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comment Are there any studies regarding the future viability of the inverted question mark (¿)?
+1, but "Why doesn't English utilize the ¿ or ¡? Isn't rather Spanish unique in this feature?
Oct
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comment The meaning of “¿Cuántos meses tienes tu bebé?”
"3rd person polite" there is no such a thing.
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comment Names of wedding reception and ceremony in Mexico
You actually also say la boda, because actually nobody cares about the religious ceremony (unless you are over 60 years old), but about the party thereafter; that's for me the most common word. I'd use only that, unless I want to sound too elegant.
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comment Palabras del animal: puerco, cochi, cerdo
+1 por el dato de la etimología de marrano. @Joe lo que dice esta respuesta se entendería cualquier mexicano, estoy seguro. Quizá guarro se identificaría en primera instancia como 'hombre de malos modales', pero dado un contexto apropiado, como cerdo.
Jun
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comment Palabras del animal: puerco, cochi, cerdo
@Joe Así es. Aunque cuino es onomatopéyico. Pero he conocido gente que sí lo dice (lenguaje informal).
Jun
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comment Palabras del animal: puerco, cochi, cerdo
Por cierto, cochi, no me parece tan común. Cochino sí lo es.
Jun
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comment Palabras del animal: puerco, cochi, cerdo
+cochino, marrano, cuino, lechón (puerco bebé), etc.
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asked ¿Es el español de Perú y/o Ecuador realmente más cercano al europeo?
Jun
19
comment “What the hell” in Spanish
+"¡qué mádres!" o "¡qué carajo!"
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