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bio website google.com
location Monterrey, Mexico
age 24
visits member for 2 years, 8 months
seen Jul 22 at 18:24
  • Single
  • Proud of be Mexican (Despite the things that happen in my country)
  • Speaking English, Spanish and a litte bit of Japanese
  • Taco lover (Seriously ಠ_ಠ)

Jan
17
comment Are the phrases “jarabe para la tos” or “antibióticos” colloquially used to mean other types of medicine?
Joke ahead don't take it seriously: I think you are looking for the world "tequila". bit.ly/1au8w0v
Jan
11
revised What do Chingón and Chinga mean?
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Jan
8
answered What do Chingón and Chinga mean?
Jan
8
answered ¿Qué significa 'Víveme'?
Nov
15
awarded  Yearling
Dec
20
revised ¿Se debe decir jefe o jefa al referirse a una persona de sexo femenino?
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Dec
20
answered ¿Se debe decir jefe o jefa al referirse a una persona de sexo femenino?
Nov
15
awarded  Yearling
Mar
12
awarded  Beta
Jan
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
23
revised What is the difference between different ways of expressing desire and intention?
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Nov
23
awarded  Editor
Nov
23
comment What is the difference between different ways of expressing desire and intention?
Fixed!, Sorry my mistake.
Nov
23
revised What is the difference between different ways of expressing desire and intention?
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Nov
23
comment Translating “looking forward to”
Yeap, if you're from Argentina or Spain It'll sound strange. But sounds perfectly normal in Mexico and others countries.
Nov
23
answered What is the difference between different ways of expressing desire and intention?
Nov
23
comment Bueno as hello or greeting?
Just as a word game, always that my brother calls a girl and the girl answers "Bueno?" he replays with "No, Buenote!". Buenote = Handsome.
Nov
23
comment What does “tracatera” mean?
Just for a moment I think that tracatera comes from "matraca".
Nov
23
comment Various translations of “ticket”
Ticket translation ticket. Is almost the same with taxi.
Nov
23
comment How to translate “I can't wait…”
+1 This sounds just perfect.