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Aug
25
answered ¿Es común omitir 'de' cuando se habla de funciones de un variable o de una expresión?
Aug
23
comment What is the difference between “ser cierto” and “ser verdad”?
"verdad"="true" "cierto"="certainly true"
Aug
23
comment What is the difference between “ser cierto” and “ser verdad”?
If you don't see a difference between "true" and "known with certitude as true" (see the definition of DRAE), I don't think I'll can explain it.
Aug
14
answered Reflexivo: Se dativo
Aug
14
answered What is the difference between “ser cierto” and “ser verdad”?
Aug
9
comment Translation: más famoso del cine
@BorrajaX I'd also prefer your last translation
Jul
28
comment Are contracted pronunciations of mathematical functions common in spanish?
Same here (Argentina)
Jul
26
comment How to say something is “annoying” in Spanish?
Adjective: enojoso
Jul
26
answered Practicamos hablando
Jun
22
comment Pronouncing years in Spanish
Also in Argentina - but only coloquially
May
30
answered ¿Es redundante la expresión “suele ser frecuente”?
May
30
comment What's the difference between rezar and orar? Are there any other ways to say 'to pray'?
Same in Argentina. "Orar" is a little more solemn, and also a little more general (in the sense of darkajax's answer). The distinction of the DRAE sounds artificial and almost incoherent to me (can someone "dirigir oraciones" without "orar"? come on!)
May
17
awarded  Enlightened
May
17
awarded  Nice Answer
May
11
answered ¿Qué significa en Argentina “al pedo”?
May
10
comment “De donde fue” instead of “De donde estaba”
+1 Very interesting! And it's almost as interesting to know that "it's ok for nicaraguans" :-)
May
5
revised Difference between “suave” and “blando”
edited body
May
5
answered Preposiciones para dirección
May
5
answered Difference between “suave” and “blando”
Apr
24
comment When is “al” not interchangeable with “a el”?
+1 It's really strange that most dictionaries (even the DRAE) omit this -very common- meaning!