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location Buenos Aires, Argentina
age 47
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Jun
1
comment Paisaje de siempre
+1 "de siempre" works as an adjective here. Other alternatives "cotidian", "ordinary", "familiar"
Jun
1
comment How is the second person singular formed with rioplatense “vos”?
+1 That's the rule. If you know to conjugate the "spanish" second plural persons ("vosotros"), the Argentina "vos" follows the same pattern, dropping the 'i' en the diptongs and the 'd' at the end.
May
28
comment What is the history of the “personal a”?
@Arkana: studyspanish.com/lessons/persa.htm But, indeed, I'd not say that it's an "article", rather a preposition.
May
23
comment List it or List this
Algo de contexto?
May
23
reviewed Approve Ending a formal letter / Terminar una carta formal
May
23
answered Ending a formal letter / Terminar una carta formal
May
17
comment Identifying masculine and feminine words
"those exceptions often happen in very common words" I'd object that, for the case of the "o=>masculine" rule. The exceptions (like "mano") are actually very rare. ("foto" "moto" are really shortenings of "fotografía" and "motocicleta")
May
15
answered congratulations: felicidades vs. felicitaciones
May
2
revised ¿Cuál es la palabra correcta, “membresía” o “membrecía”?
edited title
May
2
awarded  Custodian
May
2
reviewed Reject ¿Cuál es la palabra correcta, “membresía” o “membrecía”?
May
2
comment ¿Cuál es la palabra correcta, “membresía” o “membrecía”?
Es la primera vez que leo "membrecía".
May
2
answered Indicative and subjunctive after time constructions
Apr
23
answered “¿Me lo puedo probar?” vs “¿Lo puedo probar?”
Apr
23
awarded  Organizer
Apr
23
revised “¿Me lo puedo probar?” vs “¿Lo puedo probar?”
titulo mas descriptivo
Apr
23
comment “¿Me lo puedo probar?” vs “¿Lo puedo probar?”
+1 Pero, por favor, no omitas los acentos.
Apr
23
revised “¿Me lo puedo probar?” vs “¿Lo puedo probar?”
ortografía (tildes)
Apr
23
comment When are 'me', 'te', 'os' and 'vos' used?
BTW: in Spanish we tend to omit pronouns when they are self-evident; your first sentence would be more natural thus: "Necesito un poco de ayuda".
Apr
15
comment Etimología de la frase popular “Hoy Canta Gardel”
¿Podrías resumir la explicación del video? De esa manera la respuesta quedaría autocontenida, lo cual es más apropiado para este sitio