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Old January 05, 2010, 02:49 PM
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El estaba hablando de que las instrucciones no estaban claras... Quería saber de todas los requisitos enumerados/listados cuantos de eso debía uno tener para poder calificar.

Ahora tengo curiosidad a la leyenda del folleto...
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Old January 06, 2010, 03:53 AM
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Perikles, apunta.
1. Que la potencia contradada sea inferior a 3 kW

2. Aquellos consumidores con 60 o más años de edad que acrediten ser pensionistas de Sistema de la Seguridad por jubilación, incapacidad permanente o viudedad......

3. Familias numerosas, o

4. Consumidores que acrediten formar parte de una unidad familiar que tenga todos sus miembros en situación de desempleo.

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1. Que la potencia contradada sea inferior a 3 kW

2. Aquellos consumidores con 60 o más años de edad que acrediten ser pensionistas de Sistema de la Seguridad por jubilación, incapacidad permanente o viudedad......

3. Familias numerosas, o

4. Consumidores que acrediten formar parte de una unidad familiar que tenga todos sus miembros en situación de desempleo.

Alguno de ... (a), (b), o (c)

¿No está claro que basta con cumplir un requisito de la lista?
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Old January 06, 2010, 05:34 AM
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Alguno de ... (a), (b), o (c)

¿No está claro que basta con cumplir un requisito de la lista?
Sorry - I still don't get it.
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I'm now nearly sure that you need to fulfill one of the four requirements, but what constitutes numerous in family size? Not clear enough in my opinion. I think Spain needs to hire some native English speakers to make their simple official documents more precise
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I'm now nearly sure that you need to fulfill one of the four requirements, but what constitutes numerous in family size? Not clear enough in my opinion. I think Spain needs to hire some native English speakers to make their simple official documents more precise
OK - but then why do they say

que cumplan alguno de los siguientes requisitos

? (pjt was too cryptic )

Edit: It has just dawned on me that alguno can mean one or any. I thought it meant just some. This error is so basic that nobody saw what my problem was. I'm now going off to drown myself.

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OK - but then why do they say

que cumplan alguno de los siguientes requisitos

? (pjt was too cryptic )

Edit: It has just dawned on me that alguno can mean one or any. I thought it meant just some. This error is so basic that nobody saw what my problem was. I'm now going off to drown myself.
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Edit: It has just dawned on me that alguno can mean one or any. I thought it meant just some. This error is so basic that nobody saw what my problem was. I'm now going off to drown myself.
I think I may have been the only person to assume you were copying what it said without introducing errors.
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I think I may have been the only person to assume you were copying what it said without introducing errors.
Tell me - would you have understood alguno as one or any in this context, and not some? Is this unambiguous?
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Tell me - would you have understood alguno as one or any in this context, and not some? Is this unambiguous?

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