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bio website twitter.com/CesarBustios
location Lima, Peru
age 29
visits member for 2 years, 4 months
seen Mar 28 at 14:49

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


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comment Why don't Spanish words start with “sp”?
+1 great answer!
Dec
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comment Difference between some verbs and pronomial forms of the verb with the same translation
The translations with the de are totally wrong
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comment Translating “I'm sorry for your loss”
@Rellikiox added, thanks
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comment Do compounds exist in Spanish which are not nouns or are nouns other than than of the form (3ps verb + pl noun)?
In Perú, Cogeculos would definitely lower your reputation with the ladies :)
Dec
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comment Do compounds exist in Spanish which are not nouns or are nouns other than than of the form (3ps verb + pl noun)?
+1 Nice one, I love it!
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revised Names of mythical beings/creatures
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comment Names of mythical beings/creatures
Oops... thanks Laura ;)
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answered Names of mythical beings/creatures
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revised Translating “I'm sorry for your loss”
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comment Translating “I'm sorry for your loss”
Updated my answer, hope that helps
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revised Translating “I'm sorry for your loss”
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answered Translating “I'm sorry for your loss”
Dec
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comment Different words for “beer”
Peruvian slangs for beer: chela, chilindrina, helada, helena, rubia
Dec
20
comment Choosing between 'sobre' and 'acerca de'
Homework: "Espero que sobre tiempo para enviar el sobre que está sobre la mesa." Can you use acerca de in the previous sentence?
Dec
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comment Translating “Me la paso pensándote”
I really hope you're not trying to learn Spanish from reggaeton music :)