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Apr
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Subjunctive with “asegurar”
Apr
9
comment ¿“No existe nadie” o “no existe alguien”?
Poetically related me.gov.ar/efeme/diatango/soledad.html
Apr
9
comment How do native speakers speak the correct pairs of words when they speak fast?
@Muttley75 I think a native speaker could never misunderstand "los vasallos pagan al condado" by "los vasallos pagan al contado", notwithstanding both sentences are contextually right. The sounds are very different
Mar
11
comment ¿Cómo se legalizan los superlativos irregulares?
¡Qué curioso! Siendo "Académicos de número", les asignan una letra ... :)
Jan
27
comment Existe un análogo de “as of (yesterday)” en español?
Thanks a lot :)
Jan
26
comment “Fine line between” in Spanish?
"Una delgada línea" is frequently used i.stack.imgur.com/RvBmx.jpg
Jan
26
comment Existe un análogo de “as of (yesterday)” en español?
+1 ... también puedes prescindir del "ya"
Jan
26
comment ¿En qué países se coloca el pronombre personal justo después de la “palabra qu-” en preguntas?
@JoulSauron And ... Where do you live? :)
Jan
20
comment ¿Cuál es el orígen de “en lo que cabe” o “dentro de lo que cabe”?
@c.p. finalmente es "dentro de lo cae en suerte" o sea, poniéndonos poéticos, "dentro de los destinos posibles"
Jan
20
answered ¿Cuál es el orígen de “en lo que cabe” o “dentro de lo que cabe”?
Jan
15
comment How to Say “Nice to see you again”?
@lorddarkangel O Me alegro de verte nuevamente. Pero nunca Me alegro de vuelverte a ver :)
Jan
9
comment Is Weon used in Mexico and Chile and what does it mean?
Debe haber alguien a quien le molestan los testículos. +1
Jan
9
comment What is “vuestramerced” or into what component words should it be separated?
spanish.about.com/od/historyofspanish/a/usted_vd.htm
Dec
24
comment Ni en tus sueños
AFAIK "¡Ubicate chavo!", "¡Ya estas peludo!", "¡Ni madres!", "¡Ni vergas!" aren't used in all Spanish speaking regions. The last one is very rude in some countries.
Dec
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are there native-born Spanish speakers that can't trill their R's?
Dec
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does it mean when a girl says “te quiero” in this context?
Dec
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on La única manera de
Dec
2
comment Is there a software utility available that allows simultaneous reading of Spanish and English material?
Perhaps you should ask it on SuperUser
Nov
24
comment How to ask if a restaurant/store has something
The following constructs are also usual in some parts of the Spanish world: "Hay té?", "Puedo pedir un té?"
Nov
23
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