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Living in Monterrey, Mexico.


Jan
23
comment What's the meaning of “me choca” expression?
@Alenanno That should be an answer.
Jan
23
asked What's the meaning of “me choca” expression?
Jan
21
comment Reflexive and non-reflexive third person
@Javi What about "Él comió la propia comida del presidente."? "Él comió su propia comida." That's what I mean.
Jan
21
comment Reflexive and non-reflexive third person
Even using "propio" or "propia" can also lead to ambiguity.
Jan
21
answered Reflexive and non-reflexive third person
Jan
21
comment Reflexive and non-reflexive third person
Nice question! The ambiguity also exists in spanish.
Jan
19
revised What's the meaning of “Te la bañaste” expression?
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Jan
19
comment What's the meaning of “Te la bañaste” expression?
@Icarus Thank you. Adding the accent.
Jan
19
revised What's the meaning of “Te la bañaste” expression?
edited body
Jan
19
accepted Difference between “favor de” and “por favor”
Jan
19
accepted Why “camarada” means friend?
Jan
19
accepted Why “¿Cómo te llamas?” means “¿Cuál es tu nombre?”?
Jan
19
asked What's the meaning of “Te la bañaste” expression?
Jan
16
revised Why “¿Cómo te llamas?” means “¿Cuál es tu nombre?”?
edited body; edited title
Jan
16
asked Why “¿Cómo te llamas?” means “¿Cuál es tu nombre?”?
Jan
13
comment Argentine slang 're'
Archi-requete-recontra-riquísimo.
Jan
11
accepted Why is the “X” in México and Texas pronunced as the letter “J”?
Jan
11
comment How formal is cuán? What are the informal alternatives?
Cuán, as in the example of the coche, could be replaced with "¿Qué tan grande..."
Jan
11
comment Difference between “favor de” and “por favor”
Hazme favor de + infinitive" is very common in Mexico.
Jan
11
comment How to say instead (when at the end of a sentence)
+1 here in Mexico that's the common way to say it. This could be the equivalent of: It's better to learn spanish.