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May
17
answered En qué parte de México se usa expresión “a wi wi”?
May
14
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
14
answered ¿Es la palabra “parcero/a” un insulto en Colombia?
Apr
29
awarded  Vox Populi
Apr
29
awarded  Suffrage
Apr
29
reviewed Approve Differing connotations of prepositions meaning “at” (en, de, a, etc…)
Mar
31
reviewed Approve ¿Uso de “joder” en la serie “Los Serrano”?
Mar
11
comment Is there a difference between como and cómo?
Tienes toda la razón
Mar
10
answered Is there a difference between como and cómo?
Mar
10
comment Difference between “De Nada” and “No problema”
I agree on that. I was just giving different choices.
Mar
9
comment Difference between “De Nada” and “No problema”
De nada, I thought so.
Mar
9
answered Difference between “De Nada” and “No problema”
Feb
24
answered Is «verga» a word I should avoid in polite company?
Dec
15
reviewed Reject Are there cases when I can mute last s?
Dec
15
reviewed Approve Mejico or Mexico?
Dec
9
comment Laziness: “Pereza” vs “flojera”
And there´s an even more colloquial way to say it in México: "hueva".
Dec
5
comment “old car” slang
+1 por "carcacha", que es la palabra que mas usamos en México para referirnos a un carro viejo.
Nov
18
comment Difference between “regüeldo” and “eructo”
It's important to mention that "regüeldo" is not used in México. While "eructar" is the most correct and common, we also use "repetir".
Nov
14
reviewed Reject Are there cases when I can mute last s?
Nov
11
comment What does “no te pases” mean?
I think this is the correct meaning due to the context where the sentence was taken from. from the example provided: "No te pases, está muy rico" we could translate into English as: "you gotta be kidding me, this is so good/delicious".