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Jan
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comment 7up in Spanish speaking countries
In Perú is also "seven up". I'm not 100% sure, but from my experience only in Spain they try to convert to spanish everything. In Latin America you keep english pronuntiation usually.
Jan
16
answered Learning programming in a Spanish speaking country
Jan
16
comment Studying Spanish at school in a Spanish speaking country
In Peru, you take "spanish" during 8 years, from 6-13 years old (grammar, ortography). At 6 years old you learn to write and read, by I think any 7 years old knows what a verb, adjective and noun are. We learn also how to conjugate verbs as in Spain, funny (when I studied at least). In high school, you take additionally three years of "Spanish literature", from 14-16. It's sad people seems to forget everything while writing in internet or Facebook.
Jan
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comment Translation of “CD” and “DVD”
But for the regular use, I guess all cases are covered.
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revised Translation of “CD” and “DVD”
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Jan
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comment Latinoamérica, Hispanoamérica, or Sudamérica?
Done, thanks for the clarification.
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comment Translation of “CD” and “DVD”
Corrected, thanks.
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comment Latinoamérica, Hispanoamérica, or Sudamérica?
Thanks, @CesarGon, I included some examples to clarify.
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revised Is there a translation for 'Piloncillo'?
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comment Latinoamérica, Hispanoamérica, or Sudamérica?
South America has nothing to do with been "south" of US.
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revised Why is it 'Santo' Tomás/Domingo, not 'san'?
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