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Mar
19
comment Difference between “Chiuahua” and “Chiuahueño”
I'm glad, Sir, to have been able to be of service while at the same time scratching my didactic itch.
Mar
18
comment Difference between “Chiuahua” and “Chiuahueño”
Thank you very much for this very complete answer. If you will permit me, I would beg to advise you that to ignore in English does not mean not to know or to be ignorant of, but rather it has the meaning no hacer caso de, desatender, pasar por alto. Interestingly, though, ignorant in English does mean pretty much ignorante in Spanish.
Jan
15
comment Neither official nor sweet salutation in letter
I should like to know if it might be appropriate to use Doña before Carmen here.