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    Default "Si, que no"

    Alguien podria decirme que quiere decir "Si, que no"

    Gracias

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    Hi Lou,

    It means "yes, of course" in a rather informal way, just like "hell, yeah!" or something like that. :-)

    Victoria

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    Victoria is right. This expresion is informally used to tell the other person that you agree with him/her. Like the informal expresion in English "You can say that again".

    Hope it helps


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