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bio website geekrd.blogspot.com
location Dominican Republic
age 22
visits member for 9 months
seen Mar 30 at 22:00

Nothing to say about me... but if you insist, just take a look at my actions, they speak better than I could ever do.

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Sep
3
answered Use of “lo suficientemente” + adjective
Sep
3
comment Are there any studies regarding the future viability of the inverted question mark (¿)?
@RodrigoA.Pérez he's not saying that is disappearing, he's saying that most of the time, for most of the people is a pain to write it. If they knew they are gonna write a question or are doing something more "formal" they would almost always use both signs.
Aug
28
revised ¿“Los auriculares” o “el auriculares”?
Correccion gramatical, esa (obj. indef.) -> esta (obj. definido), palabra es femenino, el gerundio no es bien empleado en la pregunta, se prefiere pasado
Aug
28
suggested suggested edit on ¿“Los auriculares” o “el auriculares”?
Aug
21
comment Are there any nouns with irregular plurals in Spanish?
But nobody mentioned that my example is particular to plurals, just something to take into account when using them. And in my country if you use gentes you are labeled as overcorrected and with a lack of knowledge of the spanish (I'm just saying from personal experience, not representing all the spanish speakers).
Aug
20
awarded  Teacher
Aug
20
answered Are there any nouns with irregular plurals in Spanish?
Jul
30
comment “xq” in Internet slang/abbreviations
It's hard to write slang in any language... except owns.
Jul
24
awarded  Supporter
Jul
22
awarded  Excavator
Jul
22
revised Why is “agua” masculine in singular form and feminine in plural? “El agua” / “Las aguas”
typo fixed
Jul
21
revised Why is “agua” masculine in singular form and feminine in plural? “El agua” / “Las aguas”
added 865 characters in body
Jul
21
awarded  Editor
Jul
21
revised Why is “agua” masculine in singular form and feminine in plural? “El agua” / “Las aguas”
Added spanish translation/Traducido al español
Jul
21
answered Why is “agua” masculine in singular form and feminine in plural? “El agua” / “Las aguas”
Jul
21
suggested suggested edit on Why is “agua” masculine in singular form and feminine in plural? “El agua” / “Las aguas”
Jul
21
awarded  Informed
Jul
21
awarded  Autobiographer