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Old December 03, 2009, 09:43 AM
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Aún y todavía

Aún y todavía; ¿son intercambiable? Me gusta usar 'aún' porque es corto y fácil [para me lo recuerdo ].
Edit: Nevermind, found another thread about this same thing. (Curse you BobJenkins!! ((not really)) ).
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