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2010-03-01

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2010-03-01

y luego vota en contra del aborto... ¿¡¿es para que no tengamos vacuna?!?

@lxo@gnusocial.net 2022-07-03 20:38

who'd want to become a very strong magnet, anyway?

@lxo@gnusocial.net 2022-07-03 20:02

like, I used to tell my late mother-in-law that she was my favorite mother-in-law ;-)

@lxo@gnusocial.net 2022-07-03 19:57

if only people would learn from the mistakes of becoming dependent on e.g. github, that we've been warning about for so long... but there seem to be so many variations of such mistakes to learn from! :-/

@lxo@gnusocial.net 2022-07-03 19:52

I don't think I can do es_ES, honestly. I can't identify a single origin for the Spanish I've learned, it's been lots of contacts most over Latin America. es_LA maybe? :-)
(though, really, I've noticed significant differences even between the Spanish spoken in the Latin American countries I've had the pleasure to visit: accents, preferred pronouns (tú, vos, usted, vosotros), and even the words used to refer to such common things as T-shirts. it's been fascinating!

@lxo@gnusocial.net 2022-07-03 19:37

I can do some (probably broken) Spanish too, FWIW, but the languages are quite similar indeed, and we can often communicate in Portuñol, though they are different languages, much farther apart than say just different accents. far enough for there to be yet another language in between (Galician). as for your question, reportedly, average Portuguese speakers have an easier time grasping Spanish than the other way round. My guess is that that's because Spanish is more regular than Portuguese.

@lxo@gnusocial.net 2022-07-03 15:45

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