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I code Ruby and Javascript. I live in Charlotte, NC. I have never worn liderhosen.

More about me at nathanmlong.com and Stackoverflow Careers.


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comment Ways to say “you're welcome”
+1 for con mucho gusto and es un placer. These are much closer to the English "you're welcome"; "de nada" is more like "no problem," which doesn't express happiness to have helped someone.
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comment Why does “mostrar a” mean “to show” and not “to show to”?
This is helpful, but how would one say "show us TO the Father"? If I can see how that would be said differently, I think I can absorb the rule.
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