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Dec
14
asked Usage of “ver(se)” for “to seem/look” (te ves, se te ve, te veo, etc.)
Dec
14
comment Translating “How long does it take to get from <here> to <there>?”
Thanks, and welcome to Spanish.StackExchange!
Dec
14
comment Proper response to ¿Qué onda?
Interesting history, thanks.
Dec
14
accepted Understanding “desde ya”
Dec
14
asked Proper response to ¿Qué onda?
Dec
14
comment Translating “How long does it take to get from <here> to <there>?”
Is the use of tomar in this sense standard Spanish?
Dec
14
answered Is it acceptable to leave out the inverted punctuation marks?
Dec
14
comment Translating “How long does it take to get from <here> to <there>?”
@hippietrail: Both, added another example.
Dec
14
revised Translating “How long does it take to get from <here> to <there>?”
add example
Dec
13
accepted Translating “young man” and “young woman”
Dec
13
asked Translating “How long does it take to get from <here> to <there>?”
Dec
12
comment “Desde luego” meaning and etymology
Welcome to the site! Do you happen to have a source explaining the semantic shift you described?
Dec
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Translating “be right back” (or “brb”)
Dec
11
comment Computer science, software engineer/developer, and programmer
@Flimzy: IMO, all the discussion shows it's more complex than a simple dictionary translation. Granted, it's not really "expert-level," but I think it's something I'd have trouble understanding completely just using a dictionary.
Dec
9
comment Computer science, software engineer/developer, and programmer
@CesarGon: Edited.
Dec
9
revised Computer science, software engineer/developer, and programmer
"engineer" not "engineering"
Dec
9
asked Computer science, software engineer/developer, and programmer
Dec
9
comment I forgot how to say “I forgot”
Are you sure the se is passive, not reflexive? I found a couple references that say otherwise.
Dec
9
comment Is there a Spanish equivalent for “OP”?
@Flimzy: It's definitely common, I've seen it on several other forums.
Dec
8
comment Translating “young man” and “young woman”
@hippietrail: Made another meta question.