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A familiar, affectionate form employed in addressing old ladies in Spanish America. A phrase used in certain parts of Latin America in referring to a person or persons without actually naming them. How are those plans getting on? Note: Verbs of the second person singular in the present Indicative, as well as in the Infinitive, show a peculiar tendency in Argentina.

According to this interesting tendency, the form eres becomes sos. These forms are already so commonly used by all social classes in Argentina, that they require some mention here. Have you any other data? Is it possible! Note colloquial use of possessive pronoun. A warning to the telephone operator not to cut off.

Note peculiar use of de. Well, well! A general form to acknowledge the desire to be remembered to absent friends.


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El melodrama ha pasado de moda. A customary form used in commercial correspondence. French for stage setting. The expression prima donna is also current, as well as soprano , mezzo soprano , and contralto. Said of a person who is not conversant with what is generally known. This applies to machinery and vehicles moved by animals. Is there a field for? En la ciudad de Buenos Aires hay cerca de mil asociaciones de jugadores de football. Los sostienen asociaciones especiales, las cuales reciben a veces subvenciones del estado, donaciones de terreno, y otros elementos valiosos.

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La taba es un juego de azar que consiste en arrojar el hueso que lleva ese nombre de modo que caiga sobre determinado lado. En Chile estos regocijos se llaman chalilones. Note omission of indefinite article. Ese sombrero sin duda es fabricado con paja toquilla, y ha de haber sido hecho de encargo. La Argentina, el Brasil y Chile han dado estabilidad a la moneda por ese medio, habiendo hecho cesar el agio del oro en la Bolsa. Es evidente que a los bancos les conviene realizar esas operaciones, porque de ese modo colocan en el exterior los fondos que necesitan para las operaciones de cambio.

Ha puesto Ud. Note that cualesquiera is the plural form of cualquiera. Activo, assets. Como lo ve Ud. Deseche Ud.

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Are such firms responsible? How would it do? Note preposition de which may be omitted. Note omission of d. Pero esto es caso excepcional. Cada litigante tiene el suyo.

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Referring to the Castilian pronunciation of Spanish as spoken in Spain. Most Spanish American peoples pronounce s , z and c the latter before e and i like s; ll like y , that is to say, like y in yonder or like j in John. Usually no distinction is made between b and v , both having the sound of the former. On the Pacific coast the letter b is hardly pronounced at all. Variant : Es evidente por todas partes or doquiera , a contraction of donde quiera. Note that el modifies an infinitive.


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Related Words : Honorarios, fee; arancel, scale of regulated fees. Related Words : miopia, short-sightedness; ceguera, blindness; ciego, blind; bizco or bisojo , cross-eyed. Note that possessive adjectives following the noun are identical with the possessive pronouns. Compare with nunca ve. Me tiene Ud. Entre ellos tiene Ud. Considere Ud. A lo sumo, [11] tal vez pueda Ud. Desde luego recuerde Ud.

Cruza Ud. Ha de saber Ud. Muchos diccionarios se han escrito donde se catalogan los argentinismos, chilenismos, peruanismos, mejicanismos, cubanismos, etc. Tiene Ud.

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Estudie Ud. Si Ud. Note the introduction of the reflexive pronoun to imply that the curiosity was aroused by what had been previously said. Compare with me asombra Ud. Note the force of ya as anticipating the future.

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Part in parenthesis is omitted for euphony. How much more will it not be. Note peculiar use of no. Why but , that is precisely! How can you avoid concluding that? And how could it be otherwise? Note the use of ni. Matter in parenthesis omitted for euphony. See 6. Donde no se les molesta, se acercan a las habitaciones campestres y no huyen de la gente de a pie [4] ; pero donde se acostumbra darles caza, [5] son en extremo ariscas, y huyen con tanta velocidad que aun con buenos caballos es dificultoso alcanzarlas. Para pacer, bajan el cuello y la cabeza y cortan la yerba de que se alimentan.

Son curiosos y se paran a las ventanas y puertas para atisbar lo que pasa en el interior. La carne de los pollos es tierna y de buen gusto, [11] la de los adultos no vale nada. The first su refers to the mountain, the second to the snow. Although no explicit negative form is in the antecedent, the thought calls for ni instead of y.