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I'm currently working as a Python / Django developer. I hope I can learn from all of you.


Jan
10
revised What does the slang “cerote” mean?
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Jan
10
comment How formal is cuán? What are the informal alternatives?
+1 Nice question! I wanted to know that myself (shame on me Spanish is my native language :$)
Jan
10
asked What does the slang “cerote” mean?
Jan
10
comment Translation of “a simple vista”
And what about "at first sight"?
Jan
8
comment Names of children's games
tic-tac-toe as "michi"
Jan
8
comment Names of children's games
The names may vary, in Perú Dodge ball is also know as "Mata gente", thumb war as "Gallito", cops and robers as "poliladro"
Jan
7
comment Is “me gustas” ever right?
It's always right when you like someone but not something (i.e. "I like it" it's not "Me gustas" but "Me gusta")
Jan
7
comment Proper response to “con permiso”
"Siga" but also very informal
Jan
6
awarded  Student
Jan
6
revised Why is “buena” in different places depending on its use?
Blockquote instead of code sample
Jan
6
revised Why is “buena” in different places depending on its use?
Blockquote instead of code sample
Jan
6
suggested suggested edit on Why is “buena” in different places depending on its use?
Jan
6
suggested suggested edit on Why is “buena” in different places depending on its use?
Jan
6
revised Appropriate way to answer a negative yes/no question
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Jan
6
accepted Using “qué” or “quién” when talking about people
Jan
5
suggested suggested edit on Appropriate way to answer a negative yes/no question
Jan
5
awarded  Cleanup
Jan
5
revised Using “qué” or “quién” when talking about people
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Jan
5
revised Using “qué” or “quién” when talking about people
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Jan
5
revised Using “qué” or “quién” when talking about people
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