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    BTW cuchito_cuchito...being a cat lover...me encanta tu avatar. jajaja
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    Quote Originally Posted by vicente
    BTW cuchito_cuchito...being a cat lover...me encanta tu avatar. jajaja
    Cuchito, cuchito is our "partners" way to call us cats, when we hide looking for a peaceful loneliness.

    Attention, we cats never have had owners, but partners.


    ¿Qué tal mi inglés?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cuchito_cuchito
    Cuchito, cuchito is our "partners" way to call us cats, when we hide looking for a peaceful loneliness.

    Attention, we cats never have had owners, but partners.


    ¿Qué tal mi inglés?
    It's very good!

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    En Puerto Rico tambien dicen mucho "a la orden"

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    Vicente, here in Vzla. young people (and not so young) also say no hay problema these days...and also no hay rollo which is a variation of no hay problema.

    We usually say:

    De nada
    Por nada
    No hay de qué
    A la orden
    A su orden
    No se preocupe, estamos para servirle

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    ¡Hola!

    Yo soy mexicana y respondo con un "a la orden" según lo considere conveniente. Para mí es una manera de reiterarle a alguien que puede contar conmigo siempre; pero si no me interesa seguir en contacto con ese "alguien", contesto con un simple "de nada".

    Xóchitl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xóchitl L. View Post
    ¡Hola!

    Yo soy mexicana y respondo con un "a la orden" según lo considere conveniente. Para mí es una manera de reiterarle a alguien que puede contar conmigo siempre; pero si no me interesa seguir en contacto con ese "alguien", contesto con un simple "de nada".

    Xóchitl
    Gracias Xóchitl!! Muy interesante eso.
    vicente

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    muchas gracias a todos por sus respuestas! Ya me había olvidado de este thread, qué bueno que cada tanto se revivan estos temas tan interesantes de uso de nuestro lenguaje.

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