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Feb
5
answered Preterito imperfecto and condicional in reported speech
Jan
23
answered Using embedded pronouns inside verbs
Jan
19
comment ¿Cuál es el orígen de “en lo que cabe” o “dentro de lo que cabe”?
... Good question!. No idea at all. I searched over the net, no explanation found. I´ll see if i have a book covering this topic...
Jan
19
comment ¿Cuándo va a venir? and ¿Cuándo vendrá?
Hey don't forget to mark question as answered. :)
Jan
18
comment ¿Cuándo va a venir? and ¿Cuándo vendrá?
But i can tell you: Many people use them the same way. No matter what. If it is hard for us to distinguish, then, there is no problem about using any :D
Jan
18
answered ¿Cuándo va a venir? and ¿Cuándo vendrá?
Jan
15
comment What does “nano” mean in Spain?
Yeah. In Madrid, at least, it is used in a very vulgar way. Used normally by young people from the outskirts, specially people who is normally going out to disco bars and things like that. (To be more specific).
Dec
28
comment Dictionary entry “Vérselas y deseárselas”
Se pone " fulano va A vérselas conmigo"
Dec
27
comment Dictionary entry “Vérselas y deseárselas”
I did a small research and there is no info available on the net easily to get an explanation of the origins of this expresion. Nobody knows where it comes from , just that. :-)
Dec
27
answered Dictionary entry “Vérselas y deseárselas”
Dec
27
answered Has Spanish really a timelike fashion to express distances? Like “A está a cinco horas de B”
Sep
18
awarded  Supporter
Sep
18
comment “Leísmo de cortesía” and consistency
Haha. I learn new things everyday. Are we leistas in Madrid?. I didn´t know. Then i should read more about it an fix it... U_U
Sep
11
comment “Leísmo de cortesía” and consistency
Puedo verle = I can see HIM. Formal or informal. Puedo verla = I can see HER. Formal or informal. Puedo verles = I can see them. Formal or informal. Puedo verles = I can see you ONLY FORMAL. For LA, i have big mistakes, don´t trust me with those :D It´s hard even for us... So i prefer not to say anything. At least in spain.
Sep
10
awarded  Teacher
Sep
10
answered What's the best way to inform a pedestrian or fellow cyclist that I'm about to pass them?
Sep
10
answered “Leísmo de cortesía” and consistency