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How to say "I don't need change" politely when paying a bill
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If they ask you if you want your change back: Quédese con el cambio "keep the change" or, if you are handing the money, before they say anything: Así está bien "this is okay" its inferred ...

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"Todo lo demás" o "Todos los demás"
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todo =/= todos, for your given context since "ejecuta" is singular, using todo makes more sense. One is not the plural of the other. Todo lo demás se ejecuta en las dos partes, cliente y ...

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Why does "every eight days" mean once a week?
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Yes, you include "Today", and refer to the same day next week. If today is Monday then: Today:1 Tuesday:2 Wednesday:3 Thursday:4 Friday:5 Saturday:6 Sunday:7 Monday:8 This is very common in Spanish,...

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Is there a way to differentiate between uncles, aunts, grandparents?
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The common way would be: tío paterno (father's brother), tío materno (mother's brother) tía paterna (father's sister), tía materna (mother's sister) Abuelo paterno (father's father), ...

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¿Cuáles son los otros usos, orígenes y significados de la expresión "Ave María"?
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En Mexico, Ave Maria, tambien puede ser interpretado como el nombre de una calle: Avenida Maria, que esta abreviado como Ave. Maria. Tambien existe la frase: Ave Maria purisima, la cual se usa ...

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¿Cuál es la palabra para algo que no se sabe cómo decir?
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En México: (esto, eso, aqullo, esta cosa, esa cosa). Las palabras "esto, eso, aquello" tienen un "objeto" sin nombre implícito, mientras que usar la palabra "cosa" da a entender que no se sabe el ...

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What does my friend mean when he says this to his kid?
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A wooden knife cant cut, so it means that it would take a long time to kill someone with a wooden knife. Which means that this is a constant issue with her kid, and while it wont kill her it is ...

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What is Cargamantos?
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Probably refers to the cargamantos beans:

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Cómo decir "college dropout"?
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Como en México es menos común ir a la universidad, por lo general cuando se dice en español: Él no se graduó. se infiere que: no se graduó de la universidad / no terminó sus estudios / nunca ...

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How do you say "I got you!" in Spanish?
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As a Mexican I would say: Ándele! or Tómala!

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Translation of "Hoy hace mucho calor" in another way
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Hoy está mucho calor. This is incorrect in Spanish, however the correct way of writing it would be: Hoy está haciendo mucho calor. in a sentence like this it is inferred that the weather is ...

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Water Bottle vs. Bottle of Water
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In Mexican-Spanish we have different words for those: bottle of water: (keep in mind that once the bottle runs out of water it is now called a bottle or a "Botella" in spanish) botella de ...

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Question word used as a noun
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Hay 4 diferentes palabras: Porqué / porque / por qué / por que pueden sonar igual, pero cada una tiene un significado y uso diferente. Aqui te dejo el link de la real academia española: http://www....

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