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Nov
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Spanish for “Of course”
Oct
28
awarded  Custodian
Oct
28
reviewed No Action Needed What is the article for Avestruz?
Oct
28
reviewed No Action Needed How to read a decimal number in Spanish?
Oct
26
comment Significado de “alta llanta” en Argentina
Agrego que las "similares" (alto guiso, alto rancho) son -creo- derivadas, "altas llantas" parece ser la expresión madre (desconozco origen). Además, son muy recientes (5 años?) y, supongo, efímeras.
Oct
24
revised Fecho fermoso y otras f más
edited tags
Oct
24
answered Fecho fermoso y otras f más
Oct
18
answered Bauwagen en español: Como es la palabra para un tipo de remolque o trailer de vivienda temporal
Oct
17
answered ¿Qué significa “es sorprendentemente genuino” en esta oración?
Oct
17
comment ¿Qué significa “es sorprendentemente genuino” en esta oración?
En lugar de "fue" diría "es"
Oct
17
comment “a mí” and “yo” differences?
"mí" means "me" and "yo" means "I" That's a good first approximation, if not the whole picture.
Oct
16
comment Extensión y origen del orto
@Alpha: interesante, me resulta más o menos igual de plausible que la otra.
Oct
16
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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
awarded  Nice Answer
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'?