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"Es tan ligera la lengua como el pensamiento, que si son malas las preñeces de los pensamientos, las empeoran los partos de la lengua." -Don Quijote


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".
Oct
23
answered “Today” and “Tomorrow” with the weather
Oct
23
comment ¿Como se contestan preguntas que llevan un “no” al inicio?
@clinch Tienes razón y por lo tanto he editado mi respuesta.
Oct
23
revised ¿Como se contestan preguntas que llevan un “no” al inicio?
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Oct
17
awarded  Yearling
Aug
11
reviewed Reject Are there cases when I can mute last s?
Jul
25
reviewed Reject Origin of the name “Jesucristo”
Jun
10
answered Soler vs imperfect tense for “used to”
May
29
reviewed Reject Origin of the name “Jesucristo”
May
28
revised Spanish dialects within Mexico
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May
28
answered Spanish dialects within Mexico
May
21
reviewed Reject Are there cases when I can mute last s?
May
20
reviewed No Action Needed How to make (impolite?) suggestions like “How about you don't …”?
May
20
reviewed No Action Needed What is the implied noun in “empanada”?