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17
revised Is the dropped /s/ in Argentina a class marker?
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Jul
16
revised Is the dropped /s/ in Argentina a class marker?
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Jul
16
answered Is the dropped /s/ in Argentina a class marker?
Jun
30
revised Do “rapidez” and “velocidad” have similar technical meanings as “speed” and “velocity”?
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Jun
30
answered Do “rapidez” and “velocidad” have similar technical meanings as “speed” and “velocity”?
Jun
29
comment How do you say “I got you!” in Spanish?
I would also opt for "Te di" (no accent needed). I'm from Argentina
Jun
11
answered Why are telephone numbers sometimes verbally expanded?
May
20
comment Additional meaning of the verb “rotar” in Latin America?
Never heard here (Argentina)
May
12
comment Problem with pretérito indefinido vs pretérito imperfecto and 'ser'
See also my answer here spanish.stackexchange.com/questions/9969/…
May
5
revised How can you translate the word “whatsoever” to spanish?
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Mar
18
revised Argentine slang 're'
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Mar
16
comment La llave vs. la clave
"Clave no tiene nada que ver" Incorrecto, tiene mucho que ver, etimológicamente y semánticamente.
Jan
30
revised Meaning and connotations of “gringo”
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Jan
22
answered How do I say 'Silly me' in Spanish?
Jan
8
comment “Con yo” instead of conmigo?
In some places "yo con yo" is a slang expression for "masturbate". But it's purposedly wrong, in a funny way. I don't think "con yo" is correct in any dialect.
Jan
6
revised ¿Cuál es el análisis gramatical de la siguiente frase?
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Jan
6
revised ¿Cuál es el análisis gramatical de la siguiente frase?
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Jan
6
answered ¿Cuál es el análisis gramatical de la siguiente frase?
Dec
19
revised Translating “I want to go back to…”
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Dec
19
answered Translating “I want to go back to…”