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Jan
16
asked Studying Spanish at school in a Spanish speaking country
Jan
16
asked Learning programming in a Spanish speaking country
Jan
16
asked 7up in Spanish speaking countries
Jan
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
13
asked Argentine slang 're'
Jan
12
comment Translation of “What goes around comes around”
I haven't added translations as all of these and more can be found with one quick Google search
Jan
12
revised Translation of “cheesy”
Correction
Jan
12
comment Translation of “cheesy”
Also in Argentina
Jan
12
comment Translation of “awkward” (as in “an awkward situation”)
Wouldn't 'torpe' be better translated as uncoordinated or clumsy?
Jan
12
answered Translation of “What goes around comes around”
Jan
12
answered Translation of “awkward” (as in “an awkward situation”)
Jan
12
answered Translation of “cheesy”
Jan
12
awarded  Editor
Jan
12
revised How to say instead (when at the end of a sentence)
answer
Jan
11
comment Can I learn to roll my R's?
Having lived in Argentina for a while, this is mainly the case for 'rr' more than 'r' especially in the north
Jan
11
awarded  Scholar
Jan
11
accepted How to say instead (when at the end of a sentence)
Jan
11
comment How to say instead (when at the end of a sentence)
Muchas gracias =) Tambien puedo decir "Usa Y en lugar" ? No se porque pero suena un poco raro
Jan
11
awarded  Student
Jan
11
asked How to say instead (when at the end of a sentence)