Oct
12
asked Duda pretérito perfecto e imperfecto
May
20
awarded  Yearling
Apr
2
revised What is the best way to find out if a book is available in Spanish?
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Apr
2
answered What is the best way to find out if a book is available in Spanish?
Mar
15
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
23
reviewed Leave Open How to say away from?
Feb
23
reviewed Looks OK What vowels and consonants are used in the Spanish language?
Feb
23
awarded  Custodian
Feb
23
reviewed No Action Needed ¿Se dice “ellos tocan flautas” o “ellos tocan flauta”?
Feb
23
reviewed No Action Needed Translation of “Welcome back!”
Feb
23
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How is the letter 's' (or the 's' sound) pronounced in Spain?
Nov
14
awarded  Quorum
Nov
14
comment How to congratulate to somebody's name day?
@MartyIX, just to add some info, I think name's days are more celebrated in rural areas where religion is still very important. Also, there're some names that are more "celebrated" than others... For example most people know when San Juan or San José are, even if they are not religious at all, because for example on San Juan's night we usually do some party, and on San José we celebrate father's day as well...