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Soy de El Salvador y según recuerdo la palabra corvo es de Guatemala, al menos en mi zona la palabra mas usada es guarizama.


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Mejilla is in Spaniard's Spanish (castellan), while Cachete is Native Caribbean Taino. Been Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico (then San Juan Bautista) where the gates of the western Spanish empire influence in Taino words grew spreading with conquistadores all over The Americas ,potatoes comes from patata in castellan where its started from the Taino ...


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A few options that sound more natural in Spain: I'm sorry for this delay -> Lamento el retraso We do not handle warranty or technological (?) support -> No gestionamos la garantía ni el soporte técnico I'm sorry we missed your call -> Lamento haber perdido su llamada Let me transfer you to somebody who speaks Spanish -> Le paso con alguien que ...


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Déjeme transferirlo CON alguien que hable español. / Déjame transferirte/Déjame pasarte con es en confianza :D (Él) hable o habla, el indicativo también funciona. Disculpe por no haber atendido su llamada. No gestionamos la garantía ni damos soporte técnico. Lamento mucho esta situación. (no 'la') ¿Tiene el número de su pedido? (o 'del') Haré (todo) lo que ...


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About the first term, I think you are right. I think ayudarlo works when you talk about a third person who is not involved in the conversation, but ayudarle in this case is the formal speech to say ayudarte. So, you should say ¿Cómo puedo ayudarte/ayudarle? in Spanish, depending on how formal you want to sound. About lamento, it is the right way to conjugate ...


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I agree with the other answer that all three mean the same thing. However, "cada día" is more autonomous as an adverbial. While all three can be used in phrases containing a numeral: tres veces al día (three times a day) tres veces por día tres veces cada día only "cada día" can be used as a standalone adverbial (in which case it is ...


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All three options have the same meanings and can be used in the same context. There's no difference between them!


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