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Usage of "pues" (split from Wanderlust 2)

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Re: Usage of "pues" (split from Wanderlust 2)

Postby vijayjohn » 2014-08-14, 2:33

Sí, es posible, pero si nadie tiene dudas, ¿por qué mudaron la discusión? Podían dejarla en el hilo original. Es lo que suelen hacer, ¿no? :ohwell:

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Re: Usage of "pues" (split from Wanderlust 2)

Postby loqu » 2014-08-14, 9:53

Porque cuando yo solicité que se moviera, aún estaba viva la discusión. La movieron unas dos semanas después.
De tant que et vull, et trac un ull.
Qui no vulga pols, que no vaja a l'era.

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Re: Usage of "pues" (split from Wanderlust 2)

Postby Ciarán12 » 2014-10-19, 2:57

He pensado en otra cosa que quizás sería apropiada poner aquí - "a ver", ¿cómo y cuándo se usa?
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Re: Usage of "pues" (split from Wanderlust 2)

Postby vijayjohn » 2014-10-26, 20:23

¿No quiere decir "let's see"?

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Re: Usage of "pues" (split from Wanderlust 2)

Postby Ciarán12 » 2014-10-26, 20:34

Según lo que he oído me parece que tiene un matiz particular, diferente a "let's see" en inglés. Sólo quiero averiguar qué piensan los nativos.
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