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Old February 17, 2010, 02:14 PM
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primero segundo tercero cuarto quinto sexto

Hola , ¿cómo se diría en corto? (abreviarlo

He visto algo así

1er
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Old February 17, 2010, 02:19 PM
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Según si es primero (º) o primera (ª), etc.

1º - 1ª
2º - 2ª
3º - 3ª
etc.

Segundo piso, primera puerta : 2º - 1ª
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Old February 17, 2010, 02:29 PM
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Según si es primero (º) o primera (ª), etc.

1º - 1ª
2º - 2ª
3º - 3ª
etc.

Segundo piso, primera puerta : 2º - 1ª
Gracias, me gusta la forma de escribirlo
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Old February 18, 2010, 01:25 AM
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Gracias, me gusta la forma de escribirlo
Sí, es más fácil que la vuestra.
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I love this thread. I could never figure out what these things signified when I saw them written in Spanish. Someone had written 2ª something, and I was SO confused. Now it makes PERFECT sense ... and, YES, it is SO much easier than our English! THANKS!!!
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Old February 19, 2010, 01:40 AM
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I love this thread. I could never figure out what these things signified when I saw them written in Spanish. Someone had written 2ª something, and I was SO confused. Now it makes PERFECT sense ... and, YES, it is SO much easier than our English! THANKS!!!
Lou Ann, remember that "0" or "PB" = Planta Baja.
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Lou Ann, remember that "0" or "PB" = Planta Baja.
Oh - THAT is good to know, too! Because I wouldn't want people to laugh at me like I laughed at my British friend looking for the button on the elevator........
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De nuevo vi "1ER" , significa Primer tiempo en un partido de fútbol, pero no entiendo la construcción de él
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Just like you do in English, joining the number with the last letters of the word, Bob:

1st - 1er (primer) / 1ro (primero)
2nd - 2do (segundo)
3rd - 3er (tercer) / 3ro (tercero)
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Just like you do in English, joining the number with the last letters of the word, Bob:

1st - 1er (primer) / 1ro (primero)
2nd - 2do (segundo)
3rd - 3er (tercer) / 3ro (tercero)
Buen, lo entiendo , y es lo mismo al inglés

1st
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