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    Quote Originally Posted by lauracipolla
    acá se usa una comparación parecida, con un poco más de mala intención: "entre uno que no sabe y el otro que no se acuerda..." pero más o menos es la idea!
    This one is even easier:

    "one doesn't know (what to do) and the other doesen't remember (how to do it"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spanishstudent
    Hi! I'm having trouble with preterite and imperfect? Can you translate "How much DID it cost?" into spanish for me. Thanks!!
    Cuánto costó

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    Hi, everyone!

    I agree with you, Sandra: the diversity of the many varieties of Spanish can sometimes be surprising . As Mer has already posted, in Argentina, we would use those two expressions (this one being more colloquial than the other one: "¿Cuánto te salió?").

    I'm also looking forward to know whether you use different expressions or would accept some other option in Mexico...

    Regards!
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