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Oct
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
15
answered Extensión y origen del orto
Oct
9
comment In what region/country do they pronounce the 'r' at end of Spanish infinitive as 'sh'?
Be aware that in Argentina (where I live) there are several accents. In particular, in some northern-western provinces the doble 'rr' is pronounced differently (and they don't have the 'yeismo' from Buenos Aires), see eg: youtube.com/watch?v=skdNGhqD5SU This does not apply to your question, though, it seems.
Oct
9
comment “tienen que tener” como pleonasmo
@Gorpik Buena observación. Agregado.
Oct
9
revised “tienen que tener” como pleonasmo
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Oct
9
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Oct
8
comment In what region/country do they pronounce the 'r' at end of Spanish infinitive as 'sh'?
"it was clearly the end of infinitives only" Wasn't it at every 'r'?
Oct
1
comment What is “ya va” in Venezuelan Spanish?
Indeed, it's very used in Argentina.
Sep
30
answered “tienen que tener” como pleonasmo
Sep
30
comment “Po” for “pues” - anywhere else but Chile?
Not in Argentina.
Sep
30
answered La diferencia entre “He” y “Hay”
Sep
27
answered Origen de “mano” para denotar primero
Sep
27
comment El uso de “haciendo que”
El gerundio "haciendo" tampoco es muy correcto en este caso, aunque frecuente. manualdeestilo.rtve.es/el-lenguaje/6-5-los-verbos/…
Sep
24
revised “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
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Sep
23
comment “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
@BrianA ooops, fixed, thanks
Sep
23
revised “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
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Sep
23
revised “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
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Sep
23
revised “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders
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Sep
23
comment Uso de “preguntan” en esta oración
"ask" -> "preguntar" is one the most frequent mistranslations. Here it should be "piden" or, better, "requieren"
Sep
23
answered “Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders