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Sep
11
comment Traduccion de nombres propios
Mal ejemplo. No da lo mismo si se llaman Pérez :)
Sep
10
comment “Leísmo de cortesía” and consistency
Trust ME. Always use '-le' when in Spain. In other countries, '-lo' is common and '-le' implies special treatment. In Mexico I would use '-le' for this purpose, but '-les' may sound a bit pretentious.
Sep
10
asked Traduccion de nombres propios
Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
7
comment What's the best way to inform a pedestrian or fellow cyclist that I'm about to pass them?
Or you could use this technique...
Sep
4
comment The letter “k” in Spanish
ok...........:)
Sep
4
comment ¿Es ñube una forma antigua de nube?
¡Ah! y un +1 por "ñudo. (De nudo, con la ñ de añudar)".
Sep
4
comment ¿Es ñube una forma antigua de nube?
Entiendo la reserva a responder con especulaciones, pero me parece una referencia contundente. Gracias.
Sep
4
awarded  Scholar
Sep
4
accepted ¿Es ñube una forma antigua de nube?
Sep
4
comment The letter “k” in Spanish
Ketchup is not Spanish. There is cátsup.
Sep
4
comment The letter “k” in Spanish
Like the mayan god Kukulkan...
Sep
4
comment ¿Es ñube una forma antigua de nube?
No, local... Pero que buena pista. ¿Puedes expander a una respuest completa?
Sep
4
comment Origin and use of “echar de menos”
+1 por encontrar la pagina con la respuesta un minuto antes que dusan :)
Sep
4
asked ¿Es ñube una forma antigua de nube?
Sep
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awarded  Commentator
Sep
3
comment Are there any studies regarding the future viability of the inverted question mark (¿)?
You claim there is no danger of '¿' disappearing, but support such claim with two points that seem to suggest that '¿' IS disappearing.
Sep
3
answered What's the best way to inform a pedestrian or fellow cyclist that I'm about to pass them?
Sep
3
comment ¿“Septiembre” or “setiembre”?
+1 to Icarus for "dotor" and "helicótero" :)
Sep
2
comment Are there any studies regarding the future viability of the inverted question mark (¿)?
But your first two points support the conclusion that '¿' is endangered :)