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Old July 30, 2008, 10:32 PM
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Tomisimo Tomisimo is offline
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Interesting replies.

So far we have:
  1. Por siempre and para siempre are very close in meaning, but not exactly the same.
  2. They cannot always be used interchangeably.
  3. Para siempre is more common, por siempre more used in literature.
Para siempre
  • Forever
  • Always
  • For an indefinite time
Por siempre
  • Forever
  • Perpetually
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