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location Monterrey, Mexico
age 24
visits member for 2 years, 9 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)

Nov
23
answered Translating “looking forward to”
Nov
23
comment Age range of niño, chico, muchacho, joven, etc
Must of the time It depends on your age. If you're an 80 years old person you could call a 25 person a "niño" and there's no problem.
Nov
23
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Nov
23
comment What is the origin of the word “tascalate”?
> El orígen de la palabra “Tazcalate” es todo un enigma.
Nov
23
comment Are there any nouns with irregular plurals in Spanish?
Specially in the north of Mexico they add 's' even if it isn't necessary. For example the use of "gentes" instead of just gente.
Nov
23
comment What Spanish term (or terms) work best to describe a glass jar as used for coffee, jam, etc?
I wouldn't add nothing unless it's necessary.
Nov
22
answered What is “surime”?
Nov
18
comment Usage of “llevar a trabajar” vs “llevar al trabajo”
+1 for correctness.
Nov
17
comment Regional use of “genial”
Don't forget the classic "Awesombroso" a mix with awesome and asombroso.
Nov
17
comment American style TV shows in Spanish
If you want some comedy the 'otro rollo' program specially the monologue part was pretty funny.
Nov
17
comment American style TV shows in Spanish
Well it depends on your taste, what kind of soup opera do you want?
Nov
17
answered American style TV shows in Spanish
Nov
16
answered How should I translate “he is a pain in the ass”?
Nov
16
comment How to translate 'to become?' (hacerse, ponerse, convertirse en, etc.)
+1 for the PDF link
Nov
16
comment How to translate the idiomatic expressions “I wish!” and “You wish!”
@Rafael.IT you can't translate You wish! with ojalá. Thats why I just put I whish.
Nov
16
comment What are the main differences between Spanish in Spain and Spanish in Latin America?
Spain Spanish uses a lot the past perfect while Latin American uses more the simple past. Example: Ya me bañe (LA) -> Ya me he bañado (ES).
Nov
16
answered How to translate the idiomatic expressions “I wish!” and “You wish!”
Nov
15
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Nov
15
answered Any difference between aquí and acá
Nov
15
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