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Telecommunication Engineer who works with Android, SQL, ASP, PHP and others. Expert in EDI (Edifact, X12, XML, etc.)


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comment Translation of “ahora”
@TomFenech : No, it doesn't. It's one of those situations where the translation is not literal from one language to another, and no spanish speaker will miss anything without it.
Jun
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comment Translation of “ahora”
@user568458 : "Es que" is used to justify an idea. First example... naah, it doesn't sound natural, second one fits best.
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answered Translation of “ahora”
Feb
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revised “Los otros días” o “El otro día”
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Jan
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comment What vowels and consonants are used in the Spanish language?
@Flamma You're just wrong correcting Flimzy. There are more exceptions, such as: B/V sounding exactly the same. C, which sounds like K or Z depending on the vowel, q(u) sounding like K, Y sounding exactly like i, etc.
Jan
31
comment What vowels and consonants are used in the Spanish language?
@Flamma This is ridicolous. Here you have the offical link: rae.es/consultas/exclusion-de-ch-y-ll-del-abecedario Se excluyen definitivamente del abecedario los signos ch y ll, ya que, en realidad, no son letras, sino dígrafos, esto es, conjuntos de dos letras o grafemas que representan un solo fonema. El abecedario del español queda así reducido a las veintisiete letras siguientes: a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, ñ, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z. - See more at: rae.es/consultas/…
Jan
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comment What vowels and consonants are used in the Spanish language?
@Flimzy No I'm not. He's not asking about phonems, he's asking about the vowels and consonants. Those are exactly the ones you will be taught at school, and the ones you'll find on any student book.
Jan
31
comment What vowels and consonants are used in the Spanish language?
@Flamma many years ago they were deprecated as consonants. In fac, "Ch" was called "CHE" and now is called "CE HACHE"
Jan
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revised Origen y división de Hábito (comportamiento), Hábito (religioso) y Habito (Habitar)
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Jan
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Jan
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revised What vowels and consonants are used in the Spanish language?
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Jan
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answered What vowels and consonants are used in the Spanish language?
Jan
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comment Es una ofensa para llamarle a alguien “Gabacho”?
Nadie duda del origen etimológico de las palabras, pero eso no quita que, a día de hoy, sean palabras únicamente despectivas. Cuando a un marroquí se le llama Moro, le molesta. Cuando a alguien de la america latina se le llama Sudaca, le molesta, Etc. De hecho, suelen ir acompañadas de un moro/sudaca/guiri "de mierda". Dicho de otra forma: No hay forma alguna en la que un Español pueda llamar Sudaca a un Peruano sin tono despectivo.
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revised Es una ofensa para llamarle a alguien “Gabacho”?
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