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Ideas y sugerencias [Ideas and suggestions]

Postby Strigo » 2007-09-16, 15:37

What are your suggestions or ideas to make this subforum a better place for both natives and students of Spanish?

¿Cuáles son sus sugerencias o ideas para hacer de este subforo un mejor lugar, tanto para nativos como para estudiantes de español?

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Postby kalemiye » 2007-09-16, 16:07

This forum it's quite alright the way it is now, but we lack a course of Spanish, although I guess there are a lot available online, as well as sound files.

Anyways, I hope Spanish Learners can give us a clue of what they feel this forum lacks :).
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Postby Strigo » 2007-09-16, 16:49

renata wrote:This forum it's quite alright the way it is now, but we lack a course of Spanish, although I guess there are a lot available online, as well as sound files.


Sí, tienes razón. Veré lo que puedo hacer al respecto.

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Postby Sectori » 2007-09-16, 20:52

Este foro no tiene mucha actividad, si se lo compara a unos de los otros foros aquí. Creo que la razón que no hay tantas personas que vienen aquí es que no ven mensajes nuevos. Sé que eso es la razón que yo no vengo aquí por lo general.
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Postby nettchelobek1 » 2007-09-17, 1:48

It could be a good idea if we open new threads concerning Spanish dialects, like on the Arabic forum, emphasizing on idioms and slang, I mean, aspects of the language that foreign learners don't learn at the classroom.
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Postby kalemiye » 2007-09-17, 9:28

nettchelobek1 wrote:It could be a good idea if we open new threads concerning Spanish dialects, like on the Arabic forum, emphasizing on idioms and slang, I mean, aspects of the language that foreign learners don't learn at the classroom.


It is a nice idea, although the differences between dialects of Spanish are just some words or slang sayings. We'll have to find an organized way of puttin them here... i think it should be a common effort between speakers of different countries.

We have here people from Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, Argentine and Spain I think, so there's already much work to do ;).
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Postby nettchelobek1 » 2007-09-17, 19:53

We have here people from Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, Argentine and Spain I think, so there's already much work to do .


I think you missed Uruguay, Nendûr is from Uruguay.
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Postby kalemiye » 2007-09-17, 21:23

nettchelobek1 wrote:
We have here people from Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, Argentine and Spain I think, so there's already much work to do .


I think you missed Uruguay, Nendûr is from Uruguay.


I don't know why i thought he was from Argentina :oops:

Nendür sounded very female-like to me, sorry for all this confusion :lol:
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Postby loqu » 2007-09-17, 21:34

¿¿Nendûr no es un chico?? :shock: :shock:
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Postby Strigo » 2007-09-17, 22:07

loqu wrote:¿¿Nendûr no es un chico?? :shock: :shock:


Sí po, se llama Germán (a no ser de que no nos haya contado su mayor secreto :lol: :lol: )

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Po

Postby 0stsee » 2007-09-17, 22:27

Strigo wrote:
loqu wrote:¿¿Nendûr no es un chico?? :shock: :shock:


po, se llama Germán (a no ser de que no nos haya contado su mayor secreto :lol: :lol: )

Que me encanta el "po" en el castellano chileno.
Hay ya un hilo sobre el chileno, no?

Tenemos también una palabrica similar en el indonesio hablado en Jakarta, po. :)
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Nendûr

Postby 0stsee » 2007-09-17, 22:30

loqu wrote:¿¿Nendûr no es un chico?? :shock: :shock:

Yo no podria saber si Nendûr es un chic@ o una chic@. :P
El nombre es bastante extranjero pa mí, po.
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Table of content, Index

Postby 0stsee » 2007-09-19, 1:21

I know what you can do for the Spanish forum!

Make a table of content or index of the themes available!
Ali does it in the Persian forum. It is very very helpful, particularly since there is a vast array of subjects that have been dealt with here.
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Re: Table of content, Index

Postby Strigo » 2007-09-19, 2:45

0stsee wrote:I know what you can do for the Spanish forum!

Make a table of content or index of the themes available!
Ali does it in the Persian forum. It is very very helpful, particularly since there is a vast array of subjects that have been dealt with here.


Well, I've taken a look at alijsh's table of contents and it's something really useful. It organizes all the threads by topics. I'll do the same as soon as I can. (probably tomorrow or next thursday). Thanks for your suggestion :)

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Postby Strigo » 2007-09-19, 2:53

I want to ask you something guys:

There's an old thread I used to set as "sticky" : Preguntas sobre el español.

http://home.unilang.org/main/forum/viewtopic.php?t=390

It condenses requests, questions and doubts about the Spanish language in a single thread. Should I set it back as sticky? Or you'd rather let it drown in the sea of forgetness? Some people would rather post individual threads instead of spending some time by looking for them in "preguntas sobre el español".

However, translations must be posted in its respective thread.

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Postby 0stsee » 2007-09-19, 14:31

You can make it as a sticky, if you want to.

Unfortunately the search engine here only refers to the thread, without even showing which page.

That's why I'm a fan of creating a new post for a new theme rather than posting in such an all-encompassing thread.
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Postby neo » 2007-09-27, 21:55

Yo se que puede ayudar:

Una columna fija (sticky) que contenga enlaces a de otras buenas columnas dentro de este subforo. Esto ayudara a nuevos navegadores a fácil encontrar cosas buenas que se crearon en este subforo; y a desminuir el número de columnas fijas.

Si les parece lo que digo, hacedlo así:

Enlaces Internos:

@ columnas de juegos:
- (enlace uno)
- (enlace dos)

@ cursos de español
- (enlace tres)
- (enlace quatro)(si hay muchas dividir en niveles)

@ columnas de práctica
- (enlaces)...

@ columnas de música
- (enlaces)...

etc.

chao.

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Postby neo » 2008-03-15, 21:09

Nuevas tiras de juegos.

Adventrue tiene una idea para una tira de juego esta consiste en que una persona escribe una oración con la última palabra de la oración anterior.

Y la idea mía es que se escriba de una a tres oraciones con cualquier palabra de la oración anterior.

¿ A cuál de estas dos ideas le das tu voto ? o, presenta una nueva idea.

Saludos.

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Postby nettchelobek1 » 2008-03-16, 0:24

Yo digo que el juego de palabras está bien así ahorita, no lo cambiaría.
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Re: Ideas y sugerencias [Ideas and suggestions]

Postby TheKickInside » 2009-02-17, 4:37

Una lección en la jerga de México sería muy útil, ya que yo vivo en una zona con una gran población mexicana y me encantaría saber lo que están diciendo.


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