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I'm a pro-agile, ALT.Net-centric software architect working as an independent contractor.


Dec
26
answered When to use “tratar de” and when to use “intentar” for “to try to”?
Dec
24
comment Translating “Thanks in advance”
+1. This is more natural, and what's usually seen in formal emails/letters.
Dec
16
comment Why is 'estoy' used when saying “I'm related to”
Yes, it's always estar. Not sure about the philosophical explanation :-) However, you use ser to state all specific relationships, biological or not (ella es mi suegra)
Dec
16
answered Why is 'estoy' used when saying “I'm related to”
Dec
14
answered Why isn't “good morning” “buenas mañanas”?
Dec
10
comment Translating “young man” and “young woman”
@Joze yes, that's true. In a formal context you might even call a 10 year old señor.
Dec
10
comment Translating “young man” and “young woman”
Nice and thorough. However, there's something I don't agree with: men also dislike being called "señor" when they're below 40.
Nov
30
awarded  Critic
Nov
30
comment What are leísmo, loísmo, and laísmo?
google.com/search?q=leismo+loismo+laismo
Nov
30
revised Why is “Enrique” pronunced as though it has a double “r”?
changed S example for a more consistent one
Nov
29
comment Why is “Enrique” pronunced as though it has a double “r”?
@LauraMoyàAlcover I changed your S example because Israel, being a Hebrew word, is usually pronounced with a soft R by jews (native Spanish speakers, that is)
Nov
29
suggested suggested edit on Why is “Enrique” pronunced as though it has a double “r”?
Nov
26
comment Greetings for presents and cards
@belisarius not that I know...
Nov
25
comment Greetings for presents and cards
@Alenanno I did not intend to be harsh, but firm (sorry if it came out wrong). It is disrespectful because: (1) Passover has nothing to do with Easter (2) It has been celebrated for several more centuries (3) Easter was, for centuries and until very recently, a good excuse to beat up or murder jews, so it's not something we want associated with our holiday.
Nov
25
comment Greetings for presents and cards
@belisarius done.
Nov
25
revised Greetings for presents and cards
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Nov
25
comment Greetings for presents and cards
@Alenanno why do you assume most people know what Christmas is and not what Passover is? (Actually, we don't even have to deal with "most" people, only the educated ones that are likely to use this site) Besides, calling it "Jewish easter" is disrespectful.
Nov
25
comment Greetings for presents and cards
@dusan yes, that's common.
Nov
25
revised Greetings for presents and cards
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Nov
25
answered Greetings for presents and cards