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Jan
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comment “pensando en ti” vs. “pensando de ti” vs. “pensándote”
That phrase makes sense as well.
Dec
29
comment reserva vs. reservación
In Chile "reservación" isn't used either.
Dec
29
answered Different words for “beer”
Dec
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
20
comment “pensando en ti” vs. “pensando de ti” vs. “pensándote”
You are right, I've just updated my answer.
Dec
20
revised “pensando en ti” vs. “pensando de ti” vs. “pensándote”
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Dec
19
answered “pensando en ti” vs. “pensando de ti” vs. “pensándote”
Dec
19
comment What suffixes are used to indicate jobs?
@belisarius: I've just expanded my answer including the suffixes "-logo" and "-atra". The word "médico" doesn't have a suffix "-ico", as far as I know.
Dec
19
revised What suffixes are used to indicate jobs?
Expanded my answer.
Dec
19
accepted Cannot use adverbs + possessives: “delante de ti” v/s “delante tuyo”
Dec
14
revised Is there a Spanish equivalent to Ms.?
Removed word.
Dec
14
revised Translating “How long does it take to get from <here> to <there>?”
Missing accents
Dec
13
comment What suffixes are used to indicate jobs?
@JaimeSoto: I've just included your comment because -in/-ina suffix is very important. Thanks!
Dec
13
revised What suffixes are used to indicate jobs?
Expanded my answer.
Dec
13
revised What suffixes are used to indicate jobs?
Corrected text.
Dec
13
revised Cannot use adverbs + possessives: “delante de ti” v/s “delante tuyo”
Changed title.
Dec
13
revised What suffixes are used to indicate jobs?
Expanded my answer.
Dec
13
revised What suffixes are used to indicate jobs?
Expanded my answer.
Dec
13
answered What suffixes are used to indicate jobs?
Dec
13
revised What's the meaning of “hasta” in the following sentences?
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