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Old June 20, 2009, 07:40 AM
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Ya lo sé. Como se dice por aquí: "hasta ahí llego"
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Old June 20, 2009, 07:49 AM
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¿"Hasta ahí llego" es chilenismo? Aquí también se dice. Creo que es español
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Old June 20, 2009, 08:02 AM
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Todo era broma. Es el día del idioma español, no de los españoles de España.

¿No estudias español? Pues también es tu día
Oh jaja. Nunca entiendo las bromas en español. Cada día trataba de leer las viñetas de "El País". Pero no las entiendo.

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Old June 20, 2009, 10:29 AM
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Oh jaja. Nunca entiendo las bromas en español. Cada día trataba de leer las viñetas de "El País". Pero no las entiendo.

¡Felicidades a todos los hispanohablantes!
Chileno hacía broma haciendo ver que confundía el idioma español con un español y yo le decía que no era español (porque soy española ). Es como si dijera "Today is The English Day" (not the day of the English men, but the day of the English language).

Tú también eres un poco hispanohablante
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¿"Hasta ahí llego" es chilenismo? Aquí también se dice. Creo que es español
No. Eso es español común.


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Old June 21, 2009, 11:37 AM
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Tú no me ofendes nunca, Chileno. Y menos si me regalas una flor
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Tú no me ofendes nunca, Chileno. Y menos si me regalas una flor

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Congratulations to all the from Spain for their day.
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Congratulations to all the from Spain for their day.
But that was not a day for Spanish people, but for people who speaks Spanish. You speak Spanish, too, don't you?

Now I have a doubt:

people speak Spanish
people who speak Spanish or who speaks Spanish: which of these two is correct ("who" makes me doubt)
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But that was not a day for Spanish people, but for people who speaks Spanish. You speak Spanish, too, don't you?

Now I have a doubt:

people speak Spanish
people who speak Spanish or who speaks Spanish: which of these two is correct ("who" makes me doubt)
You would say"people who speak Spanish"
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