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comment What is the most universal way to say “keep the change”?
I would like to note some regional variations for the word cambio (change) which I believe nonetheless to be the most widespread. I've seen many older people in Mexico say vuelto (e.g. No olvides traerme el vuelto/Don't forget to bring back back the change to me). Also, feria is very common in northern Mexico (e.g. No traigo feria/I don't have any spare change), although it is very confusing for people in Mexico City because it means 'fair' or 'show' (as in circus fair)
Aug
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comment Periférico de sonido en inglés?
También he visto 'altoparlantes' (como equivalente de 'loudspeakers')
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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awarded  Editor
Apr
11
revised What is the difference between “personas” and “gente”?
fixed important grammatical number mismatch
Apr
11
suggested suggested edit on What is the difference between “personas” and “gente”?
Apr
11
answered How do I ask someone not to call me “usted”?
Apr
9
answered Why “fiestas de árboles” and not “árboles de fiestas”?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Teacher
Apr
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answered Can someone help deconstruct the sentence “Hicieron usted su tarea para hoy?”
Apr
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answered No se acumulan vs No están acumulados