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comment Equivalent of Joe in spanish?
Jorge, Joel, Jonas Jordi... ? It may help to know the country and region of your friend.
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10
comment Is “performance” a common word in spanish IT terminology?
It is very common but you also have: desempeño, rendimiento, duración and comportamiento, But each of these words have it's own meaning while at the same time they share some similarities. You also have Performar but is less used.
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revised Where does the expression “Oe oe oe oe oe, … oeee, … oeee” come from?
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answered Regional differences between escuchar and oír
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comment Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
@JoulSauron So... according to that, what do you do when a country uses two currencies that have the same symbol ? Can you provide a link to that reference -> definition and use of symbols ?
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comment Where does the expression “Oe oe oe oe oe, … oeee, … oeee” come from?
@roseck sorry but in Google the search for "oe oe oe" leads to the same article, in position 8, -> google.ie/… It just depends how do you search and how do you use the search tools. I'ts like any SE site, you need to know what and how to ask in order to get the answer you are looking
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revised Where does the expression “Oe oe oe oe oe, … oeee, … oeee” come from?
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comment Where does the expression “Oe oe oe oe oe, … oeee, … oeee” come from?
@Javi after a few runs of both videos using big speaker you can clearly hear both "oé" and "olé", And to be perfectly onest with you I never heard that chant as "oé" it always was "olé". Furthermore that seems like a variation of the chant in Spain because in Latinamerica you only get the chant with "olé". here is the original version youtube.com/watch?v=L0GmxnlXv3s See updated answer
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comment Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
@JoulSauron According to whom is not the proper form ? The whole point is that there is a case where it is ok and common to use and that there is no rule or "form" while it may be irrelevant in some cases (the use of the word "pesos" combined withe currency symbol) does not means that is wrong or not a proper form.
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comment Difference between “salvo” and “salvado” (religion)
@jrdioko Yep !.
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comment Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
@Flimzy follow the line of edits on the question, after some research I found that there is no rule. Feel free to edit the answer to avoid contradictions.
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comment Where does the expression “Oe oe oe oe oe, … oeee, … oeee” come from?
@roseck thats is because you are searching the wrong thing ;)
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comment Propogation of the subjunctive through clauses
@WChargin There is no uncertainty because the person will call only when he/she is on his way. Imagine a voice message on a phone like this: "... a esta hora puede que estés en camino hacia el aeropuerto "... There you have certainly the time (a esta hora) but there is also uncertainly about the location of the person (puede que estés).
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revised Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
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comment Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
A dolar sign represent currency, it also represent the Peso and the Dollar, both currencies. ""it would be strange seeing "5€ euros"."" Thats because there is only one currency using that symbol
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revised Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
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revised Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
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comment Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
@JoulSauron There is no rule or correct form, all forms are valid, depending on the region, it seems like in mexico for example is more common to find signs like the one the user is asking.