934 reputation
211
bio website dockeryz.com
location Murphy, NC
age 28
visits member for 2 years, 5 months
seen 20 hours ago

Um...


Feb
16
awarded  Editor
Feb
16
revised Usage ocurrir and suceder
double negative
Feb
15
comment “Quieres” vs “Quieras”
Siquiera no tiene nada que ver con su pregunta.
Feb
15
suggested suggested edit on Usage ocurrir and suceder
Feb
5
answered “Basta” o “Basta con”
Feb
5
comment How to Say “Nice to see you again”?
You could also get away with taking Qué out completely, but it wouldn't have as much emphasis on HOW good it is to see the person again.
Feb
5
answered How do you change tambien to the negative?
Feb
5
answered ¿Qué significa 'Víveme'?
Feb
5
comment How does “Vino con vino” translate to “She came with wine”?
Venir is an irregular verb. The 1st person singular present conjugatino is vengo.. Even still, preterite conjugations for the YO form never end in an 'o'.. it's always going to be an 'e' or an 'i' depending on which which tier the verb is.
Feb
5
comment Preterito imperfecto and condicional in reported speech
I agree, the first sentence is odd because it translates to "He said he was buying the dog"... indicating that something else occurred during the action. "He said he was buying the dog when....something happened." Él dijo que compró el perro is very definitive and the timeline is terminated.. the has been bought.
Feb
5
answered What is the difference between “tuyo” and “suyo”?
Apr
9
accepted Stir the pot, in American Spanish
Apr
8
comment Stir the pot, in American Spanish
Does that not literally mean to stir the pot though?
Apr
5
answered Stir the pot, in American Spanish
Apr
5
answered How would you translate the word “badass” to Spanish?
Apr
5
asked Stir the pot, in American Spanish
Nov
19
awarded  Scholar
Nov
19
accepted What does “pelite” mean, in regards to orthopedics?
Nov
19
awarded  Student
Nov
18
asked What does “pelite” mean, in regards to orthopedics?