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accepted What is the preferred word to use to know if the partner is grasping what you are explaining?
Feb
29
accepted What's the meaning of the Mexican expression “se te va el avión”?
Feb
29
accepted What's the plural of “suéter”?
Feb
29
accepted Is “mas sin embargo” a pleonasm?
Feb
29
accepted In what cases are “de” and “para” interchangeable?
Feb
29
accepted What's the function of “lo” in “lo que”?
Feb
29
accepted What is the correct way to say the days of a month?
Feb
29
accepted Difference between “mas” and “más”
Feb
29
accepted Difference between “está” and “esta” or “esté” and “este”?
Feb
29
asked Why does “toalla” sound like “tualla”?
Feb
28
comment In referring to a website's appearance, how would I say Skin or Theme?
@Icarus here at my work if we ever have to use the word "skin" we use the English word.
Feb
28
revised In referring to a website's appearance, how would I say Skin or Theme?
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revised In referring to a website's appearance, how would I say Skin or Theme?
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answered In referring to a website's appearance, how would I say Skin or Theme?
Feb
28
comment How do you say “I'm gonna get you!”?
"pillar" is not used at least in Mexico.
Feb
28
comment How do you say “I'm gonna get you!”?
@CesarGon "atrapar" is pretty neutral. "El gato atrapó al ratón". Look at buscon.rae.es/draeI/SrvltConsulta?TIPO_BUS=3&LEMA=atrapar . On the other hand, "pillar" is not used in Mexico for anything.
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revised How do you say “I'm gonna get you!”?
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answered How do you say “I'm gonna get you!”?
Feb
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reviewed Approve What's the meaning of the Mexican expression “se te va el avión”?
Feb
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